The team that wrote this redbook

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This redbook was produced by a team of specialists from around the world working at the International Technical Support Organization, Austin Center.

Dino Quintero is a Senior IT Specialist at ITSO in Poughkeepsie, New York. Before joining ITSO, he worked as a Performance Analyst for the Enterprise Systems Group, and as a Disaster Recovery Architect for IBM Global Services. His areas of expertise include disaster recovery and pSeries clustering solutions. He is certified on pSeries system administration and pSeries clustering technologies. He is also an IBM Certified Professional on pSeries technologies. Currently, he leads technical teams in delivering redbook solutions on pSeries clustering technologies, and delivers technical workshops worldwide.

Prabhakar Attaluri is an AIX Team lead and Senior Systems Integration Professional at IBM Global Services, eBusiness Hosting in Schaumburg, IL. He holds a Masters degree in Engineering from Utah State University at Logan, UT. He is an IBM Certified Advanced Technical Expert and Sun Certified Systems Administrator. He has over eight years of experience with the UNIX operating system and its management, and his expertise includes UNIX administration, high availability clustering, virtual load balancing, and the design and setup of complex enterprise e-business solutions.

Tomas Baublys works for IBM pSeries technical sales support in Germany. He has over five years of experience in Linux, Netware and AIX support and consulting. He holds a Masters degree in Philosophy from Friedrich-Wilhelms-University in Bonn. He is a Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) and IBM Certified Specialist in 690 technical support and pseries AIX system administration.

Xinghong He is an Advisory Engineer/Scientist at the pSeries and HPC Benchmark Center in Poughkeepsie, New York. He has 10 years of experience in parallel and high performance computing. He holds a PhD degree in Theoretical and Computational Physics from Queen's University of Belfast. His areas of expertise include application porting and performance tuning for AIX and Linux. He has written extensively on performance comparison and analysis.

Chin Yau Lee works as an Advisory IT Specialist in the pSeries Field Technical Sales Team at the IBM Systems Group of IBM Singapore. He holds a Honours Degree in Computing and Information System from the University of Staffordshire. He has been using Linux since 1997, and is an IBM Certified Advance Technical Expert, Sun Certified Network Administrator, and Red Hat Certified Engineer. His areas of expertise include Linux/UNIX system administration, high availability, and Internet-based solutions, in which he has done extensive work for the last four years.

Francois Thomas works as an HPC Pre-sales Specialist in the EMEA Deep Computing organization in France. He has 14 years of experience in the field of scientific and technical computing. He holds a PhD in Physics from ENSAM/ Paris VI University. His areas of expertise include application code tuning and parallelization , as well as AIX/Linux clusters management. He has written extensively on the use of distributed memory methods for solving non-linear structural analysis problems.

Team members (left to right): Francois Thomas, Xinghong He, Prabhakar Attaluri, Dino Quintero (project leader), Tomas Baublys, Chin Yau Lee


Thanks to the following people for their contributions to this project:

Octavian  Lascu
International  Technical  Support  Organization,  Austin  Center

Keshav  Ranganathan,  Satish  Dodda,  Scott  Sakolish,  Chris  Derobertis,  Joan
McComb,  Janet  Elsworth,  Greg  Rodgers,  Joyce  Mak,  Ananthanaraya
Sugavanam  (Suga)
IBM  Poughkeepsie

James  Holdren
IBM  Raleigh

Michael  Perzl,  Thilo  Mende
IBM  Germany

David  Engebretsen,  David  C.  Boutcher
IBM  Rochester

Dave  Randall,  Michael  T.  Strosaker,  Jeffery  J.  Scheel,  Yuri  L.  Volobuev,  Bala
Ekambaram,  Ken  King,  Chuck  Bryan
IBM  Austin

Goetz  Rieger,  Stephan  Duehr,  Olaf  Hering
SuSE  Germany

Daniel  Riek
Red  Hat  Germany

Konstantin  Starodubtsev
Saint-Petersburg  State  University

Thanks also to the Open Source software developers and community who made GNU/Linux possible.

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Quintero - Deploying Linux on IBM E-Server Pseries Clusters
Quintero - Deploying Linux on IBM E-Server Pseries Clusters
Year: 2003
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