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smoke, no mirrors, no snake oil.
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Digging for oil – DRNet is helping NonStop users strike it rich!
NTI has been in
business a very long time and has been providing support for NonStop
users with its DRNet product set. Among its many customers there
are numerous financial institutions relying on DRNet for data
replication. When it comes to supporting payments solutions, these
financial institutions cannot afford for their systems to be down for
any reason and so historically, these institutions have depended upon DRNet
to maximize their systems’ uptime, no matter what. However, DRNet
offers so much more than just support for disaster recovery and with as
much talk as there is today of maximizing the value locked away in the
data these financial institutions accumulate over time, the replication
capabilities of DRNet are being looked at again for DRNet
applicability to integrate.
In the post of April 2, 2018, reference is made to the recent article
published in the March – April, 2018, issue of The Connection - Data is
King: What NonStop Mission-Critical Applications Can Learn from Formula
1. “Of course we are all familiar with
the need to ensure data is never lost or taken offline for any reason,”
we said, quoting the article. “DRNet has been involved in moving
data for many decades now and is relied upon to ensure the degree of
availability and integrity IT demands.” However, probably more
importantly, “DRNet has been enhanced and is making a strong case
for consideration when it comes to data integration.”
What is often overlooked today is that NTI’s product, DRNet, is
an abbreviation for Data Resource Networking – a product name that
oftentimes doesn’t convey all that we do, even as the acronym has often
been mistaken for Disaster Recovery Networking. It’s very true that for
many of our customers, support for Disaster Recovery is the key
capability of DRNet that they capitalize on but when you consider
DRNet today, it is more about Disaster Avoidance, even as it is a
tool developed to get at the most valuable resource in IT – the data!
And fundamentally, when it comes to those payments solutions that have
been supported by DRNet over the years, this awaking awareness
about the value of data isn’t coming as a surprise to NTI. We protected
it in the past and now we are working to better integrate it with the
rest of IT!
In the April 2018 issue of the magazine, Digital Transactions, in
closing an article on Trends & Tactics, Richard Crone of Crone
Consulting, San Carlos, California, suggests “Data is the new oil.
Payment is the well.” It may be a bit dramatic but it does convey the
significance of data and the value it is providing those financial
institutions supporting payments solutions. After all, the transactions
that flow through their platforms include insights into their customers
and are along with transactions’ elements helping to predict customers’
future behavior. However, this transactional data is just one piece of
the picture – a jigsaw puzzle oftentimes – and as such it needs to be
integrated with data warehouses, data lakes and other related
technologies supporting today’s business analytics processing. Without
access to all the data, results from these analytics may end up skewed
improperly. DRNet is the best solution if you really want to
strike oil when looking at all the data you acquire with your payments
DRNet is all about networking data resources and while in the
past this property of DRNet has helped NTI address the
all-important issue of disaster avoidance, it is critical to recognize
just how valuable a role DRNet can play in future data
integration projects. Integration will be a highlight of NTI’s
presentation at the upcoming GTUG / European NonStop HotSpot -
Conference & Exhibition and should this be an area of interest for you
and your company, make sure you join us for this update on DRNet.
And remember too, visit the
NTI web site
for more information about DRNet – just check under the PRODUCTS
tab or reach out to the sales team at NTI via email
or simply call us at +1.614.794.6000
BITUG’s upcoming BIG SIG event in London on May 9, 2018
you haven’t been to BITUG’s “BIG SIG” event in recent time then you
really have missed out on participating in the premier gathering of the
NonStop community in the British Isles. It is always well supported by
the HPE NonStop team and attracts all of the major NonStop vendors – and
a new one this year!
For the British NonStop users this is simply the “must-attend” event of
the year when it comes to hearing that latest news from NonStop
development, product management and sales.
This year BITUG will be holding our "BIG SIG" on Wednesday, May 9th,
2018, in London and we welcome our BITUG users to come along to this
event. As this is the premier event of the year for the BITUG user
community, it has always proved popular with all NonStop stakeholders.
This year we have once again worked hard to ensure the agenda covers the
topics we know you have expressed an interest in – the times, for
NonStop, are most definitely, “a changing!’”
