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Tandemworld Newsletter for January 2013


BrightStrand NonStop Managed Service

SunTUG and Carr Scott Software LinkedIn User Groups…

Musings on NonStop! - January, ‘13

NuWave Article Featured in The Connection

Gravic Presents Award-Winning Case Study at BITUG BIG SIG and FTUG Meeting

CSP secures Nonstop OSS!

XYPRO Wraps Up Another Fiscal Year With Record Growth!

comForteLounge Blog - The future of NonStop looks bright … but how can YOU promote the platform?

eBooks From XYPRO Now Available for Your Tablet

comForte YouTube Channel - Watch the latest TOP Tip Video

Merlon Releases New SQLXPress Data Blacklist Facility

Availability Digest Explains Why U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Has Issued the Warning, “Disable Java!”

TANDsoft Customers Use OPTA2000 Virtual Clock and Time-Zone Simulator with Both Major Apps and NonStop Subsystems

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BrightStrand International provides an array of NonStop Services to its customer base. Its consultants have the skill and experience that make it the premier service deliverer in the NonStop sector. Services are tailored to individual customer needs to reduce costs and risk whilst getting the best from the environment.

BrightStrand delivers a Fully Managed Service to many of its customers. BrightStrand take account of the particular needs of the customer and offer a variety of options. BrightStrand currently supplies managed services; ranging from standby ad hoc onsite cover through to fully managed with secure datacentre hosting, systems management, operations, 24/7 support and remote support.

 Each service is tailored to meet customer needs to provide a focused but low cost and flexible solution to meet your changing business requirements.

A Managed Service can include all or some of the following elements, as required by the customer:

·       Systems and Operations Management

·       24 x 7 Cover

·       Performance and Tuning / Capacity Planning

·       Database Design and Administration

·       Communications Subsystems

·       Web Services

·       Security Reviews

·       IBM WebSphere MQ Series environments.

·       NonStop Integrity and Blade Migrations

·       Operation System Upgrades

·       System Healthchecks

·       Specialist Consultancy

·       Disaster Recovery and Service Continuity Planning

·       Multi-platform options

BrightStrand Service Managers and consultants are ITIL and PRINCE2 accredited and therefore all have an excellent understanding of service delivery best practices and risk management/avoidance.  BrightStrand delivers services where possible using customer processes and procedures ensuring a fully integrated solution to provide better response, improved reporting and faster communication.

For further details call Dave Stewart today on +44 (0)7831 775115 or email him on dstewart@brightstrand.com.

SunTUG and Carr Scott Software LinkedIn User Groups…

Carr Scott Software is pleased to be participating in the SunTUG Sunshine Summit, which will take place Friday, March 8, 2013 at the Embassy Suites Westshore in Tampa Florida.

To keep up-to-date, we encourage NonStop customers to explore and join our various LinkedIn groups, which include:

Carr Scott Software Users – Main group covering all of our products (Escort SQL, RANGER, NonStop AutoTMF, NonStop AutoSYNC and NonStop SDR)

Escort SQL Users Group – For NonStop customers interested in modernizing their Enscribe applications

NonStop AutoSYNC Users Forum – For all NonStop customers with multiple system environments

NonStop AutoTMF User Forum – For NonStop customers interested in adding TMF protection for their applications and databases for performance and guaranteed data replication

NonStop SDR Users Forum – For NonStop SQL customers using database replication

We look forward to seeing many of you in Tampa @SunTUG and hope to hear from you all in what we anticipate will be a very exciting 2013 for the entire NonStop user community.

Contact Carr Scott Software:  Sales (harry.scott@carrscott.com ) – Support (support@carrscott.com )

+1 781.285.4236 (worldwide) – www.CarrScott.com


Musings on NonStop!

January, ‘13

The opinions expressed here are solely
those of the now self-employed author

I would like to say wow! What a year! But looking back at my musings of previous years, these are the same words I have used before.  Simply repeating them seems to lack a little imagination, considering I usually work hard on projecting creativity. And yet, as I look back through the posts and features I wrote in 2012, it truly has been quite the year, one I would categorize as having been challenging and productive.

