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IBM zSeries

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Contract award notice: Comprehensive software support for ibm zseries systems
The latest version of EMC DLm systems provide IBM zSeries mainframe environments with a high-performance disk-based tape replacement solution.
For example, smart data placement through IBM Data Facility Storage Management Subsystem (DFSMS) provides for targeted data placement on SSDs in an IBM zSeries and DS8000 environment.
Novell (NASDAQ:NOVL), Salt Lake City, has announced that the Department of Transportation for the State of Oregon is migrating critical components of its driver's license management system to Novell's SUSE(R) LINUX Enterprise Server running on an IBM zSeries mainframe.
The companies also announced plans for joint collaboration on product interoperability testing to support Hitachi storage system compatibility with IBM zSeries mainframe customer deployments.
S/390 Linux Rescuer, is one of the principle reasons Mainline chose FDR/UPSTREAM to be the business continuance component of our package solution for those organizations looking to roll out new Linux workloads or execute cost effective server consolidation strategies on the IBM zSeries eServer family of computers", said Rick Kearney CEO of Mainline Information Systems, a Premier IBM Business Partner providing processors, storage and software to customers nationwide.
SuSE Linux Enterprise Server is the first distribution to be validated on all hardware platforms supported by DB2 for Linux (including IBM zSeries mainframes) and validated to run DB2 Enterprise Server Edition.
The system would be implemented within three different environments: Windows, IBM zSeries and IBM iSeries/WAS.
Vanguard Enforcer(TM), an Intrusion Detection and Management solution that is unique in its ability to monitor, detect, prevent and correct intrusions on IBM zSeries servers;
Instead of the physical Web, database and application servers they rely on now, customers tap into 'virtual servers' on IBM zSeries mainframes running Linux, paying only for the computing power and capacity they require.
To cut down on the complexity of its systems infrastructure, Telia chose to consolidate onto an IBM zSeries mainframe system, which was made up of around 2,000 'virtual' instances of the Linux open source operating system.
Por otra parte, se cuenta tambien con la version menor del programa antes mencionado, Universal Database Enterprise Edition (EE), una base de datos, tambien en Linux, pero esta vez ofrecida en la familia IBM zSeries Server.