The event is being held at our previous location – the prestigious
Trinity House – Tower Hill, London, EC3N 4DH (http://www.trinityhouse.co.uk/th/about/index.html).
And it really is hard to argue against this venue with its panoramic
views of the Tower, Tower Bridge and the Thames and its close proximity
to many pubs and restaurants that are an integral part of life at this
end of town.
always with BITUG BIG SIG’s, this year’s event will be free of charge to
NonStop users, with morning tea/coffee breaks and lunch provided by our
Sponsor vendors. There will of course be the familiar Vendor exhibition
area with a full contingent of 12 vendors confirmed.
per previous BIG SIG events, we will again be holding a ‘Beer Bust’ the
evening before. This will be located at the Liberty Bounds pub – just a
stones throw away from Trinity House – on the evening on 8th
May from 19:00. All attendees of BIG SIG are welcome to come along for a
drink and finger food sponsored by the following vendors – XYPRO, CSP,
comforte, NTI and Rocket Software.
The Agenda is as follows: (but subject to change)
you would like to attend you need to complete registration by following
Please note: You need to complete a separate registration for each
attendee! (for example, if you have more than one attendee in same
For now, we look forward to welcoming you!
behalf, of the BITUG Committee – Thanks and see you soon!
course any questions or queries can be directed to anyone from the
committee or via the website page: (https://www.bitug.com/contact-bitug/)
New Article on
Hybrid IT from NuWave
Hybrid IT infrastructure has been a core part of
HPE’s strategy for a number of years now, and it’s easy to see why.
Across their product portfolio, they have made a massive investment in
public and private cloud infrastructure, developing dedicated hardware
and partnering with Microsoft Azure and others. But what does Hybrid IT
mean for the average NonStop installation?
As HPE NonStop users, we know that our platform and
applications typically house the most important parts of our enterprise
– the ATM system that must not deny transactions unnecessarily, the
manufacturing production line that must produce thousands (or millions)
of items an hour without fail, or the retail point of sale system that
must always be available to our customers. How does that mission
critical functionality link in with the cloud?
If you missed NuWave's article by Andrew Price in
Connect Now, check out "HPE
NonStop and Hybrid IT: The Best of Both World" to read the rest of
Availability Digest Reminds Us that “Openness Was Not Always Ensured”
Years ago, Digest Managing
Editor Dr. Bill Highleyman wrote a paper entitled “Can the Computer
Industry Truly Support Openness?” The paper made several assertions that
seem surprising in today’s technology. It noted, for instance, that
computer hardware vendors were reluctant to open their systems for true
interoperability with the products of competitors. After all, open
standards would make it easy for IT managers to switch products since
any product that complied with the standard could be substituted for
another such product.
However, openness abounds in today’s software technology and adheres to
open standards. This means that the software is free for use, with
source code defined by its community of developers and users. Java is
the open standard for programming languages. SQL is the open standard
for databases. And x86 is the open standard for system architectures.
The most prominent example of open software is Linux. Windows, by
contrast, is proprietary, or closed. This article discusses the concept
of openness and how technologies that embrace it will lead in the future
to the ultimate in operational efficiencies.
In addition to “Openness Was Not Always Ensured,” read the articles
below in the Availability Digest.
What is Reliability? – In the literature, the terms that are used to
describe computer system reliability are what we might describe as
“slushy.” There are no agreed-upon definitions – the user of such terms
is free to match them to his purpose, often with no attempt at a formal
meaning. There are certainly no legal definitions that would stand up in
court. In this article, we suggest a simple method to quantify system
reliability, eliminating any ambiguity or suggestion of marketing
intent. Our result is a table that compares different, highly reliable
technologies for IT systems.
Can Applications Achieve Seven 9s Availability? – Seven 9s availability
is an average of three seconds downtime per year. Can an application
achieve that? If it is only the application, seven 9s very well may be
possible, especially if the application has been “burned in” through use
over time. But if we are evaluating the availability of an application,
we must also take into account the hardware upon which it is running.
