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  • The next Maintenance pack (MP4) for OpenServer 5.0.7 is MP4 and planned for October. Main features are support for Hyperthreading and Dual CORE CPU support. We had hyperthreading support in Update Pack 3, but the Update packs were only available if you bought an Update Service license. Now it is all included in the Free of Charge Maintenance Pack.
  • CUPS – Common UNIX print System
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    • 1. SCO® OpenServer™ Release 6.0 Introduction SCO® OpenServer™ Release 5.0.7 Status
    • 2. Agenda
      • Introducing OpenServer 6
        • Built for Productivity
        • Built for Security & Stability
        • Built for Agility
        • Built to Protect Your Investment
      • OpenServer 6 Editions
      • SCO UNIX Roadmap
      • SCO Open Server 6 recent announcements
      • OpenServer 5.0.7 Status Update
    • 3. SCO® OpenServer™ Release 6.0 Overview
    • 4. SCO OpenServer - History and Future 1995 – OpenServer 5.0.0 „Everest“ (5.0.2, 5.0.4, 5.0.5, 5.0.6, 5.0.7) Legendary Reliability
      • 2005 – OpenServer 6 („Legend“)
      • „ The most reliable OS just got more powerful“
        • more application support,
        • more hardware support,
        • better performance and investment protection !
    • 5. SCO OpenServer – A Legend
      • SCO® OpenServer™ Release 6.0
      • A decade of customer feedback
      • 2 years in the making
      • 50,000 product-engineering hours to create
      • 6 months in testing
      • many beta testers worldwide
      • Developed with one purpose:
      • Create a powerful operating environment for small- to medium-sized businesses that would be a worthy successor to our rock-solid operating system that was tough enough to be called "OpenServer".
    • 6. SCO OpenServer 6 – Milestones
      • continues to focus on Reliability and Stability .
      • provides great improvements:
        • multithreaded application support (support for more modern applications)
        • large file support (up to 1 terabyte)
        • a modern look and feel (optional KDE3 window manager)
      • has the SVR5 kernel technology included:
        • Multi-processor support increased from 4 to 32 processors (near linear scalibility)
        • Increased memory support — up to 64 GB
        • Extending the power of UNIX SVR5 into OpenServer 6 (e.g. Veritas Filesystem, …)
        • “ Single certification” for OpenServer and UnixWare (UnixWare apps run on OSR6)
        • Dramatic performance improvement (e.g. new TCP/IP stack, new Xorg Xserver, ...)
    • 7.
      • Built for Productivity
    • 8. Key Kernel Features
      • Multi-Threaded Fine Grain Locking SVR5 Kernel
      • Large File Support
        • Now up to 1 TB - Increased from 2GB
        • Freedom to grow your data bases
      • Increased CPU Support
        • Virtually linear scaling to 16 - Supports up to 32
      • Memory Support up to 64GB
        • 16GB General Purpose - 64GB Shared
      • Improved Support for Async I/0
        • Continue to process - I/O in background
      • SUPPORT FOR MODERN APPLICATIONS
    • 9. Built for Productivity - New Kernel
      • OpenServer 5
      • Based on System V Release 3.2 source of UNIX
      • OpenServer 6
      • Based on System V Release 5 source of UNIX
    • 10. Built for Productivity – more applications Modern Applications Multi-Threaded Kernel Fine Grain Locking Large File Support Scalable up to 32 CPU Memory Support up to 64GB Async I/0
    • 11. application compatibility
      • Supports UnixWare® 7.1.4 Applications
        • With the SVR5 kernel technology embedded in OpenServer 6, UnixWare applications are fully supported .
      • Supports OpenServer® 5 Applications
        • OpenServer 5 customers can use their binary applications on OpenServer 6
      • Supports Xenix Applications
        • Even the very old Xenix applications will run on OpenServer 6
      • Java 1.4.2
        • SCO OpenServer 6 supports the Java 2 platform, Standard Edition for running Java code.
      • Several OpenSource libraries are ported to OpenServer 6
        • Easier to port software to the Openserver platform (KDE, OpenOffice, ...)
    • 12. new application features
      • Apache Version 1.3
        • OpenServer 6 includes the popular open source Apache Web server.
