In this podcast, we'll take a look at the people, technology, and culture behind one of the world's most powerful and important computing platforms, the Mainframe. Expect interviews, discussions, and interesting tidbits along the way, with your hosts, Frank and Jeff.
Whether you call it memory or storage, Pat Meaney is exactly the kind of guy you want in charge of it. This is the first in a series of deep-dive heavy hitter episodes about core mainframe and z/OS technologies.
1:53 A warm welcome to the show
2:25 How'd You Get Started?
3:51 It Gon RAIM
6:52 College kids with golf carts
8:33 Smart Buffer and HalfHorse Technology
10:36 Books & Drawers
10:36 Driving more chips without drawing more power. How do?
12:19 Unplanned Outages and Epidurals
14:49 DDR Revolution
16:14 Comparing RAIM to RAID
17:06 CSI: Mainframe Memory Division
19:44 Just because you CAN do hot swaps...
23:33 Getting Cosmic
25:56 Gathering Call-Home Data
28:16 Variable... bandwidth?
29:39 On Golden Copy
30:32 Optimized for Mixed Workloads
31:03 If This Then That... on chip
33:49 The Bag Test
34:30 Maximizing Cooling in an ever-shrinking area
36:48 How NOT to leave your mark on mainframe design
37:24 Finding performance gains in everything
40:01 The Next Steps in Memory
41:39 Future Memories... this weekend at the Hayden Planetarium.
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