Typical hardware servers have availabilities of three to four 9s. Other
factors impacting availability include network failures, human error,
and environmental issues. Then there is the consideration of SLAs. When
a license agreement is negotiated, how clear is it that a claim of seven
9s should be attributed only to the application without its being
impacted by other system availabilities?
Data Deduplication in the Cloud – Data deduplication is a powerful tool
by which a specific block of data in a large database is stored only
once. If it appears again, only a pointer to the first occurrence of the
block is stored. Since pointers are very small compared to the data
blocks, significant reductions in the amount of data stored can be
achieved. With regard to cloud storage, moving an enterprise’s data to
the cloud is today a common practice. Cloud providers such as Amazon
with its S3 Simple Storage Services charge customers for the amount of
cloud storage they use. Therefore, the customer is incentivized to
minimize the amount of data storage that is consumed. Deduplication is a
popular method used to achieve this goal.
@availabilitydig – The Twitter Feed of Outages - Our article highlights
some of our numerous tweets that were favorited and retweeted in recent
Digest Managing Editor Dr. Bill Highleyman will present “Old Geezer’s
Guide to What Lurks (but Still Works) in Your Data Center” at NENUG on
May 21, 2018, at HPE in Andover, Massachusetts. For event information,
The Availability Digest offers one-day and multi-day seminars on High
Availability: Concepts and Practices. Seminars are given both onsite and
online and are tailored to an organization’s specific needs. Popular
seminars are devoted to achieving fast failover, the impact of
redundancy on availability, basic availability concepts, and eliminating
In addition, the Digest provides a variety of technical writing,
consulting, marketing, and seminar services. Individuals too busy to
write articles themselves often hire us to ghostwrite. We also create
white papers, case studies, technical manuals and specifications, RFPs,
presentation slides, web content, press releases, advertisements, and so
Published monthly, the Digest is free and lives at
www.availabilitydigest.com. Please visit our Continuous Availability
Forum on LinkedIn. Follow us as well on Twitter @availabilitydig.
Visit Gravic at GTUG’s European NonStop HotSpot –
Conference & Exhibition
We look forward to seeing
everyone at the
European NonStop HotSpot – Conference & Exhibition, hosted by GTUG
and Connect Germany on 14-16 May at the
Westin Hotel in Leipzig, Germany. On 15 May, we
are co-sponsoring a Partner Technical Update (PTU) breakfast meeting for
HPE Sales, Technical Services, and Solution Architects. HPE attendees
contact us for
additional information if they plan to attend and have not already
Please stop by the booth or attend our presentation,
New HPE Shadowbase Success
Stories (including Business Continuity, Data Integration, Zero Downtime
We describe numerous HPE Shadowbase success stories in several solution
We will also present, New
HPE Shadowbase Features that Solve Customers' Challenges (including Zero
Data Loss, DB2 as a source, transforming Enscribe data to industry
We describe the recently
released HPE Shadowbase features that are helping our customers to solve
their business challenges
Synchronous data replication that will deliver
zero data loss
during a business continuity event
Further improvements that simplify migrating from RDF or OGG to HPE
DB2 as a source
for Shadowbase replication
Enscribe to SQL replication enhancements
Additional BASE24 feature support
Other new features and future product direction
contact us if you are interested in
discussing either of our presentations’ content or having us share this
information with you and your colleagues.
Gravic is co-sponsoring the Porsche factory excursion on 17 May.
Attendees will visit the Porsche manufacturing plant – a NonStop user –
in Leipzig. Participants will take a guided tour through the production
lines where the cars are made to perfection, and then ride aside drivers
in a Panamera or a comparable Porsche on a speedy racetrack. We hope to
see you there!
Publishes Article on the Advantages of Scale-out Architectures
Gravic recently published the article,
Scale-up is Dead, Long Live Scale-out!
in the March/April
Keeping up with user demand is a
significant challenge for IT departments. The traditional scale-up
approach suffers from significant limitations and cost issues that
prevent it from satisfying the ever-increasing workloads of a 24x7
online society. The use of massively parallel processing and scale-out
architectures is the solution, since they can readily and
non-disruptively apply additional compute resources to meet any demand,
at a much lower cost, and with improved service availability. The use of
the HPE Shadowbase data replication engine to share and maintain
consistent data between multiple systems enables scale-out application
and workload distributions across multiple compute nodes, which provides
the necessary scalability and availability to meet the highest levels of
user demand now and into the future.
