Phoenix RACF User Group

Thu Oct. 25 at 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Event Details


  • 9:30-10:00 Registration and continental breakfast

  • 10:00-10:15 "The Early 30 Minutes " List of Five Minute Madness Topics for consideration after lunch, Brief RACF update, RUG logistics, Stump the Experts (bring the toughest job-related questions you face)

  • 10:15-11:15 " "Converting RACF Name and Range Table to Parmlib " My experiences in converting the contents of modules ICHRDSNT (name table) and ICHRRNG (range table) to Parmlib statements - Presented by Adam Klinger

  • 11:15-11:25 Coffee

  • 11:25-12:25 "Building, updating and maintaining SSL certificates - Best practices for working with SSL certificates - presented by Dustin Hayes, Vanguard Integrity Professionals"

12:25-01:25 LUNCH

  • 01:25-01:45 "Five Minute Madness (5MM)" (Anyone can speak on any reasonable topic for up to five minutes)

  • 01:45-02:45 "Understanding z/OS Cryptography"
    This session is designed to familiarize IT professionals with the basic concepts of cryptography. Cryptography – the encrypting and decrypting of information that is deemed to be private and confidential – is an extremely important component of an organization’s security program. It provides an additional level of security should an intruder breach other aspects of your security system - Presented by Greg Thomason, ASPG

  • 02:45-02:55 Coffee

  • 02:55-03:55 " RACF 2.3 Update - Presented by Anton Niemand and Peter Desforge