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librarian

[lī′brer·ē·ən]
(computer science)
The program which maintains and makes available all programs and routines composing the operating system.

librarian

(1) A person who works in the data library and keeps track of the tapes and disks that are stored and logged out for use. Also known as a "file librarian" or "media librarian." See data library.

(2) See CA-Librarian.
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VERITAS Media Librarian and VML are a trademarks of VERITAS Software Corporation.
VERITAS Media Librarian provides the perfect platform on which to build our unique Web-based library management products, WebAdmin and WebLibrarian," said Frank Berry, director of business development for ATL Products.
For VERITAS, the Media Librarian is a natural extension of its existing line of enterprise disk and data management software products.
Because its open, high-level API supports an almost unlimited number of devices and storage applications, VERITAS' Media Librarian provides the perfect platform on which to build our Internet storage management tools, the most open technology yet to come to market for storage media management.
The Media Librarian is a natural extension of VERITAS' existing line of enterprise disk and data management software products, reducing management costs by enabling centralized, logical management of heterogeneous hardware devices that exist anywhere in the enterprise.
The company also announced plans to support Windows NT in a future version of the Media Librarian.
The combination of VERITAS NetBackup and Media Librarian with ADIC's industry-leading tape libraries will give users an affordable, best-of-breed solution that provides many of the essential elements of an enterprise-level storage management solution.
VERITAS Media Librarian, VML and VERITAS NetBackup are trademarks of VERITAS Software Corporation.
ATL's WebAdmin, in conjunction with VERITAS Media Librarian, creates a new entry into the class of products called `Storage Resource Management,'" said Michael Peterson, president of Strategic Research Corp.
Powered by Java (a), VERITAS Media Librarian and WebAdmin deliver several industry firsts, including:
Control of libraries and media will be assisted by VERITAS Media Librarian software, and, for the first time, configuring and monitoring ATL libraries will be made possible with Java-based WebAdmin software.