Perhaps the stand out item for me has been the NonStop community support in evidence at user group meetings and events worldwide. I had the good fortune to participate at last year’s HP Discover in Las Vegas as well as the GTUG event in Dresden but just as important, I exchanged emails with community members who attended other events, including those organized by the larger solutions vendors. The presence of the NonStop community was hard to miss and it’s a credit to all who participated that they made sure the NonStop banner flew as proudly as it always has flown.

And we need to keep talking about Nonstop. We need to make sure all we come in contact connect the dots properly – if you want the industry’s best platform for running mission-critical applications, deploy the HP NonStop system! It can be frustrating at times when, as a community, we witness firsthand HP seemingly “holding its punches” on NonStop, arguing strongly that as a portfolio company it can’t be seen favoring one of its product lines over another – HP has a lot of strong-minded personnel aligned behind each product and downplaying the contribution of any one group would be extremely risky.

Yet, the dots continue to be connected and NonStop continues to prevail but what are these dots? Everyone attending HP Discover 2012 who sat in on HP CEO, Meg Whitman’s keynote presentation would have heard her acknowledge that “Clouds, Social, Mobile and Big Data are all contributing to further shifts in the tectonic plates underpinning IT,” and of how these would be the key areas where HP development groups would be focusing their energies.

The escalating usage of mobile devices, the frequent interaction with social media (and often from the mobile devices), the accumulation and storage of information that arises out of these interactions – unstructured data, for the most part, and yet of value to companies everywhere – as part of Big Data frameworks, and the increasing reliance on the Cloud as a low cost resource to handle all the data being generated and needed by the business analytics pursuits companies today rely upon to remain competitive.

We need to keep talking, but just as importantly we need to ensure our audience understands that we are talking about NonStop with respect to making certain that these dots can be connected. Mission-critical applications generate transactional data that gives a wealth of context for the otherwise free-form data that flows from devices and often senses – if we cannot relate it to specific customer events it’s a nice background noise, but hardly one that can lead us to uncover new and important patterns.

In the last three musings I have written about Big Data and of how the NonStop vendor community is already at work supporting Big Data. Some vendors are even beginning to use Big Data for greater operational clarity that helps keep costs under control while other vendors are making the data integration aspects easier to implement.  In September’s musings I wrote of how there was a lot going on for the NonStop community when it comes to Clouds but there’s also a lot happening when it comes to Big Data – it’s how companies will be able to better compete in the marketplace to provide business managers with even greater insight into all that is happening.  

However, it was in the October’s musings that I also noted how, for many CIOs, it’s apparent that many industry experts seem only too keen to write-off the contribution being made by NonStop, even when they reference transaction processing. At the time of writing I asked when was the last time you saw a chart or grid referencing NonStop, even within the analysis for the upper end of the niche marketplace for mission-critical platforms?  Yes, we need to keep talking, even as we need to encourage executives within HP to be more accommodating of all that NonStop has achieved and continues to represent.

This year I have written a number of opinion papers for Attunity on the subject of Big Data. They are not the only vendor looking at Big Data – readers who follow my posts to the web publication realtime.ir.com should recall my post of September 21, 2012, Big Data Drives Monitoring Changes! where Prognosis has begun to exploit Big Data frameworks for even finer-grained perspectives on what is occurring on a NonStop system. However, the opinion papers written on what Attunity is pursuing have looked at the important presence NonStop has when it comes to being a source for core transactional data, important for any meaningful analytics to be performed.

In April, 2012, Attunity released my first opinion paper, Improving HP NonStop Data Movement: On-Premise And In The Cloud, where I wrote of how the tide is turning, and coming from Attunity there is an innovative data replication software solution that will prove valuable to CIOs everywhere. This was followed a little later in the year by the opinion paper HP NonStop Transactional Data: An important ingredient for Big Data Success, and it too can be downloaded directly from the Attunity web site. Shortly, a follow on piece to this most recent opinion paper will become available from the Attunity web site – look for HP NonStop Transactional Data: Critical for Meaningful Big Data. We all need to keep talking about NonStop and be more vocal on NonStop being an integral part of the line connecting the many dots now anchoring HP’s strategy.

