NTI and data
integration; a path forward that includes
data integration with Splunk!
Data rarely ever sits
still. Once created, it is moved at some point as it’s backed-up,
replicated, passed to customers, business partners or regulatory
authorities, integrated and even enriched with data created somewhere
else and, more often than not these days, winds up in a data warehouse,
appliance or lake. In moving data, enterprises have turned to specialist
data moving vendors and no longer are reliant on scripts, custom
programs or basic utilities and this is a situation of which NTI is
fully aware and is actively addressing. Looking at where data is moved
to has Tim Dunne, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales, NTI, openly
talking to customers and prospects alike about “the elevated role for
DRNet® in support
of data replication, data integration and data transformation, all of
which are being well served by DRNet®
This was the focus area of article previously published on the web in
NTI – a strategy unfolding for data integration that includes support
for Splunk! In this article, NTI acknowledges its support for the
movement of data under these three headings - replication, integration
and transformation. No longer to be viewed as just addressing a single
business use-case scenario, NTI is electing to broaden its product
offerings to meet the needs of all three use-cases for data movement.
When it comes to the three scenarios depicted above, data replication
remains the premier product within the ecosystem, but it is data
integration that is generating the most interest within the NonStop
“It really has come down to behavior and expectations,” said Tim Dunne,
Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales, NTI. “It isn’t any good to know
that a customer spent $10 or that he looked at your web site, but
rather, how often are they spending $10 at that hour and yes, have they
been on our web site a hundred times already and what is it that
attracts them?” For more insight about what Splunk is and the value it
is providing enterprises everywhere, read the rest of the article here
In the all-important
world of big data and analytics, Splunk has risen to a position of
dominance and this is fully understood by the NTI development team. The
significance of the work in support of Splunk is that, according to
Dunne, “There is hardly an enterprise we encounter today that hasn’t
deployed Splunk in support of one application or the other, be it
operations focused or addressing issues of security so it behooved NTI
to ensure data generated by transaction processing applications finds
its way into Splunk.” Furthermore, it’s not just the universal
acceptance of Splunk but the value to enterprises of the ecosystem that
has arisen in support of Splunk, as noted by Gartner, “Splunk has a
large partner ecosystem that provides integration and Splunk-specific
content that is made available through the Splunkbase application
At recent Regional User Group (RUG) meetings, data integration generated
the most questions and this has led to the development of DRNet®
support for integration with Splunk. Such integration support is all
part of NTI's vision for expanded Hybrid IT offering as it goes
beyond simply replication to and from NonStop to include support for
mainstream databases like Oracle and MS SQL Server. DRNet®
for Splunk is among many new capabilities available from NTI about which
you will be hearing a lot more in the coming months.
Should you happen to have attended the recent OzTUG RUG events or
been present at the CTUG RUG meeting you would have gained the first
glimpse of how our strategy is unfolding in support of the three primary
use-case scenarios we have observed. At the upcoming NonStop Technical
Boot Camp to be held in November, expect to hear even more about the
capabilities of DRNet®
with respect to all three types of data movement – replication,
integration and transformation. “We anticipate we will have a few
surprises for the NonStop community,” said Dunne, “so make sure you come
and talk with us as this is a message we would like all in the NonStop
community to understand: DRNet®
is about data and about serving up data to wherever it’s needed to meet
the diverse set of requirements every enterprise is looking to address.”
If however, you have as yet not had the opportunity to talk with us then
give us a call or email us as we would be only too happy to discuss how
best DRNet® can
address your needs for data integration, no matter what technology or
solution is being targeted!
Network Technologies International, Inc.
635 Park Meadow Road, Suite 209
Westerville, Ohio 43081-2877
Phone: +1 (614) 794-6000
Republic of Ireland
Phone: +353 (91) 463086
Have a Crisis? All Your NonStop Guys Retired?
No Worries with BrightStrand’s Flexible Resource Program
It is a sad
fact of life in the NonStop world. Your NonStop Systems work forever,
but your developers and support teams don’t. They retire, they migrate
to other assignments, and their expertise is difficult to replace in
your business-critical environment. That is why you count on BrightStrand
International and its flexible resource program. Brought to you by the
largest pool of HPE NonStop resources in the U.K. and quite possibly in
Here is how
our flexible resource program works.
company requires a year’s worth of support services. So why pay for a
year’s worth? With BrightStrand, you have the option of
contracting for a predetermined number of service days over a defined
period. That way, all contractual necessities are in place. When an
emergency or another unforeseen issue arises, we can act quickly to
place the most appropriate resources at work on your behalf. You avoid
having to negotiate prices and terms while your systems – and your
business – suffer.