      • Mozilla 1.7 and Java Plug-ins
        • Release 6 now includes the 1.7 release of the popular Mozilla internet browser.
      • Tomcat
        • Tomcat enables OpenServer 6 to run and display Java applets. Tomcat is an open source implementation of Java Server Pages and Java Servlets. JSP and Java Servlets are the Web presentation layer in Java 2.
      • SCO File and Print Server with Samba 3.0.13
        • Samba provides file and print interoperability services between UNIX and Windows clients .
    • 13. new application features
      • MySQL Database
        • UNIX customers are ever increasingly looking for database alternatives. MySQL 4.1, a good and cost-effective alternative to other popular databases is included with OpenServer 6.
      • PostgreSQL Database
        • PostgreSQL (7.4) is also included for customers looking for alternative database solutions with SCO UNIX. Version 8 is available for download.
      • Supports Virtualization Languages – PHP and Perl
        • OpenServer 6 includes popular development tools for rapid application development.
    • 14. Application support - what’s planned next
        • Merge 5 Pro with Windows2000 and Windows XP Support (scheduled for end of 2005), see Virtualization
        • postgreSQL updates and EnterpriseDB
        • Java 5.0
        • gcc 4.0.2+ – GNU compiler Tools
        • OpenServer 6 Mass Installation Toolkit (MIT)
        • Online Data Manager (ODM – Software RAID and Volumes)
        • Improved scoadmin managers (DNS, System tuner, …)
        • Apache 2 /PHP5
        • JBOSS Application Server (MP2 candidate)
        • OpenOffice 1.1.4/1.1.5 (2.x planned) – end of 2005
        • Mono – OpenSource .NET implementation (2006)
    • 15. Built for Productivity – better performance
      • Benchmarks real-life business server scenario of input, display, networking, disk I/O, etc.
      • Up-to 300% improvement for OpenServer 6
    • 16. Built for Productivity – better performance
      • Benchmarks file & printer server performance
      • Up-to 400% improvement for OpenServer 6
    • 17. Built for Productivity – Hardware Advances OpenServer 6 Supports New & Diverse Hardware Technology Dual-Core Serial Protocols Wireless Networking Storage Area Networks (SANs) Software RAID Voice Processing Other
    • 18. new hardware features
      • Hot-Plug Memory Support
        • With OpenServer 6 additional memory can be added to the system without a system reboot.
      • Fiber Channel-based SAN Support
        • OpenServer 6 now comes with Fiber Channel-based SAN support for HP MSA 1000 systems. SCO supports QLogic Fiber Channel 22xx/23xx controllers.
      • Hardware RAID Support
        • SCO OpenServer 6 supports the following RAID systems: Adaptec hardware RAID controllers, HP/Compaq RAID controllers, Intel integrated RAID, LSI MegaRAID, and LSI Fusion-MPT RAID.
      • USB Printer Support
        • SCO OpenServer 6 supports USB printers.
    • 19. new hardware features
      • DVD Backup Support
        • With OpenServer 6, businesses can utilize DVD backup systems, enabling faster and more cost effective backup of valuable data.
      • Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) for HP Proliant Products
        • SAS is the next generation of SCSI and provides support for both SAS and SATA hardware and will replace slower parallel technologies. It will also control both Serial ATA and Serial Attached SCSI hard drives.
      • Native SATA
        • OSR6 features full support for Intel’s open Advanced Host Controller Interface (AHCI) specification
        • ahci driver supports Intel ICH6M, ICH6R, ICH7M and ICH7R
        • mega driver supports MegaRAID SATA 150-4, SATA 150-6, SATA 300-4x and SATA 300-8x
        • iir driver for Intel SRCS14L Four Port S-ATA RAID
        • aacraid for AAR-21610SA SATA RAID , AAR-2410SA SATA RAID, AAR-2810SA SATA RAID
      • NIC Failover
        • Two network cards (same type) can be configured (backup device). The backup card takes over if the active card fails
    • 20. new hardware features
      • Centrino™ Wireless Technology
        • Centrino is an Intel wireless technology standard supported by SCO. With this new technology included in OpenServer 6, laptops now have fully integrated wireless LAN capability without the need of a wireless plug-in card for excellent mobile performance.