As I wrapped up the November musings, I remarked on how all too often, as we go about our business, we can often overlook the importance of telling those around of us what we are doing. I then asked whether we have relaxed of late and let up on championing NonStop? Have we been too concerned about our own livelihoods? Have we been more concerned about making it into retirement?

Perhaps I should just wrap this up with the comments made by Attunity VP, Business Development and Corporate Strategy, Itamar Ankorion, who in the midst of explaining to me for the first time just how important getting NonStop involved in decisions about Big Data, suggested that, “it’s time for companies, particularly those running mission-critical application on HP NonStop systems, to get on the Big Data train or get left behind.” And of course, getting on a Big Data train will only happen if we take the message ourselves to our CIOs. We just have to talk more and push our agendas just as every other party within a business is aggressively doing today.

Yes, wow! It has been another very big year! And that’s still news that needs to be conveyed as far and as wide as we can carry it …

Richard Buckle
Founder and CEO

Pyalla Technologies, LLC
Email:             richard@pyalla-technologies.com

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NuWave Article Featured in The Connection

How do you modernize a legacy, monolithic, business critical application to take advantage of current technology – with manageable risk and zero downtime?

These key questions are answered in the new article, Peeling the Onion, written by NuWave Technologies President, Ernie Guerrera, for the Jan/Feb edition of The Connection magazine. Reinforced with case studies, this article peels back the layers of a complex, batch NonStop application to expose existing business critical functions as Web services. Building reusable business components are core to the SOA vision, and implementing Web services between existing applications can simplify information exchange, which will drive increased value. In this particular case it revolutionized the business processes.

Watch for the full article in The Connection - 2013 Jan/Feb edition.


Join NuWave at SUNTUG

2013 SUNTUG FL Sunshine Summit

March 8, 2013 - Tampa, FL


Ernie Guerrera, will be networking with colleagues and customers at SUNTUG on March 8. One of NuWave’s customers will be presenting a session on modernization and migration of legacy applications. For those attending this event, Ernie looks forward to saying “Hi!” and hearing about your NonStop experiences and challenges. If you would like to schedule a specific time to meet with Ernie at the summit, e-mail info@nuwave-tech.com.

For SUNTUG details visit:



Gravic Presents Award-Winning Case Study at BITUG BIG SIG and FTUG Meeting

http://www.gravic.com/shadowbase/industry-awards.htmlGravic recently attended the BITUG BIG SIG in London and the FTUG French-Speaking NonStop Users Meeting in Paris and presented its case study “One Bank’s March Towards Active/Active (A Strong Reminder Why Successfully Testing Your Business Continuity Plan Actually Matters).” This presentation is based on the case study that led to Gravic winning one of the HP and Intel 2012 Mission-Critical Innovation Awards. If you missed our presentation and would like a copy, or have any questions about how Shadowbase can assist you in solving your business continuity, data replication, zero downtime migrations, or other real-time data integration needs, please contact us. Congratulations to Rick Stather of Bank of England and Qui Hung Le of Société Générale for winning our Kindle prizes!


To read more about our recent award, please click here.

To read an article based on the award submission, please click here.

To see an interview video on Gravic and the award, please click here.


Please Visit Gravic at these Upcoming Shows


  N2TUG Meeting, Dallas/Fort Worth, 21 February


  SunTUG Sunshine Summit, Tampa, 8-9 March


  SATUG 2013 Summit, Johannesburg


  HP Discover 2013, Las Vegas, 10-12 June



For more information, please visit: www.gravic.com/shadowbase.


Trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners.




CSP secures Nonstop OSS!