To speak with us about your
data replication and data integration needs, please call us at
+1.610.647.6250, or email us at
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
directly sells and supports Shadowbase solutions under the name HPE
Shadowbase. For more information, please contact your local HPE
Shadowbase representative or
visit our website.
Please Visit Gravic at
these Upcoming 2018 Events
Germany, 14-16 May
MA, 21 May
Heights, NJ, 23 May
City, TBD September
Connect HPE Technical Boot Camp—San Francisco, 11-14
Last Chance to Sign
Up for NYTUG and NENUG!
Deadlines are approaching for the NYTUG (New York
area Tandem User Group) and NENUG (new England NonStop User Group. Both
events have a focus on HPE education this year, so each one has 3 hours
of exciting announcements and fresh content from HPE.
NENUG will be held on Monday, May 21st. Sign
up now on the NENUG
NYTUG will be held on Wednesday, May 23rd. Sign up
now on the NYTUG
We are also planning a fun networking event on
Sunday, May 20th that will include a tour of Fenway Park and lunch at
Boston Beer Works. If you are interested in attending, please email
firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, April 27th.
Got a question about NonStop ?
Keep up with us on Twitter @tandemworld
We are currently seeking skilled resources
across the EMEA region,
contact us for More Info
Ten Years of CommitWork Developer Suite (CDS)
allows traditional NonStop programmers to use the modern Eclipse IDE
with COBOL85, Screen COBOL or TAL without changing their underlying
development environment. This means, that customers can use their
existing compile macros and commands of the GUARDIAN environment.
no need to change to Cross Compilers.
CDS can be used in an only GUARDIAN Environment.
Comfortable COBOL Editor with syntax highlighting, keyword assistant,
folding regions, outline view of sections for quickly navigation,
Showing compile warnings and errors inside the editor.
customers host compile process.
validation between local and host file versions.
and visualization of spooler entries.
features of a modern integrated development environment, like
Software Repositories, History view of source code, task management and
many more features of existing eclipse plugins.
people with eclipse experience can now enter more quickly into the
traditional world of NonStop.
Editor with syntax highlighting, keyword assistant, folding regions,
outline view of sections for quickly navigation, customizable coloring.
Additional SQL/MP Support inside the COBOL Editor.
Browser to find and list entries inside your Data Dictionary.
FTP transfer by using our additional FTPS Plugin.
Have a look
inside our booklet at
For a free CDS
demo license, please contact:
Parsing JSON Messages in COBOL
from Canam Software Labs, generates COBOL and C source code for reading
and writing JSON messages. Using the Thunder toolset, a JSON Handler
Design is created that specifies the mapping between program data fields
and JSON nodes as well as the data validation rules that should be
applied. The Handler Design is then used to generate all the COBOL or C
source required to parse and create JSON. The code can be used in new
or existing programs – no runtimes required!
To see how JSON
Thunder works, click
Thunder is the
solution of choice for developers and IT architects for processing XML
and JSON messages in COBOL and C. It’s model-driven approach frees up
developers’ time to focus their expertise on the business logic in their
programs while reducing the time to market for applications.
Thunder is now
available in three unique solutions.
for COBOL and C code creation.
for COBOL, C and Java code creation.
which packages both XML Thunder and JSON Thunder plus version
control for a truly comprehensive code generation solution.
Be sure to visit
Canam Software and TIC at BITUG 2018 in London, England on May 9th, and
at GTUG in Leipzig Germany May 14th to 16th. Schedule a
demo of Thunder today! Email
or call (289) 719-0800.
To start a
free 30-day trial of Thunder Lite and experience the power of a
model-driven approach to code creation that JSON and XML-enables COBOL,
C and Java programs, visit
CommitWork presentation “Using Alexa with your software environment“
at the European NonStop Hotspot 2018
CommitWork invites you to visit
„Using Alexa with your software environment“ on May 15 at 3:30 PM (Room
Alexa is a virtual speech assistant
developed by Amazon.