      • PRISM Technology
        • Support for wireless network for PRISM chipset based controllers
      • MPIO – Multipath I/O
        • connects the disksystem with two host bus adapters for loadbalancing and failover support
      • Graphical environment based on new Xorg Xserver
        • Much more video cards are supported with native, highperformance drivers
    • 21.
      • Built for Security & Stability
    • 22. Built for Security – Features Architectural Superiority for Security
      • Security Audit
        • Performed 7500+ tests for known exploits
        • Product shipping free of any known exploits
      • Kernel Privileges
      • Auditing of Events
      • Encrypted File System and Archives
      • IPsec
      • OpenSSH and OpenSSL
      • IPfilter based Firewall with NAT Functionality
    • 23. Built for Stability – Features Application Availability & Reliability 20,000 Hours MTBSS Dynamic Loadable Drivers Hot Plug CPU, Memory and Device Support
    • 24.
      • Built for Agility
    • 25. Built for Agility – Key Features OpenServer 6 Supports Mobility
      • Provisioning of Mobile Applications
      • Wireless Technology
        • Intel Centrino™ Wireless Technology
        • PRISM Wireless Technology
      • Apache, Tomcat and JBoss Support
      • Web Services toolkit for Java/C/C++/PHP/Perl
      • Web Services Substrate built for SOA Architecture
      • TCP Checksum offloading Support
    • 26. Built for Agility – A New Look
    • 27. Built for Agility – Connectivity Solutions
      • PowerTerm WebConnect
        • Provides centrally managed secure connectivity for Windows, UNIX, and Legacy Servers
      • PowerTerm Host Publisher
        • Extends the reach of legacy applications
      • SCOx Web Service Substrate Services
        • Use the latest Web Services technology on SCO servers to access applications and databases
    • 28.
      • Built to Protect Your Investment
    • 29. Built to Protect Your Investment – Features OpenServer 6 Lowers TCO Single Certification for Applications and Drivers Backward Compatibility, Including Xenix Application Support Wide Hardware Support Supports Thousands of Applications
    • 30. SCO OpenServer 6 – investment protection
      • Single Certification for Applications and Drivers
        • With OpenServer 6 an ISV can develop to either UnixWare 7.1.4 or OpenServer 6 and certify on both. With the kernel now the same, applications and drivers can run seamlessly on both platforms.
      • Wide Hardware Support
        • OpenServer 6 includes support for USB, AC97, SATA, SAS, IDE RAID, FC SAN, PCIX and others.
      • Supports Thousands of Applications
        • SCO OpenServer 6 will run thousands of applications written for SCO UNIX.
      • Full Backward Compatibility
        • Small businesses have invested considerable money in hardware. With OpenServer 6, SCO supports applications all the way back to XENIX 286 applications!
    • 31. SCO® OpenServer™ Release 6.0 Editions
    • 32. SCO OpenServer 6 - Deliveries
      • OpenServer 6 Media Kits:
        • Available in standard and compact versions, the media kit provides all the software necessary to install any component of the OpenServer 6, including evaluation and demonstration versions of the products.
      • OpenServer 6 Edition License Packs:
        • Two system configurations, the Enterprise and Starter Editions , allowing customers to choose the most cost effective solution to their computing needs.
      • OpenServer 6 User, CPU and New Maximum (non-cumulative) Memory Band Licenses:
        • Additional User Licenses are available in groups of 5, 10, 25, 100, or 500 users for the Enterprise Edition plus a special 5-user license for the Starter Edition; Additional Processor Licenses to incrementally add CPUs to a system; New Maximum Memory Band Licenses that license 4GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB of memory in a single system.
    • 33. SCO OpenServer 6 - Licensing
      • Two OpenServer 6 Editions
        • Starter -- replaces Desktop and Host
          • 2-Users
          • Expandable Users, Memory and CPUs
        • Enterprise – new enhanced defaults – same price
      • OpenServer 6 Upgrades from OSR506 and OSR507
        • Release specific with different pricing
        • Prior Host and Desktop  Starter
        • Prior Enterprise  Enterprise
        • Upgrades get full benefit of new defaults
        • Cross upgrade from OSR507/506 Host to Enterprise available as well
      • Trade-Ins for OSR5.0.5 to 5.0.0
    • 34. New OpenServer 6 Starter Edition
      • Starter Edition
        • Suitable for small business customers or as a file and print (Samba 3.0.13) or Web server (Apache, Tomcat, …) or edge of network server in large accounts.