Securing the Nonstop OSS environment poses a significant challenge for administrators above and beyond the requirements of Guardian and Safeguard.

While there is much that is common between the OSS and Guardian “personalities”, there is much that is different. The Unix-like flexibility of OSS gives rise to new opportunities for weak defaults, mis-configuration, hidden and forgotten settings and consequent vulnerabilities.

CSP’s suite of security tools for Nonstop OSS is unrivalled, and meets the challenge with solutions for:

OSS Security Policy – stop managing OSS file permissions one-at-a-time from the command line! Protect-UX is the ONLY solution for OSS that gives you policy management, automated implementation and validation of file permissions.

OSS Auditing -  audit reports of all OSS file access events

OSS Session auditing – complete audit of all OSS sessions

OSS File Integrity monitoring – set baselines  and monitor for any change to OSS file sets or files, including security attributes.

OSS Alerting and real time intrusion detection – get real time alerts of unauthorized access attempts to OSS objects and more

Nonstop (OSS) User management  - manage your Nonstop OSS user accounts  from any LDAP compliant user management suite (e.g. Tivoli.)

If you are concerned about the security of your Nonstop OSS environment contact us at sales@cspsecurity.com.


XYPRO Wraps Up Another Fiscal Year With Record Growth!

XYPRO has achieved tremendous new business growth in Asia Pacific, Europe, and Latin America with its expanded presence in these regions, while continuing to maintain a steady growth within North America for an overall increase from both existing and new customers around the globe.

Despite many industry and economic challenges, XYPRO’s valued customers and partners have helped us keep the trend of year over year growth alive in 2012.  The trust and support of our customers in choosing XYGATE and XYPRO partner solutions for the security and management of their mission critical information assets reinforces that XYPRO is meeting and exceeding business and customer relationship objectives. 

Much of our success has come from the efforts of XYPRO’s highly skilled and dedicated sales and technical teams and also from the hard work of HP and our unique & valued partnership with them. Many thanks go to all the individual and team determination and creativity of those involved.

2013 is promising to be another challenging yet rewarding year for XYPRO and we will continue to lead the way with new and improved innovative solutions for all your mission critical security needs.

Barry Forbes

VP of Sales & Marketing

XYPRO Technology Corporation


comForteLounge Blog - The future of NonStop looks bright … but how can YOU promote the platform?


We would all like to see the message of NonStop promoted more strongly, perhaps even in advertisements. Failing that, however, it’s still very important for all us to champion NonStop and to ensure it plays a part in the many new initiatives we pursue. How? Read the whole story at 'comForteLounge'


There is also a very lively discussion going on in the 'Fools for NonStop' group on LinkedIn. Join the debate and share your ideas.



NEW: HP NonStop [Tandem] Security Group on LinkedIn - join the discussion.


Come and join us at these events in 2013

N2TUG, Dallas, USA, Feb 21, 2013

SUNTUG, Tampa, Florida, USA, Mar 8-9, 2013

BITUG Little SIG, London, UK, May 8, 2013

HP Discover, Las Vegas, USA, June 10-12, 2013

PCI US Community Meeting, Las Vegas, USA, Sept 24-26, 2013

PCI EU Community Meeting, Nice, France, Oct 29-31, 2013

CONNECT Advanced Technical Boot Camp 2013, San Jose, USA, Nov 3-5, 2013

PCI AP Community Meeting, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Fall 2013



Stay connected and follow the discussions: 

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eBooks From XYPRO Now Available for Your Tablet

Our two industry renowned books on HP NonStop Security are now available in electronic format through the Kindle store on Amazon.

 Download the electronic version of our best selling books "HP NonStop Server Security" and "Securing HP NonStop Servers in an Open Systems World" copy today!

Considered "must have" reference books for system managers, IT auditors, security staff, HP NonStop consultants & services professionals, you can now have the convenience of two top-industry reference books at your fingertips.

Here's what one reviewer said " Easy to follow -- & masterfully written -- by the HP NonStop Security guru's themselves: XYPRO Technology Corp!." Click here to download your copy.