Users can extend the Alexa capabilities by
developing a new 'skill'.
In this session, you get an introduction about how to develop an Alexa
Skill with Java and see how to integrate it into your existing software
Considerations for Cloud
By Glenn Garrahan, Director HPE Business, Tributary
and Cloud Object Storage:
Object Storage architecture
manages data as objects, unlike traditional file systems which manage
data as a file hierarchy or block storage which manages data as blocks
within sectors and tracks. Each object includes the data itself, some
and a globally unique identifier. Object storage can be implemented at
multiple levels, including the object storage device level, the system
level, and/or the interface level. The advantage of object storage is it
enables capabilities not addressed by older storage architectures.
Examples may include interfaces that are directly programmable by the
application, a namespace that can span multiple instances of physical
hardware, and data management functions like data replication and data
distribution at object-level granularity.
There’s no doubt, the
future of archiving is object storage. Object storage is rapidly
replacing on premise tape, disk, and dedup disk technology as an
archival or backup methodology.
Massive amounts of
unstructured data may be retained efficiently by object storage as it is
ideal for purposes such as archiving medical imaging, photos, songs,
why Amazon S3, Google Cloud, MS Azure and all other public clouds use
object storage. Its flexibility, scalability, and cost are all
substantive advantages realized when retaining huge amounts of
unstructured data in the cloud. Object storage (outside of back up and
archive) can also be flexible with users being able to access data from
NonStop users in particular, there are definite considerations when
contemplating a move from legacy tape or disk archiving methodologies to
Cloud Object Storage. Generally these would fall into one of four
categories: Scalability, Performance, Cost and Security:
Dispersed storage technology, employing Information Dispersal
Algorithms, available with Cloud Object Storage, provides massive
scalability with significantly reduced administrative overhead.
Object Storage can grow easily from terabytes to petabytes to exabytes,
and may be implemented on premise, or in public, private or hybrid
advanced scalability capabilities are ideally suited to rapidly growing
data backup environments.
appropriate and compatible front end device, ingesting data from any
backup application including NonStop, TSM, Commvault, NetBackup, Veeam
can be optimized, this will allow rapid data ingestion and caching,
reducing backup windows while streaming the data policy based pools to
Cloud Object Storage at the back end.
use of FlashSystem for the cache layer, backup data to Cloud Object
Storage at rates of up to 10.4 GB/sec or 37.4 TB/hour per node, and
restore data at rates of up to 9.6 GB/sec or 34.6 TB/hour are possible.
Object Storage typically delivers significantly lower total cost of
ownership for storage systems at the multiple petabyte level, reducing
or in many cases eliminating the need for data replication and the need
for multiple copies
Object Storage is 55-60% of the cost per GB of archived data when
compared to any dedup VTL
Object Storage may be purchased as a service (Storage as a Service, SaaS),
thereby eliminating the need to procure and maintain backup hardware on
premise or in remote DR sites. Storage capacity can be varied in the
short term to deal with peak periods, and increased over the long term
as a natural function of data growth.
Object Storage is a highly secure object storage archival technology
that has been in the marketplace for 13 years.
of Information Dispersal Algorithms (IDA), otherwise known as Erasure
Coding, in addition to AES 256 bit encryption, greatly enhances data
separate data into unrecognizable “slices” that are then distributed via
network connection to storage nodes locally or across datacenters. Think
of it this way, if you store a classic Ferrari in a single garage, a
thief can break in, hotwire the car, and make off with it. If you
disassemble the Ferrari and store the components in multiple garages,
it’s very difficult, if not impossible, to steal and then reconstruct
eliminates the need for data replication.
