Tux on VM

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Sunday, July 06, 2008







Linux for Big Iron

Romney White

Romney White

Romney White has worked with VM since VM/370 was released to customers in 1972. Beginning at the University of Waterloo in Canada, he built a world-wide reputation as a VM expert. He created the University of Waterloo VM Software distribution library and founded the popular VM Workshop.

From 1981 to 1997, Romney was engaged in private enterprise, founding four VM-based software companies. In 1997, he joined IBM's VM Development organization in Endicott, NY, where he is currently employed. When Linux for S/390 first emerged within IBM, Romney and some of his VM colleagues were instrumental in bringing to the fore the potential contribution of VM to a Linux environment. Today, he continues his career-long efforts to identify and develop innovative solutions to problems in the VM environment.

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