Barry Forbes

VP of Sales & Marketing

XYPRO Technology Corporation




comForte YouTube Channel - Watch the latest TOP Tip Video


We just added the latest 'TOP Tip' Video to the comForte YouTube Channel. Check it out to learn how to …

·        Re-order columns

·        Sort on multiple columns

·        Re-size or hide columns

·        Export data to spread sheets


Click on the following link to directly go to the TOP Tip #2 video … http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfAf-Da1Q1Y


We invite you to browse around in the comForte YouTube channel … http://www.youtube.com/user/comforte21


There, you will find short product videos but also some of our recorded webinars.


If you have questions about any of the videos or if something does not quite work please contact Thomas Gloerfeld at 't.gloerfeld@comforte.com



NEW: HP NonStop [Tandem] Security Group on LinkedIn - join the discussion.


Come and join us at these events in 2013

N2TUG, Dallas, USA, Feb 21, 2013

SUNTUG, Tampa, Florida, USA, Mar 8-9, 2013

BITUG Little SIG, London, UK, May 8, 2013

HP Discover, Las Vegas, USA, June 10-12, 2013

PCI US Community Meeting, Las Vegas, USA, Sept 24-26, 2013

PCI EU Community Meeting, Nice, France, Oct 29-31, 2013

CONNECT Advanced Technical Boot Camp 2013, San Jose, USA, Nov 3-5, 2013

PCI AP Community Meeting, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Fall 2013



Stay connected and follow the discussions: 

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Merlon Releases New SQLXPress Data Blacklist Facility

XYPRO offers Merlon Software Corporation’s database management software solutions on a global scale. These solutions provide companies who rely on NonStop servers for storing and processing vast amounts of data with the means to efficiently administer even the most complex database environments.

Merlon Software has just released a new data blacklist facility in its SQLXPress solution that gives security administrators more control and flexibility in how they manage sensitive business data.  With this new blacklist capability, security administrators can ensure that sensitive data is not exposed to DBAs, operations and development staff, and other users of systems where SQLXPress is deployed.

This blacklist capability is particularly helpful in two scenarios:

1.         Where the system contains live production data that must be protected.

2.         Where the system contains test data that has been copied from a production database; this data may have been altered for the purposes of testing, but may still contain private or otherwise sensitive information that cannot be transmitted off the system, and cannot be exposed to developers or testers.

Data can be blacklisted at the catalog, schema, or table level.  When a user that’s not authorized to access sensitive data runs a query, the blacklisted data is immediately discarded by the SQLXPress server code that is running on the NSK system and the I/O buffer used by SQLXPress is immediately overwritten, so the data will not be present in a process memory dump.  Thus, the blacklisted data is not passed to any other NSK process and is not transmitted off the system. 

More information is available in this SQLXPress Technical Note, or by contacting XYPRO Technology, the global reseller of Merlon Software solutions. Contact a XYPRO representative for more information.

Kenneth Scudder

Director Business Development

XYPRO Technology Corporation



Availability Digest Explains Why U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Has Issued the Warning, “Disable Java!”

On January 10, 2013, the Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued an alert that urged computer users to disable Java 7 in their browsers.  This unprecedented action on the part of DHS followed the discovery of a serious Java vulnerability that allows hackers to infect PCs with malicious code.  Windows, MAC OS, and Linux systems are all affected.  Earlier versions of Java do not contain the vulnerability.  Oracle’s most recent patch, Java 7 Update 11, was released on January 13th but already has been identified by security researchers as having two new vulnerabilities.  Learn more about the Java 7 security threat in this month’s Availability Digest. 

Also in the January 2013 Digest: 

Casa Ley Upgrades to Active/Active OmniPayments – Case Ley, one of Mexico’s largest, privately held grocery-store chains, has selected Opsol’s OmniPayments solution to replace ACI’s Base24 on HP NonStop servers. 