        • Full featured OS – includes networking
        • Default configuration - 2 users, 1Gb and 1 CPU.
        • Special additional user licenses required for this new edition. Expandable memory and CPU licenses
        • Upgradeable to Enterprise – protects investment
    • 35. New OpenServer 6 Edition Defaults Changes indicated in Red Upgrades get full benefit of the new defaults None Special User Bumps 5-Users Restrictions 4GB 1GB Memory 4 1 CPUs 10 2 Users Enterprise Starter
    • 36. OpenServer 5.0.7 – continued support and sales
      • We will continue to sell OpenServer 5.0.7 – no need to upgrade NOW – upgrade if you are ready or need OpenServer 6 features
      • We will continue to sell OpenServer 5.0.6 for a limited period of time only (31.12.2005)
      • After Openserver 5.0.7 will be made obsolete, we will continue to support 5.0.7 for another 12 months (as always)
    • 37.
      • SCO UNIX Strategy & Roadmap
    • 38. OpenServer Road Map Q1 ‘05 Q2 ‘05 Q3 ‘05 Calendar Quarters 2H 2006 OpenServer 6 OpenServer 5.0.6 OpenServer 5.0.7 OSR5.0.6 Retirement 1 October Contracted Maint Only 64-Bit ADD-ON OSR6 FCS English OSR5.0.7 MP5 OSR5.0.7 MP6 OpenServer Fusion Release OSR5.0.7 MP4 OSR6 MP1/Supl Q4 ‘05 1H 2006 OSR5.0.6 Standard Support via SLSs OSR6 BETA OSR5.0.7 UP3/MP3 Jul ‘04 Extended Life Support Under consideration OSR6 MP2/Supl OSR6 MP3/Supl OSR6 French German
    • 39. SCO Project Fusion
      • “ Fusion” is the code name of the next platform release from SCO. Fusion brings forth the:
        • Fusion of UnixWare and OpenServer products into one single product offering
        • Fusion of mobile networks and the internet
      • The two key elements of “Fusion” are:
        • Fusion will be based on the new 64bit SVR6 kernel and Virtualization technology being developed at SCO
        • Fusion incorporates the new mobile server technology being developed at SCO
    • 40. Virtualization Features
      • Virtual Machine Definition & Benefits
        • Server consolidation
        • Application availability
      • Virtualization market growing at 25% per year
      • OpenServer 6 includes virtualization capabilities
        • Applications written for Windows can run on OpenServer (MergePro)
        • Leverage Hardware accelerators like Intel Vanderpool and AMD Pacifica technologies in the future
      • Supports Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP
        • Capable of running multiple instances of each
        • Cut & Paste from Windows to UNIX
      • SCO to make future advances in Para-Virtualization
    • 41. Directions for SCO UNIX SHIPPED June 2005 SHIPPED May 2004 SCO UnixWare Release 7 SCO OpenServer Release 5 Unique Kernel Space SCO OpenServer SCO UnixWare SVR6 32/64-bit “ FUSION” SCO UnixWare 7.1.4 SVR5 Kernel SCO OpenServer 6
    • 42.
