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.
When things go bump in the night, companies generally like to know that it won't dramatically impact their workloads. In this episode, Steven Cook tells us all about GDPS, the little slice of magic that lets mainframers spread their Parallel Sysplex out across multiple physical locations.
1:48 Who are you, and what is GDPS?
5:18 Emergency vs Planned migrations
7:06 Distance and Missing Ones and Zeroes
9:43 Does Linux get to play?
10:41 ... this guy named Linus Torvalds...
13:35 IO's and Boy Bands
14:45 Talk PPRC to me
19:04 The best of a potentially bad situation
21:18 Mainframe vs Distributed IO
23:01 ... another dead body
23:33 Massive Abstraction... possibly the name of my next band
26:56 Closing out the week...
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