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-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: NYC local: UNIGROUP 19-MAR-2015 (Thu): Penguin Computing
presents The Open Compute Hardware Platform
Date: 16 Mar 2015 16:42:30 -0400
From: Jeff Jonas
Organization: http://www.unigroup.org
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.hardware

Subject: UNIGROUP 19-MAR-2015 (Thu): Penguin Computing presents The Open
Compute Hardware Platform

Unigroup is this week THURSDAY evening...
Please RSVP if you will be attending...

==================================================================
UNIGROUP OF NEW YORK - UNIX USERS GROUP - MARCH 2015 ANNOUNCEMENTS
==================================================================

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1. UNIGROUP'S MARCH 2015 GENERAL MEETING
-------------------------------------

----------------------------------
Topic: The Open Compute Hardware Platform
----------------------------------

Speaker: Philip Pokorny,
Chief Technology Officer,
Penguin Computing

When: Thursday, March 19th, 2015 (** Regular 3rd Thursday **)

Where: The Cooper Union
School of Engineering
41 Cooper Square (3rd Ave -at- 7th St, bet. 6th & 7th Sts)
East Village, Manhattan
New York City
Meeting Room: 503_CS (** 5th Floor **)

Time: 6:15 PM - 6:30 PM Registration
6:30 PM - 6:45 PM Ask the Wizard, Questions,
Answers and Current Events
6:45 PM - 7:00 PM Unigroup Business and Announcements
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM Main Presentation

Cost: See the Meeting+Membership Fee Schedule Below.

INTRODUCTION:
-------------

Unigroup is pleased to announce our March 2015 meeting, a
rescheduling of our OCP/Open Compute Project meeting, which had
to be postponed due to speaker unavailability last year...

Our speaker Penguin Computing, has planned a special trip to NYC
to present: "The Open Compute Project"
along with the latest advancements in Server Hardware.

The Open Compute Project addresses the design of: Servers, Storage,
Data Center, Racks, Networking, and Hardware Management.
(Unigroup meetings have discussed aspects of the Open Compute
Project a number of times in recent years.)

About The Open Compute Project (from their web page):
The Open Compute Project Foundation is a rapidly growing community
of engineers around the world whose mission is to design and enable
the delivery of the most efficient server, storage and data center
hardware designs for scalable computing.

About our speaker: Penguin Computing provides products
in these areas: Linux Servers+Workstations,
Network Switches+Storage, and GPU+HPC Computing.

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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:
---------------------

Most Unigroup meetings are open to the public!

To REGISTER for this event, please RSVP by using the Unigroup
Registration Page:
http://www.unigroup.org/unigroup-rsvp.html

This will allow us to automate the registration process.
(Registration will also add you to our mailing list.)
Please avoid Emailed RSVPs.

Please continue to check the Unigroup web site and meeting page,
for any last minute updates concerning this meeting. If you
registered for this meeting, please check your Email for any last
minute announcements as the meeting approaches. Also make sure
any anti-spam white-lists are updated to _ALLOW_ Unigroup traffic!
If you block Unigroup Emails, your address will be dropped from
our mailing list.

Also, if you have an interest in Unigroup, be sure to receive
Unigroup information DIRECTLY from Unigroup, via direct receipt
of our Emails and by visiting the Unigroup Web Site. NO OTHER
SOURCE provides timely, accurate and complete Unigroup information.

Please RSVP as soon as possible, preferably at least 2-3 days
prior to the meeting date, so we can plan the food order.
RSVP deadline is usually the night before the meeting day.

Note: RSVP is requested for this location to make sure the guard
will let you into the building. RSVP also helps us to
properly plan the meeting (food, drinks, handouts,
seating, etc.) and speed up your sign-in at the meeting.
If you forget to RSVP prior to the meeting day, you may
still be able to show up and attend our meeting, however,
we cannot guarantee what building security will do if
you are "not on the list" (note: things tend to work out OK).

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MAIN PRESENTATION
-----------------

Topic: The Open Compute Hardware Platform

Introduction & Description of Talk:
-----------------------------------

The Open Compute Hardware Platform, and the latest in server
hardware technology. More... To-Be-Announced.

Presentation Outline:
---------------------

- To-Be-Announced

References & Web Resources:
---------------------------

The Open Compute Project
http://www.opencompute.org

Penguin Computing - Open Technologies:

http://www.penguincomputing.com/solutions/technology/open-technologies/

Penguin Computing - Open Compute Project Technologies:

http://www.penguincomputing.com/products/open-compute-project/tundra-openhpc/

http://www.penguincomputing.com/products/open-compute-project/ocp-design-19-standard-racks/

http://www.penguincomputing.com/products/open-compute-project/ocp-servers-storage-solutions/

http://www.penguincomputing.com/products/open-compute-project/penguin-open-bridge-rack/

http://www.penguincomputing.com/products/open-compute-project/tundra-openhpc/

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Speaker Biography
-----------------

