Executive summary: Call me Mike. IBM pays me to write code for some open source projects.

And now, the long version. My name is Mike Strosaker. I started working for IBM out of college in 1997. As the acronym goes (I’ve Been Moved), for the first few years I shifted between various projects in the Global Services, Software, and Server divisions, precipitating moves from Ohio to California to Texas. Finally, in 2003 I joined IBM’s Linux Technology Center, where I focus on implementing RAS (Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability) features for Linux on IBM’s POWER-based lines (System p and System i).

This blog is meant to be a place to ramble on about POWER (the architecture, not the corrupting thingie), Linux, open source, RAS, DLPAR, virtualization, and various permutations thereof.

Guest Posters

Occasionally, Zombie Process will have guest posters. A little biographical information about each poster will be placed here as they post.

  • Nathan Fontenot: Nathan has been working for IBM since1998. He spent several years working on the loader for AIX, and now works on dynamic logical partitioning (DLPAR) and virtualization for Linux on POWER.

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