Luminex Sessions at SHARE San Antonio, February-March 2016

Learn from Experts and End Users

Luminex Sessions at SHARE

Visit Luminex early at Booth #415 to register for sessions before they fill up.

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Lunch & Learn Session

Tuesday, March 1
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Room 221C

Big Data Meets Big Value Data

Learn how Big Value mainframe data can be simply and securely integrated into enterprise-wide Big Data analytics, without using expensive mainframe MIPS. Leveraging secure and fast FICON-based data transfer, off-host processing provides tremendous new capabilities including dramatic reductions in cost, improved data manipulation performance and efficient cross-platform data sharing. Real world customer use cases will be discussed.

Vendor Session

Tuesday, March 1
1:45 PM - 2:45 PM
Room 225C

Converged Mainframe Solutions: Consolidating Your Data Across Processes and Platforms

Luminex will present continued innovations and leadership in mainframe disk, tape and cloud storage infrastructures. Evolving from Luminex's enterprise-proven mainframe storage foundations, these exciting new products and solutions provide cost-effective advances in storing, managing, and processing mainframe data for data centers of all sizes.

The discussion will compare and contrast siloed and converged storage environments to provide insight for mainframe data center and storage managers looking to streamline processes, reduce operating expenses and provide additional value to their organizations. Examples will include existing configurations as well as soon-to-be-released solutions from Luminex and its partners.

Data centers facing End of Support for mainframe DASD or tape systems are particularly encouraged to attend.

Conference Session

Wednesday, March 2
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Room 225C

Achieving Continuous Availability with Mainframe Tape

Learn how mainframe enterprises are using Synchronous Tape Matrix to improve the resiliency of their tape operations, from local mirrored data to multi-site, active-active configurations. This discussion will include customer experiences and a deep dive into this unique approach to continuing mainframe tape I/O, even during the unlikely event of multiple infrastructure failures across multiple sites.