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Another major advantage over multiple virtual storage solutions is built-in asynchronous WAN-replication, which ensures effective disaster recovery.
Datalex is an independent provider of software tools targeting primarily Year 2000 conversions of mainframe computer applications running under various versions of the Multiple Virtual Storage ("MVS") operating system.
New Products Among the products announced today are a new version of IBM's award- winning DB2 database for the Multiple Virtual Storage (MVS) mainframe operating system; and DB2/6000, a new client/server database for the Advanced Interactive Executive(A) (AIX)(A) environment that brings the strength of IBM's relational database technology to the UNIX(A) environment.
Data Propagator Today, IBM has announced a new release of the Data Propagator(A) (DProp)(A) for the Multiple Virtual Storage (MVS) mainframe environment.
The new version of OPEN/image for CICS also features support for IBM's Multiple Virtual Storage (MVS) and Virtual Storage Extended (VSE) operating systems.
The DataHub product set consists of five components, a workstation component and four host support components, one each for the Multiple Virtual Storage (MVS), Virtual Machine (VM), Operating System/400 (a) (OS/400) (a) and Operating System/2 (a) (OS/2) (a) platforms.
The VIASOFT redevelopment products run on the Multiple Virtual Storage and OS/2 operating systems.
High Level Assembler provides greater compatibility of facilities and support across IBM's mainframe operating systems -- Multiple Virtual Storage (MVS), Virtual Machine (VM) and Virtual Storage Extended/Enterprise Systems Architecture (VSE/ESA)(A).