Biography

Jaqui Lynch

Jaqui Lynch

Jaqui Lynch has more than 38 years of experience working with a variety of projects and operating systems across multiple vendor platforms, including mainframes, UNIX systems, midrange systems and personal workstations. She was an IBM customer for more than 22 years and then worked for two business partners in the USA. She is now working as an independent consultant, focusing on enterprise architecture, performance and delivery on Power Systems with AIX and Linux. Additionally, she regularly presents at IBM and other conferences around the world.

Articles by Jaqui Lynch

Linux Performance Tuning | February 2007 | AIX

Breaking the Bottleneck | December 2006 | AIX

Stronger Security With OpenSSH | October 2006 | AIX

Ask the Admin - August 2006 | August 2006 | AIX

Tuning a Perfect Note | August 2006 | AIX

Making Preparations | June 2006 | AIX

The Search for the Magic Elixir | April 2006 | AIX

Virtualization for Small and Medium Businesses | March 2006 | AIX

Ask the Admin: Serving Up Samba Advice | March 2006 | AIX

Best of Both Worlds - AIX and LINUX | February 2006 | AIX

Simplifying with NIM | February 2006 | AIX

Best of Both Worlds - AIX and Linux | December 2005 | AIX

How to Implement a Basic Samba Server | December 2005 | AIX

Securing Access | August 2005 | AIX

Primer on Samba | August 2005 | AIX


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