DDoS Attacks on U.S. Banks Continue – U.S. banks remain a target for Islamic “hacktivists,” who are still retaliating for the YouTube posting of the anti-Islamic video, “Innocence of Muslims.”   DDoS attacks began anew in mid-December and have become more sophisticated. The good news is that mitigation efforts by the banking industry are working.  The attacks have become less frequent and are causing less damage.   

Reducing Pharmaceutical Pollution – As the pharmaceutical industry expands at an almost dizzying pace, increasing also is the industry’s adverse contribution to environmental pollution.  Key to reducing a company’s environment footprint are highly available (four 9s and beyond) computerized systems that collect information in real time from potential polluting processes and report the findings to management. 

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.  We also offer technical and marketing writing services and are adept at a wide variety of content creation. 

Published monthly, the Digest is free and lives at www.availabilitydigest.com.  Please visit our Continuous Availability Forum on LinkedIn.  We’re at 515 members and counting.


TANDsoft Customers Use OPTA2000 Virtual Clock and Time-Zone Simulator with Both Major Apps and NonStop Subsystems


TANDsoft Customers Use OPTA2000 Virtual Clock and Time-Zone Simulator with Both Major Apps and NonStop Subsystems

Third-party applications and customer-developed applications aren’t the only programs that benefit from the OPTA2000 virtual clock and time-zone simulator. NonStop subsystems can take advantage of OPTA2000 support as well. Many TANDsoft customers purchase OPTA2000 to simulate clock time and time-zones on a wide variety of NonStop subsystems. They include TACL, NetBatch, EMS, ENFORM, Spooler, OSS, VHS, FTP, and Pathway.

Here’s an example: A major U.S. bank uses OPTA2000 to run multiple global NetBatch environments from its central data center. Each NetBatch environment runs in its own virtual time zone and is conscious of the GMT offset and standard time/Daylight Saving Time transition schedules for its time zone. The NetBatch jobs are responsible for preparing global market-closing reports that must represent the local time with which the reports are associated. Though NetBatch jobs are run in their respective virtual time zones, a system operator can monitor the NetBatch job schedules according to that operator’s local clock.

OPTA2000 is a virtual clock and time-zone simulator that is user-friendly, easily installed, cost-effective, and requires no application modifications. It uses intercept technology to allow multiple applications operating in a consolidated environment to each have its own virtual system clock or to function in its own virtual time zone with date/time specifications that are different than that of the system clock. For time-zone simulation, the libraries create virtual times that are offset from a system’s actual time by an amount expressed as a deviation from GMT time (Greenwich Mean Time). For clock simulation, the virtual times can be offset to whatever time is required for the testing, maintenance, etc., of an application. A single system can host thousands of applications. OPTA2000 supports all applications (user, HP, and major third-party apps, including BASE24) on the HP BladeSystem as well as on NonStop S-Series and Itanium servers.

TANDsoft’s “best of breed, best in price” philosophy offers highly competitive value for all TANDsoft solutions. In addition to OPTA2000, they include: Command Stream Replicator, which automatically replicates DDL structure and other environment changes to target systems – changes and settings that normally are not replicated because they sit outside the TMF Audit Trail; FileSync for automatic file synchronization and replication; the Enscribe-2-SQL and TMF-Audit Toolkits, which offer flexible, affordable alternatives to more expensive conversion products or manual conversion techniques; and OPTA-Trace, a real-time tracing and debugging utility. New to OPTA-Trace is an early-warning feature that detects the approach of a stack limit and sounds the alarm to prevent a stack overflow.

TANDsoft products require no application source-code modifications and are available for all HP NonStop servers. Free trials are available. For information about TANDsoft solutions, contact Jack Di Giacomo at +1 (514) 695-2234. Our Enscribe to SQL Migration Forum on LinkedIn is at 149 members and counting. www.tandsoft.com.

TANDsoft will be represented at two upcoming regional events - N2TUG (the North Texas and Oklahoma NonStop Users Group on February 21st and the SunTUG/Connect Florida Sunshine Summit on March 8th.





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