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Novell Open Audio features interviews with the people at Novell who are driving the technical direction of Novell, covering open source software, Linux, security and identity, and many other topics of interest.

Dynamic Storage Technology; BrainShare’s Installation and Migration Depot

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March 8th, 2007

Note: Our next edition of Novell Open Audio will be recorded at BrainShare in two weeks. We hope to see you there!

Overview
Repeat offender Jason Williams is back yet again. This time he brings in Novell Distinguished Engineer Dana Henriksen, the man behind Dynamic Storage Technology (formerly “Shadow Volumes”). We also interview Dean Ricker, the primary person from Novell IS&T responsible for the technical implementation for the BrainShare Installation and Migration Depot. Also, Erin and Ted talk a lot about BrainShare.
Time: 48:32
MP3 Size:
33.2 MB

Segment Times

  1. Dynamic Storage Technology: 8:51 – 30:52
  2. BrainShare’s Installation/Migration Depot: 32:37 – 42:44
  3. Extended BrainShare Babble from Erin and Ted: 42:51 – 47:28

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Using Open Source at Novell, Daylight Saving Time

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February 8th, 2007

Overview
Ted and Erin interview the guys in Novell IS&T to find out how and why they use open source software for running Novell’s business. Then comes News from Support, where we delve into what the upcoming change in Daylight Saving Time may mean to your organization.
Time: 30:38
Size:
21.0 MB

Segment Times

  1. Using Open Source at Novell: 3:12-16:13
  2. News from Support: 17:23-29:34

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Insight: Tools of the Back Line Support Gurus (Winter Shutdown Special Episode)

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January 25th, 2007

Overview
So, how do Randy Goddard and Dave Mair actually help customers troubleshoot ailing servers? The gents from News from Support tell about the tools and techniques that they use to keep customers going.
Time: 11:05
Size:
34.4 MB

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The Linux Foundation with Jim Zemlin

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January 22nd, 2007

A merger between the Open Source Development Lab and the Free Standards Group yields a new organization to advance open source software and Linux: The Linux Foundation. Executive Director for the Linux Foundation Jim Zemlin reveals how the new organization plans to carry forward the missions and goals of its two predecessor organizations. Then we briefly talk with Novell’s Markus Rex about what this merger might mean to Novell and SUSE Linux.
Time: 35:55
Size:
24.6 MB

Segment Times

  1. Interview with Jim Zemlin: 1:10-24:10
  2. Interview with Markus Rex (Novell): 25:10-34:20

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Open Enterprise Server: Listener Questions about Linux

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November 30th, 2006

Overview
Once again we bring Jason Williams back into the studio, this time to menace him with questions from our listener community. We delve into the differences between SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) and Open Enterprise Server (OES). We also consider the advantages of using the SLES-based version of OES compared to the NetWare-based version. And of course, Dave and Randy are back with “News from Support.”
Time: 57:48
Size:
39.7 MB

Segment Times

  1. Open Enterprise Server: 2:20-33:35
  2. News from Support: 34:26-56:30

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The Open Enterprise Server 2 Preview Extravaganza Edition

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November 20th, 2006

Overview
Product manager Jason Williams comes to the Novell Open Audio studio and talks Caitlin and Ted’s ears off about the next version of Open Enterprise Server. In fact, he talks so much that we can barely fit the intro and outro.

Time: 48:22
Size: 33.3 MB

Segment Times

  1. OES start: 2:12-27:44
  2. Shadow Volumes overview: 27:44-42:50

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Novell Client for Linux and News from Support

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April 17th, 2006

Tens of thousands of organizations worldwide use either NetWare or Open Enterprise Server. Many of these organizations have told Novell that in order to start using Linux as a desktop OS, they must have a way for desktop Linux systems to simply and easily connect to their Novell infrastructure. Jason Williams tell us how Novell is bringing this to life. (The Developers went AWOL. Actually, AWL.)

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