Philip Pokorny / Chief Technology Officer / Penguin Computing


Philip Pokorny is responsible for all aspects of the Penguin Computing
hardware products. After joining the company in February 2001 as an
engineer, he has steadily taken on more responsibilities. He brings a
wealth of both customer and engineering experience to the design,
development and support of Penguin Computing products. Prior to
Penguin Computing, he spent 14 years in various engineering and system
administration roles with Cummins, Inc. and Cummins Electronics. At
Cummins, Pokorny participated in the development of internal network
standards, deployed and managed a multisite network of multiprotocol
routers and supported a diverse mix of office and engineering workers
with a variety of server and desktop operating systems. He has
contributed code to Open Source projects, including the Linux kernel,
lm_sensors and LCDproc. Philip graduated in 1987 from Rose-Hulman
Institute of Technology with BS degrees in Math and Electrical
Engineering, and a second major in Computer Science.

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Company Biography
-----------------

Penguin Computing

For well over a decade Penguin Computing has been the leader in
developing open, Linux-based cloud and HPC solutions. With our
unmatched Linux expertise, Penguin Computing offers a comprehensive
portfolio of products, ranging from Linux servers and workstations
to integrated, turn-key HPC clusters and cluster management software.

Penguin Computing provides customized build-to-order server solutions
for enterprises and institutions with special hardware requirements.
We complement our hardware and software solutions with Penguin
Computing on Demand (POD) a public HPC cloud that provides virtual
supercomputing capabilities on-demand on a pay-as-you-go basis.

Penguin is a one-stop shop for HPC and enterprise customers,
providing solutions for a wide array of computing needs and user
profiles: HPC and Cloud Solutions, High-powered Workstations, Highly
Power-efficient Servers, and Private/Public/Hybrid Cloud Solutions.

Penguin has more than thirteen years of experience developing powerful
and efficient open solutions based on Linux, and has delivered
hundreds of HPC clusters, including for: Top 100 Supercomputers,
academia, government, life sciences, manufacturing, financial
services and web hosting.

Penguin's installed base includes more than 18,000 systems in over
40 countries. Solutions from Penguin Computing meet the needs of
the world's most demanding HPC and enterprise customers, including:
NASA, AOL, Caterpillar, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Life Technologies,
and The US Navy.

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Giveaways:
----------

Addison-Wesley Professional/Prentice Hall PTR, and O'Reilly have
been kind enough to provide us with review copies of some of their
books, which we will continue to raffle off as giveaways at our
meetings. The publishers always ask that the persons receiving
the books provide a review and/or feedback about their books.

Unigroup would like to thank both companies for the support
provided by their User Group programs.

As always, all of the books will be available for review at the
start of the meeting.

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Fee Schedule:
-------------

Unigroup is a Professional Technical Organization and User Group,
and its members pay a yearly membership fee. For Unigroup members,
there is usually no additional charges (ie. no meeting fees) during
their membership year. Non-members who wish to attend Unigroup
meetings are usually required to pay a "Single Meeting Fee".

Yearly Membership (includes all meetings): $ 50.00
Student Yearly Membership (with current! ID): $ 25.00
Non-Member Single Meeting Fee: $ 20.00
Non-Member Student Single Meeting (with! ID): $ 5.00

* Payment Methods: Cash, Check, American Express.
MasterCard, VISA, Discover (since 2013).

! Students: We are looking for proof that you are
currently enrolled in classes (rather than working
full-time), and as such, your Student ID should show
a CURRENT date. We have been presented Student IDs
containing NO dates whatsoever, and in the
current environment, perpetual/non-expiring access
to university facilities just does not feel right.
If your ID contains no date, please bring
additional proof of current enrollment. Thanks,

NOTE: Simply receiving Unigroup Email Announcements does
NOT indicate membership in Unigroup.

Members: Remember to bring your Unigroup membership card with
you to the meeting, to confirm your yearly renewal date!

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Food:
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Complimentary Food and Refreshments will be served.

This normally includes "wraps" such as turkey, roast beef,
chicken, tuna and grilled vegetables as well as assorted salads
(potato, tossed, pasta, etc), cookies, brownies, bottled water
and assorted SOFT beverages.

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Directions:
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The Cooper Union
School of Engineering (*** New Building ***)
41 Cooper Square (3rd Avenue -at- 7th St, between 6th & 7th Streets)
East Village, Manhattan
New York City, 10003
Meeting Room: ** (See Above, Room Changes Month-to-Month)

Located on the East side of Cooper Square. Look for the
new building with the non-traditional appearance.
Entrance is at the corner of 3rd Avenue and 7 Street.

Building lobby sign-in is required at the guard's desk.
Enter the building, check in with the guard at the lobby for
directions to Unigroup (the room varies from month-to-month).

Nearest mass transit stations are:
'6' to Astor Place (stops right at The Cooper Union),
then walk 1 block East and 1 block South.
'R' to 8th Street, then walk about 2 blocks East
then 1 block South.
'4/5/N/Q' to Union Square, then walk South and East.
or transfer to the downtown '6' to Astor Place.
'B/D/F/V' to Broadway-Lafayette, then walk North and East,
or transfer to the uptown '6' to Astor Place.

