Over the past 40 years NonStop has evolved from tight proprietary hardware and software to a more open hardware design with open interfaces to software. Along this journey, hardware and software have together provided the fundamentals provided by a loosely couple operating system execute environment. The fact remains that the NonStop O/S is unique and has differentiation in the market. This session demonstrates a new way of looking at NonStop in the open software development world of IT that embraces, cloud microservices and serverless systems architectures. These IT trends are complementary and can be exploited with newer NonStop design and new hardware deployment philosophies. NonStop is being surreptitiously enabled by some of the new industry trends and hardware designs. We will describe and demonstrate specific examples of this trend which completely frees the user to determine where the next NonStop application can reside and what new ways a NonStop can be leveraged. This is liberating, indeed!
¡Vive en el NonStop liberado!
Keith Moore, Master Technologist
Keith is a Master Technologist at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. Keith currently works in the Americas NonStop Enterprise Solutions Architects Group. He is a veteran member Association of Computing Machinery (ACM), and is ISC2 CISSP Security certified. Keith’s focus is on real-time, “always-on” architectures, security and software design for enterprise usage. Most recently, Keith has been involved with application modernization efforts, enterprise cloud deployments, and real-time event-driven designs. He is currently involved with HP Labs and product development in innovative solutions for Blockchain and Internet of Things. He is an annual featured speaker at HPE’s Technology Forum and local User Group meetings. Keith also spends spare time working as a volunteer with universities and other groups sharing computer design and computer history (http://bit.ly/2qcChBZ), and espousing the joys of mechanical music machines, cold-cathode tubes, and silent-era films.
Keith joined HP in 1987 and has been in the IT industry for over 40 years.