      • Recent Open Server 6 announcements
    • 43. Updates available for OpenServer 6
      • Support Download on SCO Website
      • Maintenance Pack 1 for OpenServer 6
      • OSS702a, the pkgadd supplement
      • Mozilla Version 1.7.12
      • IDE HBA Driver 7.1.4b
      • AHCI HBA Driver Release 1.1
      • MP2 due to December 2005
    • 44. Software available for OpenServer 6
      • Progress OpenEdge 10 for OpenServer 6
      • MySQL 5 announced for OpenServer 6
      • CA - Ingres r3 for  SCO OpenServer 6
      • UNIFY Accell/SQL release 9
    • 45. Software available for OpenServer 6
      • Microlite BackupEdge for SCO OpenServer 6
      • Acucorp - AcuServer 6.2.0.1 for SCO OpenServer 6
      • Microfocus - Server Express Enterprise Server 4.0 for SCO OpenServer 6
      • Willow Technology, Inc. - WebSphere MQ v5.3 for SCO OpenServer 6
    • 46. SCO & MySQL
      • MySQL officially supports Open Server 6
      • SCO to distribute and sell MySQL Network and MySQL licenses
      • SCO to provide complete support for the operating system and the database
      • SCO & MySQL marketing the solution to customers that need ANSI standard SQL databases
    • 47. SCO® OpenServer™ Release 6.0 Sample configurations – also see the Online SalesGuide
    • 48. SCO OpenServer 6 vs. 5.0.7 – Editions
      • OpenServer 5.0.7
      • Desktop ( 1 User, 1CPU ) no expansion
      • Host ( 5 User,1CPU, no networking)
      • Enterprise ( 5 User, 1CPU )
      • OpenServer 6
      • STARTER ( 2 User, 1 CPU)
      • Expandable with Special User Bumps, Memory and CPUs
      • Enterprise ( 10 User, 4 CPU)
      • OpenServer 5.0.7 path to OpenServer 6
      • Desktop upgrade to OpenServer 6 STARTER Edition
      • Host upgrade to OpenServer 6 STARTER Edition OR
      • Host Cross Upgrade to OpenServer 6 Enterprise Edition
      • Enterprise to OpenServer 6 Enterprise Edition
    • 49. Sample configurations – new Starter Edition
      • Goal:
      • Customer wants to setup a new File and Printserver in his
      • environment
      • SCO Product:
      • Openserver 6 Starter Edition with Samba 3.0.13 incl.
      • SCO modelnumber:
      • LA250-UX00W-6.0
      • Benefit:
      • latest Samba version for reliable file and print sharing supplied and supported
      • from SCO on the reliable Openserver OS.
    • 50. Sample configurations – Upgrade Enterprise
      • Goal:
      • Hardware upgrade from single CPU System with OpenServer 5.0.7 to
      • a new 4 way system.
      • SCO product:
      • Upgrade 5.0.7 Enterprise to OpenServer 6 Enterprise
      • SCO modelnumber:
      • LX260-2600W-6.0
      • Benefit:
      • no need to buy additional CPU licenses – get support for 5 more users and
      • all 4 CPUs with a single upgrade license
    • 51. Sample configurations – TradeIn OS + user
      • Goal:
      • Customer wants to get better performance and support for either
      • mysql or postgreSQL for his application server running 5.0.5
      • Enterprise with 25 users.
      • SCO product:
      • TradeIn 5.0.5 Enterprise to OpenServer 6 Enterprise and TradeIn for his 2
      • times 10 additional user licenses
      • SCO modelnumbers:
      • LX260-UX00W-6.0 and 2 x LX213-0010W-6.0
      • Benefit:
      • results in 30 users instead of 25 and supports up to 4 processors instead of
      • a single processor!
    • 52. Sample configurations – Update Service license
      • Goal:
      • Customer had purchased OpenServer 5.0.7 together with the Update Service
      • license. How to upgrade to the new Release ?
      • SCO Product:
      • OpenServer 6 Media Kit
      • SCO modelnumber:
      • CA200-UX04-6.0
      • Benefit:
      • The Update Service included the right to use the next version of the Operating
      • system ! All you need to buy is a new Mediakit. During installation of OpenServer
      • 6 you enter your Update Service license and then your old OpenServer 5.0.7
      • license and then just continue the installation.
