VSAM


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VSAM

VSAM

(Virtual Storage Access Method) An IBM access method for storing data, widely used in IBM mainframes. VSAM uses the B+tree method for organizing data. See B-tree.
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In addition, the introduction of VSAM file encryption for z/OS enables customers to protect sensitive data on the mainframe.
To successfully participate in business-to-business and business-to-consumer e- initiatives such as Web-to-host data access, client/server application development, or enterprise application integration, a key element is access to System/390 IMS, CICS, VSAM, ADABAS, or DB2 data and transactions.
Change Transfer is available for all supported MVS and OS/390 VSAM environments.
The NeoData solution set enables companies to migrate VSAM or indexed file data to Microsoft SQL Server without rewriting legacy COBOL code.
The NeoData solutions set enables companies to migrate VSAM or indexed file data to Microsoft SQL Server without rewriting legacy COBOL code.
Looking for new ideas to handle the growing overload of its CardLinK credit card processing application, China Merchants Bank found its solution in IAM, a VSAM application performance enhancement solution, from US-based INNOVATION Data Processing.
LaBarge began by upgrading the reporting capabilities of its WDS mainframe system, a custom ERP application that stores information in VSAM databases.
Leveraging the DataDirect Shadow RTE mainframe integration platform, MetaMatrix products can now create data services utilizing a broad range of mainframe database and application environments, including Adabas, Natural, CICS, DB2, IMS/DB and VSAM.
CONNX supports IMS; Adabas (currently OS/390, z/OS, VSE, Unix, and Windows platforms); IDMS (on all platforms); Datacom (on all platforms); Microsoft SQL Server (on all platforms); Sybase (on all platforms); Informix (on all platforms); C-ISAM, DISAM, and Micro Focus (on Linux, AIX, Sun, Solaris, and SCO operating systems); IBM VSAM (on z/OS, OS/390, MVS, and VSE); IBM DB2 (on all platforms); Oracle (on all platforms); RMS, Rdb, and Codasyl DBMS (on OpenVMS and VMS platforms); PostGreSQL (on all platforms); Dataflex; POWERflex; and any OLE DB, ODBC, or .
Shadow RTE's data integration components provide high-performance bi-directional access to the major mainframe databases, including DB2, IMS/DB, VSAM and ADABAS.
A single solution supporting CDC for many enterprise data sources, including VSAM, IMS, Adabase, DB2, Oracle and HP NonStop, AS/400, UNIX, and Windows
JM Family has implemented Attunity's integration platform in order to integrate data contained in mainframe data sources, DB2, VSAM and distributed data sources such as IBM's DB2/UDB.