Free street parking in the area becomes available at 6pm.

There are also parking lots on Broadway, at (or just south of)
Astor Place (8th Street), across from the West side of
Cooper Square, as well as various others in the area.

-----

Please mark this meeting on your calendar and join us!
Please tell your friends about Unigroup!

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2. PRIOR MEETINGS
--------------

** Formal Thank You's to our previous speakers will appear
in an upcoming announcement. Unigroup issues a "Thank You"
to all our speakers and sponsors!

Our thanks goes to The Cooper Union School of Engineering,
and its staff, for hosting our meetings.

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3. LOCAL TRADE SHOWS AND EVENTS
----------------------------

a) DCD - DataCenterDynamics Enterprise NYC 2015
============================================

** Unigroup is pleased to announce that for the third
year in a row, Unigroup was able to offer complimentary
full passes for the DCD Conference and Expo, a $500 value!
Handfuls of Unigroupers took advantage of that offer.
DCD is one of the premier events in NYC which shows off
the latest in Data Center Technology. We thank the DCD
Event Management for granting us the complimentary passes.

Event: DCD Enterprise USA Conference NYC 2015

Date : Tue, Mar 17, 2015
Wed, Mar 18, 2015

Time : Daytime

Where: New York Marriott Marquis Times Square
Midtown, NYC

For information and registration visit:
http://www.dcdconverged.com/conferences/enterprise-usa

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4. UPCOMING MEETINGS
-----------------

We have a series of meetings in the works:
- 2015?? : High Speed Interconnects to 40Gbit+: Infiniband & Ethernet
- 2015?? : What's new in the latest C/C++ Standards
- 2015?? : NFSv4 Internals
- 2015?? : Popular Linux Distribution Round-Up and Comparison
(aka: Are there too many Linux Distributions?)
- Planning: Building a Data Server with Oracle/Sun ZFS
- Planning: Virtualization: KVM, Xen/XenServer, VirtualBox
- Planning: DNS / Dynamic DNS
- Planning: Fibrechannel and Infiniband Storage
- Planning: IPsec and VPNs (possibly 2 meetings)
- Planning: Cloud and Grid Computing
- Planning: Unix/Linux Authentication
- Planning: NO SPAM!
- Planning: Crypto / PKI / GPG-PGP
- Planning: Anti-Virus
- Planning: The latest on *BSD (FreeBSD/NetBSD/OpenBSD)
- Planning: The latest on Solaris
- Unix/Linux/BSD Clusters and Clustered Databases
- Patching and Updating Unix/Linux/BSD (rpm. yum, yast, etc.)
- Building Custom Kernels Unix/Linux/BSD
- Linux Clustering Part 3: Beowulf
- Building a Firewall using FreeBSD and Linux
- LAMP Part 2 - PHP/Python
- Unix 40th+ Birthday Celebration
- Samba
- High Performance Internet Servers / Web Acceleration
- Unix Office Tools: Word Processors, Spreadsheets, Accounting Packages.
- GNU Development Environments
- iSCSI, and other new peripheral technologies
- Java and/or JavaScript Programming
- Web Development Frameworks

** Unigroup Needs Speakers!!
Please let us know about any other meeting topics that you may be
interested in. Potential speakers on Unix/Linux/BSD related
technology topics should please contact the Unigroup Board.

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5. UNIGROUP INFORMATION
--------------------

Unigroup is one of the oldest and largest Unix User's Groups serving
the Greater New York City Regional Area since the early 1980s.
Unigroup is a not-for-profit, vendor-neutral and member funded
volunteer organization. Unigroup holds regular and special event
meetings throughout the year on technical topics relating to Unix
and the Unix/Linux/BSD User Community.

Unigroup holds regular meetings planned for (at a minimum) the Third
THURSDAY of Odd Months. We generally try to hold Field Trip or
Vendor Specific Meetings on the Even Months, although we do have the
ability to hold monthly meetings at our regular meeting location.

Planned regular meeting dates are (usually 3rd Thursdays):
03/19/2015, 05/21/2015, 06/18/2015, 07/15/2015, 09/17/2015, ...
Also watch for Special Event meetings and "Field Trips" to the
facilities of local hardware and software vendors.

=========================================================================
= For Unigroup Information, Events and Meeting Announcements be sure to =
= visit our World Wide Web Home Page: =
= http://www.unigroup.org =
=========================================================================

For further information or to get on the Unigroup Electronic Mail Mailing
List send an EMail message to:
unilist (-a_t-) unigroup.org

To contact the Board of Directors of Unigroup, send an EMail message to:
uniboard (-a_t-) unigroup.org

If you have recently attended a meeting and you are not receiving
Email announcements, please send us an Email and we will make
corrections to our lists.

Please Email the Board with any suggestions, especially potential
meeting topics and speakers. Unigroup welcomes contributions and
content suggestions for our newsletter. Unigroup is a volunteer
organization and we need your assistance! Please let us know if you
can help!

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-Rob Weiner
Unigroup Executive Director
unilist (-a_t-) unigroup.org
http://www.unigroup.org


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