Interestingly, in a November
2017 report from Scott Sinclair, Hitachi Enterprise Storage Group Senior
Analyst, showed that the top factor that leads organizations to deploy
or consider deploying on-premises object storage technology is a higher
level of data security.
by Power and Partnership:
NonStop customers, a great answer is Tributary System’s Cloud Object
Storage Solution. Employing advanced COS technology coupled with
Tributary’s proven Storage Director® as the “front end”, NonStop
customers can transparently take advantage of IBM’s Cloud Object
Storage® (COS), formerly known as Cleversafe®, without any changes to
their NonStop applications. In addition,
software-defined Storage Director high performance front end ingestion
and caching solution is now certified with Hitachi Content Platform (HCP).
Director, is a policy-based, tiered, and virtualized software product
especially designed for backup which can be seamlessly integrated with
any media, including tapes, disk drives, virtual environments and
NonStop or other proprietary environments, plus open systems. Storage
Director can group data into different pools and apply different
protection policies at different times across any storage medium
simultaneously. Tributary Systems has gained a massive strategic edge as
it has entered into a synergistic partnership with IBM to revolutionize
enterprise cloud data backup/restore, archive and DR. Combining the
capabilities of Storage Director while endorsing long-term archival to
Object Storage is where Tributary sees the data backup and retention
market evolving. Tributary is the only company in the marketplace that
can backup all NonStop mission-critical servers using a single solution.
In addition to Storage Director’s AES 256-bit encryption, data is also
erasure-coded in the storage tier. From a performance standpoint,
Tributary’s solution can ingest data at a rate of 12TB per hour and
restore at about 8.5TB per hour. Should a flash storage be used in the
cache layer, the ingestion rate goes up to 37TB per hour and restores at
35TB per hour; these are metrics that are unmatched in the market. Thus,
Tributary’s IP, when combined with leading Cloud Object Storage
solutions imparts exclusive cutting-edge data storage and management
capabilities that can be well extended beyond public cloud models—into
hybrid and on- premise environments—and also offers double-layered
security for NonStop clients. Finally, the Storage Director Cloud Object
Storage solution can be implemented with a monthly fixed cost model
unlike all public cloud providers such as AWS who charge customers for
accessing their data through additional fees for “puts and gets.”
Employing a cloud backup solution where costs vary widely from month to
month, based on access to their own data, is challenging for most
For more information visit
Issues When Transitioning into a Hybrid IT Infrastructure
Companies moving to a hybrid infrastructure for data centers face
complex challenges, so collaboration and preparation are key elements in
ensuring a smooth transition.
Hybrid architectures can be supported by integrated
solutions that create a seamless environment between existing
infrastructure resources and newer cloud deployments. Such solutions
allow organizations to regulate workloads and user access to fully
support security, governance and compliance requirements.
The Time for Innovation is Now
With companies needing to carry out a root and branch
review, they currently have a choice. Should they improve their systems
to comply and tick the boxes, or should they change to innovate? One
would argue that being "good enough" isn't actually good enough, as
customers place so much emphasis on the security of their data. Firms
should capitalize on the excellent opportunity to take stock of what
they have on their networks, as well as the policies that govern them.
Enterprises are warming to the idea of the hybrid cloud as a solution
that is secure, cost effective and suitable for mobile workforces.
General perception used to be that businesses ran on on-premise clouds
and used public clouds for application development. Now we're seeing
increased buy-in, with concerns around integration and performance put
Things get more interesting from a GDPR perspective
with object storage thrown in the mix. Using this type of architecture
in a hybrid infrastructure allows for sensitive data sets to remain
on-site. Meanwhile, the less important data can be archived to the
public cloud. Object storage also adds control of data between clouds,
including public clouds such as AWS. There's also the benefit of
auditability and reliable control and management functionality.
Regardless of where it sits, data can be managed using a set of tools
and policies designed for hybrid platforms, tools such as CSP's
Protect-X® - The Compliance & Security Hardening
Solution Built for Hybrid IT
Protect-X® user interface
Protect-X® is a browser-based, automated security
supports HPE NonStop/X, Virtual NonStop and UNIX platforms. Wholly
developed by CSP, Protect X® is built using agent-less design so there
is nothing to install on your NonStop servers. All security is managed
off-platform, via very fast and very strong encrypted connections.
Because Protect-X® was built with Virtual NonStop
and open source applications in mind, it is the perfect tool to ensure
that your hybrid infrastructure is compliant and secure. Protect-X®
allows you to easily ensure compliance, assess risk and manage security
of your hybrid platforms.
