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SCO Forum98 Conference Schedule


Links are to the individual presentations.

Sunday, August 15

Tutorials

T1: UNIX to Windows File and Print Sharing

T6: OSR5 and UW7 Performance Tuning: Comparison and Contrasting

T2: Implementing Sendmail

T7: Advanced Topics in Vision FS: Cross Subnets and UNIX to Windows Printing

T3: Mainframe Connectivity with Tarantella

T8: Employing Clustering Technology

T4: Implementing Real Networks

T9: How to Build Your Own Cluster

T5: OSR5 and UW7 Basic Kernel Architecture Differences

T10: Implementing Large File Systems and Memory Modules

Monday, August 17

7:30-8:30pm Continental Breakfast in the Quarry Sponsored by Compaq
8:15-10:15am Opening Remarks: Doug Michels, President and CEO, SCO

The Analysts' Vision:
David Coursey, Editor and Publisher, coursey.com
Daniel M. Kusnetzky, Director, Operating Environments and Serverware Programs, International Data Corporation
Paul Lavin, Renowned European Journalist

 

Server Solutions Track

Client Integration Track

Developer Track

UniForum Track

  Classroom Unit 1 Classroom Unit 2 Stevenson Fireside Lounge Stevenson Recreation Room Stevenson 175 Stevenson 150 Kresge Rm 321 Kresge Rm 327
10:30-11:45am S18: Increased Business Opportunity by Offering Oracle8 S1: UNIX Solutions for the 21st Century: SCO Directions and Strategy C3: What Keeps an IS Manager Awake at Night? C9: SCO VisionFS - Server-Based File and Print D5: Using the UnixWare and OpenServer Development Kit D17: Imple- menting Re- tail Solutions with theSCO Network Computing Retail Architecture U1: Business Computing in the 21st Century: Network Computing Vision U18: UNIX 98 Specification
11:45am-1:45pm Lunch with Exhibits Open
1:45-3:00pm S15: UNIX Systems Computer Telephony - Big Ideas for Small Businesses S2: UnixWare 7: The Inside Story C4: Breakthrough Performance with Tarantella C1: Windows to UNIX System Integration for the Cyber Generation D4: Migrating Your Application to UnixWare 7 D8: The SCO Developer Program: Making Developers Successful U3: Network Computing Architectures U4: Network Computing: The Business Case
3:15-4:30pm S17: BaanSeries and Beyond ERP for UnixWare Systems S3: SCO OpenServer Release 5: The Inside Story C5: Tarantella Roadmap and Future Directions C14: Tarantella in the Call Center - Intelligent Phones for Smart Solutions D7: Pthreads D18: How to Develop Highly Available Computer Telephony Systems U2: Building a Successful Global Business With Network Computing U8: Directory Services
4:30-6:30pm Exhibits Open
5:00-7:00pm Vendor Reception Sponsored by Dialogic
7:00-8:00pm Special Concert by Roger McGuinn
8:00-11:00pm Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions

Tuesday, August 18

7:30am Fun Run Sponsored by Chase Research
7:30-8:30am Continental Breakfast in the Quarry Sponsored by Compaq
8:15-10:15am Howard Bubb, President and CEO, Dialogic Corporation

Dave McAughtry, Vice President, Marketing, Network Computer Division, IBM Corporation

Dave Barry, Pulitzer Prize-winning Humor Columnist and Best-Selling Author

 

Server Solutions Track

Client Integration Track

Developer Track

UniForum  Track

  Classroom Unit 1 Classroom Unit 2 Stevenson Fireside Lounge Stevenson Recreation Room Stevenson 175 Stevenson 150 Kresge Rm 321 Kresge Rm 327
10:30-11:45am S19: Total Enterprise Management: Managing SCO Technology to Enable Business S13: Intel Roadmap: Now and into the Future C2: Why the Server-based Application Broker is the Right Network Computing Model for the 21st Century C15: Working Remotely with Tarantella D3: Getting the Most Performance Out of Your SCO Applications D12 WebSpeed: A Tool and Transaction Server For Creating Internet Applications U14: Existing Technical Approaches to Electronic Commerce U11: Database Vendor Support for Network Computing
11:45am-1:45pm Lunch with Exhibits Open
1:45-3:00pm S9: Anatomy of a Secure Transaction S5: Intel Procesor-Based vs. RISC Processor-Based UNIX Database Servers: Total Cost of Ownership and Customer Satisfaction C8: Tarantella - the Product Behind the Vision C12: Mainframe Connectivity with Tarantella
D1: A Guide for Using Debug Effectively D13: UnixWare 7 Driver Overview U15: Convergence: The Impact of Speech Recognition in Telecom and Computing for the Enterprise U13: Packaged Application Support for Network Computing
3:15-4:30pm S21: Host Integration: Extending Your Enterprise to the Intranet, Extranet and Internet S6: Windows NT Attack on the Enterprise C11: Profiles of Tarantella Customers C13: So You Want to Be a Tarantella Reseller D2: Advanced Application Development and Debugging Tools D15: UnixWare Kernel Driver Fundamentals U5: Internet/Intranet/Extranet Solutions U16: IA64 - UNIX System on Intel Platform Strategies
4:30-6:30pm Exhibits Open
6:00-8:00pm SCO BBQ
6:00-11:00pm Dancing to The Kingsmen, The Surfaris, and Jan and Dean: Sponsored by Compaq