    • 53. SCO® OpenServer™ Release 6.0 Product Launch material
    • 54. Marketing material
      • available marketing material includes:
      • Product brochure,
      • single certification datasheet,
      • Upgrade guide, Porting Guide
      • Whitepaper,
      • Quick Fact Sheet
      • Sales Guide
      • Available Online at www.sco.de and on SCO Partner CD
    • 55. Marketing material - samples Product Brochure Education Brochure Quick Facts Sheet 5.0.7 to 6 Comparison
    • 56. SCO OpenServer 6 some configuration notes
    • 57. SCO OpenServer 6 - MySQL
      • included in OpenServer 6 , version: 4.1.10 community version, SCO supported
      • Directory: /usr/mysql
      • Initial setup with “mkdev mysql”
      • Configure with phpMyAdmin ( http://localhost/phpMyAdmin ) or mysql / mysqladmin comand
      • Note: phpMyAdmin is now available as part of the OpenServer 6 Skunkware Project but will be included in normal maintenance mode soon
    • 58. SCO OpenServer 6 - phpMyAdmin
    • 59. SCO OpenServer 6 - postgreSQL
      • included in OpenServer 6 , version: 7.4.7, SCO supported
      • Directory: /usr/postgres
      • Initial setup with “mkdev pgsql”
      • Create database as user postgres with “createdb name”
      • Configure with phpPgAdmin ( http://localhost/phpPgAdmin ) or “psql database” comand
      • Note: phpPgAdmin is now available as part of the OpenServer 6 Skunkware Project but will be included in normal maintenance mode soon
      • Note: an updated version (postgreSQL 8.0.3) is now available for download
    • 60. SCO OpenServer 6 - phpPgAdmin
    • 61. SCO OpenServer 6 – Samba
      • Version: 3.0.13
      • Directory: /etc/samba
      • Enable with
        • /etc/init.d/nmbd enable
        • /etc/init.d/smbd enable or mkdev samba
      • Start with
        • /etc/rc2.d/S99nmbd start
        • /etc/rc2.d/S99smbd start
      • configure with http://localhost:901
    • 62. SCO OpenServer 6 – CUPS (Common UNIX Print System)
      • Version: 1.1.21Aa
      • Directory: /etc/cups
      • Default in /etc/default/lpd
        • PRINT_SYSTEM=CUPS | SYSV
      • Start with
        • /etc/rc2.d/S99cups start
      • configure with http://localhost:631
    • 63. SCO OpenServer 6 – CD/DVD Writing CDR Tools are included in OSR6 Graphical interface for CDRTools is available as Skunkware Software (xcdroast)
    • 64. SCO OpenServer 6 Summary
    • 65. SCO OpenServer 6 – What to remember
      • OpenServer got a new foundation – SVR5 kernel
        • Better scalibility and performance, less downtime, larger enviroements, automatic device detection, enhanced hardware support, automatic kernel tuning,better application support, more security features, …
      • OpenServer also got new Filesystem, networking and graphic (X11) system
        • Dramatically increased performance
      • OpenServer got compatibility for OpenServer 5, UnixWare and Xenix applications, latest Java and OpenSource libraries
        • Much more applications available for OpenServer, easier to port other applications to OpenServer (Samba, mysql, postgresql, KDE, OpenOffice, …)
    • 66. OpenServer 6 The Most Reliable Operating System Just Got More Powerful
    • 67. SCO OpenServer 5 Status
    • 68. SCO OpenServer 5 Status UP 2 – Jan’04
      • FOCUS
      • USB Printers
      • CUPS Printer Subsystem
      • Gimp-print
      • Bind Improvements
      • PostgreSQL
      MP3/UP 3
      • FOCUS
      • Java 1.4
      • Mozilla 1.6
      • User Level Threads
      • DVD-R Utilities & Back-up
      • Joliet CD Filesystem
      • Ultra DMA for IDE CDs
      • Improved SCOadmin
      OSR 5.0.7
      • SUMMARY
      • UP 1
      • MP 1
      • CD Supplement 1
      MP4
      • FOCUS
      • Dual Core
      • Hyperthreading
      • Dvdrecord
    • 69. OpenServer 5.0.7 – current Supplements
      • Supplement CD 3 incl. in OpenServer 5.0.7 Mediakit
        • Maintenance Pack 3 and Update Pack 3 included
      • Supplements available online at www.sco.com
        • gwxlibs (several libraries required for OpenSource software packages)
        • Apache 1.3.33 Update
        • Perl Versions 5.8.6Eb
        • OpenSSH Version 4.0p1
        • OSS671a, the setclk(ADM) supplement
        • Socket Driver Supplement
        • Java 2, Standard Edition (J2SE) 1.4.2_08
      • MP4 to be released in November 2005
        • Includes the former UP3 features (dvdrecord, Hyperthreading, CUPS,…)
        • Support for Dual Core
        • Updated drivers
    • 70. Thank you

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