and here are some impressions of the first day: some pictures.
The 2nd ADSM-Workshop was a great success. 150 participants attended the
ADSM-Workshop. Handouts of the speakers are included in this page.
Following the workshop in March 1994, which focused on ADSM Version 1 and
attracted about 80 participants from German ADSM sites, we plan to organize
a second meeting. In this second workshop we can concentrate on the exchange
of experiences gained with ADSM Version 2 and also on general ADSM issues.
The first day of the workshop is intended for general sessions and reports.
On the second day we expect to run parallel sessions, covering the following
issues (and possibly others):
Requirements for Large Sites in Europe (ALES)
Special needs for PC environments (Novell, etc)
Disaster recovery schemes
Key Note Speakers
Paul Bradshaw, IBM San Jose, ADSM development
Karen Dutch, IBM Hursley Park, ADSM early support program
Achim Zink, IBM Mainz, ADSM development
Michael Lindner, IBM Mainz, ADSM development
Dick Replogle, IBM Tucson
Call for Papers
We already have offers from the following sites/speakers:
K. Dilper, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Dr. H. Richter, Leibniz-Rechenzentrum Munich, Germany
H. Gernert, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
S. Treweek, University of Oxford, UK
R. Bogus, University of Heidelberg, Germany
F. Dequenne, ECMWF, UK
L. Wollschläger, Forschungszentrum Jülich (KFA), Germany
V. Machmeier, Bayerische Vereinsbank Munich, Germany