Wednesday, August 19

7:30-8:30am Continental Breakfast in the Quarry Sponsored by Compaq
8:15-10:15am Mary T. McDowell, Vice President and General Manager, Industry Standard Server Division, Compaq Computer Corporation

SCO Award Ceremonies

Plus Other Special Surprises

 

Server Solutions Track

Client Integration Track

Developer Track

UniForum

  Classroom Unit 1 Classroom Unit 2 Stevenson Fireside Lounge Stevenson Recreation Room Stevenson 175 Stevenson 150 Kresge Rm 321 Kresge Rm 327
10:30-11:45am S16: Three Retail CIOs Plans for the Future S8: Intranet & Messaging Technologies C6: How to Achieve a Single Point of Control with Tarantella S10: SCO Products, Time and the Year 2000 D9: The Lastest JDK - What's In It, How to Use It D6: Skunkware Tools U6: Distributed Object Architecture U17: Open Source: Ensuring Continued Innovation in UNIX Systems
11:45am-1:45pm Lunch with Exhibits Open
1:45-3:00pm S14: Unified Messaging in the Enterprise - Leveraging Your IT and Communications Investment Architecture S7: SCO and Clustering: An Inside Story C7: Network Terminals and Tarantella S4: Differences between SCO OpenServer Release 5 and UnixWare 7: An Administrators View D10: Developing with the SCO Edition of Sun's Java Workshop and Java Studio D14: SDI Storage Drivers U7: The Drive for Component Software
U9: Security Software: Systems, Network and Web Security
3:15-4:30pm S20: Data Warehousing for Large and Small Enterprises S12: Clustering the NonStop Clusters Way C10: How to Web Deliver Your Applications in Just 30 Minutes S11: Systems Management D11: Server Side Java Application Architecture D16: MDI Network Drivers U10: Building Business Intelligence: Data Mining, Data Mart, Data Warehouse, TP U12: System Management Support for Network Computing
4:30-6:30pm Exhibits Open
6:00-8:00pm "Farewell" Reception Sponsored by Siemens
8:00-11:00pm Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions

Developer Fast Track

Thursday, August 20, 1998

  Classroom Unit 1   Classroom Unit 2
7:00-8:00am Continental Breakfast
8:00-9:00am Keynote 8:00-9:00am Keynote
9:00-10:30am F1: IA-64 Overview 9:00-10:30am All attend Session F1
10:30-10:45am Break 10:30-10:45am Break
10:45am-12:15pm

F3: Server Platform Technologies Overview

10:45am-12:15pm All attend Session F3
12:15-1:30pm Lunch 12:15-1:30pm Lunch
1:30-2:30pm F8: JDK 1.2 - Benefits for Application Programmers 1:00-2:00pm F4: Porting Your 32-bit Code to a 64-bit OS
2:30-3:30pm F7: Java - Advanced Technology Preview 2:00-3:30pm F9: DDI8 Tutorial and Driver Walk-Through
3:30-3:45pm Break 3:30-3:45pm Break
3:45-4:45pm F5: What's 64-bit in UnixWare 7 Systems Now? 3:45-4:45pm F10: DD18 HBA Driver Tutorial
4:45-5:45pm F16: SCO and the Euro 4:45-5:45pm F11: Multi-Path I/O and HW RAID Support
6:00pm - 9:00pm BBQ at the Santa Cruz Boardwalk

Developer Fast Track

Friday, August 21, 1998

  Classroom Unit 1   Classroom Unit 2
7:00-8:00am Continental Breakfast
8:30-10:00am F17: Data Center Technology Preview 8:30-10:00am F15:Porting Applications to IPv6
10:00am-12:00pm F12: IHV DDI8 Development 10:00-11:00am F13: Network File System (NFS) Version 3
    11:00am-12:00pm F14: Producing Cluster Aware Applications
12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch