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Project Monterey Developer Events

As a Project Monterey developer you need to be in synch with the movers and shakers in the industry. Don't be left out - the following list of events will tell you where you need to be to see the latest about Project Monterey.

AIX 5L for Itanium - 2 Day Workshop - 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • December 6-7, 2000 SPC - Waltham (register by 11/30/2000)
  • December 13-14 ,2000 SPC - San Mateo (register by 12/8/2000)

Note: IBM and Intel® confidentiality agreements must be signed in order to attend this workshop.

Register now!  Space is strictly limited and will fill up fast!

Description

The introduction of AIX 5L signifies the success of the Project Monterey development initiative that includes IBM, Intel and SCO (Server Software Division - acquisition by Caldera Systems, Inc. pending). The primary goals of Project Monterey have been to enhance AIX with proven technologies and to deliver the industry's best enterprise-class UNIX® for Intel's new 64-bit microprocessor based systems (Itanium).

Linux compatibility and support for both Power and Itanium architectures make AIX 5L unique in the UNIX market. This new generation of AIX incorporates technologies from IBM's DYNIX/ptx, SCO's UnixWare, and Linux; making it the leading open enterprise UNIX for systems using both the new IBM Power4 and Intel Itanium microprocessors.

IBM is working to implement Linux API compatibility within AIX and to deliver a common set of application development tools and utilities across AIX and Linux. Together, these will serve to enhance the application portfolio available to AIX customers as well as provide customers with greater flexibility in how they choose to implement their e-business solutions.

Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) will have the added benefits of reducing development expense while addressing a wider spectrum of customer needs within the large market opportunities of Power and Itanium.

What you will learn

  • You will learn to install and configure AIX 5L for Itanium on Intel's Lion and Bigsur Solution Developer Vehicles (SDVs).
  • You will have the opportunity to surf through the AIX 5L OS in a hands-on workshop tailored for all participating ISVs in the early porting effort.
  • You will also learn IBM Distributed Debugger, Native Software Development Environment, and AIX 5L differences.

Who should attend

  • ISVs interested in porting their applications to AIX 5L for Itanium hardware architecture.

Course highlights

  • Installation of AIX 5L on the Intel SDV
  • Installation Red Hat Linux on the Intel SDV
  • Configuration of AIX 5L
  • Native SDE
  • IBM Distributed Debugger
  • Available tools
  • AIX 5L differences

Prerequisites

  • Attendees should be familiar with UNIX system administration and application development tools.
  • Knowledge of the vi editor is a plus.

 

November 1, 2000 Technical Review Board (TRB)

Welcome
Speaker: Steve Johnson download.pdf

Project Update
Speaker: Charlie Reese download.pdf


AIX 5L for IA-64 (formerly Project Monterey) Status
Speaker: Ron St. Pierre download.pdf

AIX 5L for IA-64: Why this is good business
Speaker: Bill Buros  download.pdf

Intel Update
Speaker: Dale Cosgro download.pdf

Market Opportunities for ISV's on IA-64
Speaker: David Wilson download.pdf

OEM Status
Speaker: Tom Lambert download.pdf

OEM Panel
Speaker: David LaNoue download.pdf
Speaker: Karen Brown download.pdf
Speaker: Kathy Knaack download.pdf
Speaker: Shawn McPherron download.pdf

The Next Step: A Road Map to the Launch
Speaker: Charlie Reese download.pdf

November 2, 2000 TRB

Welcome
Speaker: Steve Johnson download.pdf

Project Monterey Re-Cap
Speaker: Charlie Reese download.pdf

Introducing AIX 5L for Power 
Speaker: Mike Harrell download.pdf

AIX 5L for Power: The Technical Reality 
Speaker: Ahmed Chibib download.pdf

AIX 5L for Power Early Adopter Release Program 
Speaker: Steve Swanson download.pdf

Linux Affinity 
Speaker: Ray Hebert download.pdf

Linux Development Platform 
Speaker: Brian Thomson download.pdf

TRB Summary and Call to Action 
Speaker: Charlie Reese download.pdf

If you have any questions please send them to aix@us.ibm.com.