[opensource] Meeting Announcement: 4/17/07 - Virtual Operating Systems with Solaris Containers/Zones

Alexander J. Lingo lingo.13 at osu.edu
Mon Apr 16 08:09:20 EDT 2007


Date: 4/17/2007
Time: 7:00PM
Room: 480 Dreese Labs

Topic: Virtual Operating Systems with Solaris Containers/Zones
Presenter: Aaron Greenberg

In the first of his heliocentric* presentations, Aaron will discuss Solaris
zones and how to set them up. Solaris Zones are virtualized containers,
similar to BSD Jails, which allow several virtual machines to run on a
single physical machine. He will then, in a virtualized environment, show
you three zones that he has set up and show you how they work.


* Sorry, I couldn't resist. Aaron will be giving several presentations on
Sun Microsystems related Open Source technologies this quarter. Feel free to
ask tough questions of Aaron regarding the technologies he is presenting,
but please be courteous to him and do not hassle him regarding his
associations with Sun. Be courteous and respectful.

Club meetings are always open to the general public including nonmembers and
nonstudents.  Meetings are casual and usually last about one and a half
hours.  You are welcome to attend as your schedule permits - please be
courteous when coming late or leaving early.

For more information, please visit: http://opensource.cse.ohio-state.edu
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