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= These systems have been fully documented in the Sun System Handbook. Desktops/Workstations Servers Telco Systems Sun-4u Ultra[tm] 1 Model 140 (A11) [08/97] Ultra 1 Model 170 (A11) [07/98] Ultra 1 Model 140E (A12) [08/97] Ultra 1 Model 170E (A12) [07/98] Ultra 1 Model 200E (A12) [07/98] Ultra 2 (A14) [05/00] Ultra 5 (A21) [02/02] Ultra 10 (A22) [08/02] Ultra 30 (A16) [02/99] Ultra 60 (A23) [07/02] Ultra 80 (A27) [07/02] Ultra 450 (A20) [05/99] Sun Blade 100 (A36) [11/02] Sun Blade 1000 (A28) [09/02] Sun-4m SPARCclassic [05/95] SPARCclassic X [05/95] SPARCstation 10 [10/94] SPARCstation 10SX [10/94] SPARCstation[tm] 4 [04/97] SPARCstation 5 [09/98] SPARCstation 20 [06/97] SPARCstation LX [07/94] SPARCstation ZX [07/94] SPARCstation Voyager [12/95] SPARC[tm] Xterminal 1 [05/96] Entry-Level Servers Sun Enterprise 220R (A34) [08/02] Sun Enterprise 420R (A33) [12/02] Sun Enterprise 450 (A25) [08/02]
Adrian Cockcroft (T6, T9) is well known as a Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems and eBay ResearchLabs and is currently Director of Web Engineering at Netflix. Author of four books on performance tuning and capacity planning, he has been inspired by his involvement in the Homebrew Mobile Phone club to invent the term "Millicomputing" and to apply ultra-low-power devices to enterprise computing applications. He has presented the material for these courses countless times over thelast 15 years. T6 contains material drawn from the book Sun Performanceand Tuning (1998) and a further ten years of new topics and updates(e.g., Linux, virtualization).
Phil Cox (M4) is a Principal Consultant of SystemExperts Corporation, aconsulting firm that specializes in system security and management. Heis a well-known authority in the areas of system integration andsecurity. His experience includes Windows, UNIX, and IP-based networksintegration, firewall design and implementation, and ISO 17799 and PCIcompliance. Phil frequently writes and lectures on issues dealing withheterogeneous system integration and compliance with PCI-DSS. He is thelead author of Windows 2000 Security Handbook 2nd edition (OsborneMcGraw-Hill) and contributing author for Windows NT/2000 Network Security(Macmillan Technical Publishing). Philip holds a BSin Computer Science from the College of Charleston.
Lee Damon (T5) has a BS in Speech Communication from Oregon State University. He has been a UNIX system administrator since 1985 and has been active in SAGE and LOPSA since their inceptions. He assisted in developing a mixed AIX/SunOS environment at IBM Watson Research and has developed mixed environments for Gulfstream Aerospace and QUALCOMM. He is currently leading the development effort for the Nikola project at the University of Washington Electrical Engineering department. Among other professional activities, he is a charter member of LOPSA and SAGE and past chair of the SAGE Ethics and Policies working groups, and he was the chair of LISA '04.
Todd DeShane (S4) is a Ph.D. student in engineering science fromClarkson University. He also has a Master of Science in computerscience and a Bachelor of Science in software engineering from Clarkson.While at Clarkson University, he has had a variety of researchpublications, many involving Xen. In 2005 a project that was based onTodd's Masters thesis—an open source collaborative, large databaseexplorer—won first place in the UNISYS TuxMasters Invitational. Todd'sprimary academic and research interests are in the area of operatingsystem technologies, such as virtual machine monitors, highavailability, and file systems. His doctoral dissertation focuses onusing these technologies to provide desktop users with anattack-resistant experience, with automatic and autonomic recovery fromviruses, worms, and adverse system modifications. During his Ph.D. years,Todd has been a teaching assistant and an IBM Ph.D. Fellowshiprecipient. At IBM Todd has worked on internship projects involving Xenand IBM technologies. Todd enjoys teaching, tutoring, and helpingpeople.Todd is a co-author of the book Running Xen: A Hands-onGuide to the Art of Virtualization.