Allows a single security compliance policy to be
automatically verified across hybrid systems, such as NonStop Servers
and Unix Servers
Allows delegation of tasks and makes security
compliance changes only after approval by the responsible administrator
Protect-X® is a powerful tool that has the ability
to automatically validate compliance policies across different
environments and IT architectures. It can be completely customized to
suit your specific needs. It places all the power in your hands, but
simplifies and automates many routine tasks.
Test Drive Protect-X® Here
For more information on CSP solutions visit
For complimentary access to CSP-Wiki®,
an extensive repository of NonStop security knowledge and best
practices, please visit
We Built the Wiki for NonStop Security
+1(905) 568 -
TIC News You
Can Use – NEW TOP Windows-Based GUI Webinar
Software, the leading provider of software solutions and consulting
services for HPE NonStop modernization; is pleased to announce the
TOP Windows-based GUI
from partner comforte to the firm’s offerings. TOP reduces complex tasks
to simple point-and-click operations to save time, increase
productivity, and reduce errors.
be demonstrated in a
highlighting the intuitive interface and features including:
Auditing and logging
Point-and-click Backup Facility
Sign Up Today &
Experience the Next Generation GUI for NonStop!
Webinar this May
2018 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST | Presenter: Phil Ly
information send us an email to:
XYPRO - GDPR – How to Comply in an HPE NonStop Server
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new European Union
privacy law that takes effect May 25. This is the biggest change in
European data protection in decades. GDPR is not an EU only regulation;
it affects any business or individual handling the data of EU citizens,
regardless of where that business or individual is based.
Over 50% of organizations with EU citizen data haven’t implemented plans
to address GDPR or don’t think the privacy regulation applies to them.
Avoid a costly surprise. The attached article will walk
you through the fundamentals of GDPR preparation in an HPE NonStop
Server environment, right down to the tools and strategy necessary to
comply with these regulations. With less than 60 days left, NonStop GDPR
compliance should not be a daunting task.
Let XYPRO help.
Provides Identity Governance and Administration for HPE NonStop Servers
XYPRO and SailPoint Partner to Provide Identity Management for HPE
XYPRO’s XIC solution simplifies requirements and compliance activities.
When an identity is disabled through SailPoint IdentityIQ, the
corresponding account is immediately disabled on all NonStop servers on
which the identity was provisioned. When that identity is removed using
IdentityIQ, the account is immediately removed from all NonStop servers,
ensuring the removal of stale accounts, improving your relationship with
your auditors and strengthening your security procedures at the same
Additional Integrations Contact Your XYPRO Account Executive
to seeing you at the upcoming shows!
BITUG Big SIG 2018May
House, Tower Hill, London
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GTUG: European NonStop Hotspot 2018May
14, 2018 May 16, 2018The
Westin Hotel Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany
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PCI Asia-Pacific 2018May
23, 2018 May 24, 2018Tokyo,
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Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park in Plano
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11, 2018 September 12, 2018
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26, 2018 September 27, 2018Hewlett–Packard
Enterprise Canada, 5150 Spectrum Way, Mississauga, Ontario
Event Website >
HPE NONSTOP SYSTEMS & LUSIS
together. Accelerating results. A new style of partnering
Packard Enterprise and Lusis Payments are collaborating in a fresh new
way to bring increased value to customers like you.
that acquiring technology is only the first step in achieving a business
goal. The technology pieces need to work together. They need to be
tested. They need to provide rich functionality, quickly and
effectively, so you can concentrate on your business needs.
satisfy these needs, Lusis Payments is a member of the HPE Partner Ready
for Technology Partner program, an industry-leading approach to supply
sophisticated integrated technologies in a simple, confident, and
provides state of the art products and services to the payments
industry. Using micro-service architecture, Lusis brings a modern and
truly flexible proposition to the payments EcoSystem.
Payments has access to the right tools, processes, and resources to help
our joint customers accelerate innovation and transformation that brings
value, achieves business needs, and increases revenue and market shar
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