Æleen Frisch (M5, T2) has been working as a system administrator for over 20 years. She currently looks after a pathologically heterogeneous network of UNIX and Windows systems. She is the author of several books, including Essential System Administration (now in its 3rd edition). Æleen was theprogram committee chair for LISA '03 and is a frequent presenter at USENIX and SAGE events, as well as presenting classes for universities and corporations worldwide.
Peter Baer Galvin (S1, T1) is the Chief Technologist for Corporate Technologies, Inc., a systems integrator and VAR, and was the Systems Manager for Brown University's Computer Science Department. He has written articles for Byte and other magazines. He wrote the "Pete's Wicked World" and "Pete's Super Systems" columns in SunWorld. Until its demise, he was contributing editor for Sys Admin, where he wrote the "Solaris Corner" column. Peter is co-author of the Operating Systems Concepts and Applied Operating Systems Concepts textbooks. As a consultant and trainer, Peter has taught tutorials on security and system administration and has given talks at many conferences and institutions on such topics as Web services, performance tuning, security, system administration, and high availability.
Brad Johnson (M4) is vice president of SystemExperts Corporation. He has participated in seminal industry initiatives such as the Open SoftwareFoundation, X/Open, and the IETF, and has been published often, including in theDigital Technical Journal, IEEE Computer Society Press, Information SecurityMagazine, Boston Business Journal, Mass High Tech Journal, ISSA PasswordMagazine, and Wall Street & Technology. Brad is a regular tutorial instructorand conference speaker on topics related to practical network security,penetration analysis, middleware, and distributed systems. Brad holds a BA in computer science from Rutgers University and an MS inapplied management from Lesley University.
James Mauro (M1) is a Senior Staff Engineer in the Performance and Availability Engineering group at Sun Microsystems. Jim's current interests and activities are centered on benchmarking Solaris 10 performance, workload analysis, and tool development. This work includes Sun's new Opteron-based systems and multicore performance on Sun's Chip Multithreading (CMT) Niagara processor. Jim resides in Green Brook, New Jersey, with his wife and two sons. He spent most of his spare time in the past year working on the second edition of Solaris Internals. Jim co-authored the first edition of Solaris Internals with Richard McDougall and has been writing about Solaris in various forums for the past nine years.
Richard McDougall (M1, T4) is a Principal Engineer and the Chief PerformanceArchitect in the Office of the CTO at VMware. A recognized expert inoperating systems, virtualization, performance, resource management, and filesystem technologies, Richard is a frequent speaker and has published severalpapers and books on these topics. Prior to VMware, most recently he was aDistinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems, where he wrote theauthoritative books Solaris Internals and Solaris Performance and Tools.
Golden G. Richard III (T3) is an Associate Professor at the Universityof New Orleans, where he developed the Information Assurance curriculum andcoordinated the effort to have the University of New Orleans certified bythe National Science Foundation as a Center of Academic Excellence. Heteaches courses in digital forensics, computer security, and operatingsystems internals. He is a co-founder of Digital Forensic SolutionsLLC and is the author of the digital forensics tool Scalpel.
Alan Robertson (M2) founded the High-Availability Linux (Linux-HA) project in 1998 and has been project leader for it since then. He worked for SuSE for a year, then in March 2001 joined IBM's Linux Technology Center, where he works on it full time. Before joining SuSE, he was a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at Bell Labs. He worked for Bell Labs for 21 years in a variety of roles. These included providing leading-edge computing support, writing software tools and developing voicemail systems. Alan is a frequent speaker at international open source and Linux conferences.
John Sellens (S5, T8) has been involved in system and network administrationsince 1986 and is the author of several related USENIX papers, anumber of ;login: articles, and the SAGE Short Topics in System Administration booklet #7, System and Network Administration for Higher Reliability. He holds an MMath in computer science from the University of Waterloo and is a Chartered Accountant. He is the proprietor of SYONEX, a systems and networks consultancy, and is currently a member of the systems team at Magna International. From 1999 to 2004, he was the General Manager for Certainty Solutions in Toronto. Prior to joining Certainty, John was the Director of Network Engineering at UUNET Canada and was a staff member in computing and information technology at the University of Waterloo for 11 years. 350c69d7ab