Your costs are
less than those of an annual contract, and you can add more days if
obvious advantage of having access to our highly experienced NonStop
team, BrightStrand’s flexible resource program allow us the
opportunity to understand your system configurations and applications.
Therefore, well in advance of your use of our services, we can
anticipate the skills you may need and which of our BrightStrand
colleagues are best suited to assist you.
far-reaching are BrightStrand’s skillsets? When it comes to
NonStop, we have centuries of combined experience spanning every NonStop
platform and operating system. Our multiplatform support extends as well
to IBM, UNIX, and Windows. Count on us to be prepared for any challenge
your systems encounter because we have experienced every possible
expertise is a valuable commodity. What it offers BrightStrand
customers is peace of mind.
is your go-to source for highly skilled IT professionals. In addition to
our flexible resource program, BrightStrand offers a complete
product lifecycle from initial planning through implementation to fully
managed services. We work onsite and remotely, and everything we
undertake is tailored to the specific requirements of each customer.
The result? Lower costs, reduced risk, higher availability and
you to contact us for additional information.
Tel: +44(0)141 204 4046
FileSync Supports Qualified Expressions, Data Deduplication, and
Not all data replication/synchronization products are equal. Take the
NonStop world, for instance. Only TANDsoft’s FileSync uses Qualified
Expressions, a powerful language that can define thousands of files with
a single command. Only FileSync offers Data Deduplication, which
transmits changed data instead of entire files to a backup database.
Only FileSync offers Incremental Synchronization (FS-Incremental), which
minimizes processing time by analyzing and synchronizing only files that
have changed or that are new since the last synchronization.
FileSync has been a NonStop staple for years. It automatically
monitors, replicates and synchronizes application environments and
non-database files (edit, objects, source, TACL, blobs, OSS, SQL/MP,
SQL/MX) across all HPE NonStop servers. It reduces the errors associated
with maintaining duplicate system and application environments.
Customers use FileSync for disaster recovery, system migrations,
upgrades, and backups. It supports all NonStop file types, and its
affordability and ease-of-use complement other third-party NonStop
replication products for a total business continuity environment.
FileSync Features and Benefits
• Available for NonStop X, vNonStop, and all other NonStop servers
• Supports - Enscribe files – audited, non-audited, structured and
• Supports - OSS files, SQL/MP and SQL/MX Catalogs, Schemas, Tables,
Partitions and Indices
• Preserves node-centric settings
• Supports Expand and TCP/IP
• Automatic or scheduled file synchronization for Guardian and OSS
• Uses TCP/IP to migrate current system to new system with same node
• Complements NonStop real-time data replication products
• Utilizes qualified expressions, wildcarding, and file exclusions to
help define selected files
FileSync Data Deduplication (Client Deduplication) transmits only
changed data, not entire files, to a backup database. It significantly
improves file synchronization performance and bandwidth requirements for
large files. The FileSync deduplication algorithm detects what changes
have been made to an already replicated file and transmits only the
FS-Incremental minimizes processing time by analyzing and replicating
only files that have changed or are new since the last synchronization.
It will look for altered files within specified time parameters – 12
hours, one day, one week, and so on. Can be used in conjunction with
FileSync Data Deduplication for very large files.
FileSync AppendOnly attaches changes made to a file to the end of the
file. It is especially useful with large transaction log files that
require frequent synchronization.
In addition to FileSync, TANDsoft flagship solutions include OPTA2000
and Sensitive Data Intercept. They are two of TANDsoft’s most popular
products and represent TANDsoft’s expertise in interception technology.
OPTA2000 is the only NonStop solution available for time-critical
simulation. It is a virtual clock- and time zone simulator that allows
existing backup, test, development, and production systems to support
worldwide consolidated applications. It is user-friendly, easily
installed, cost-effective, and requires no application modifications.
OPTA2000 provides date & time and time-zone simulation for all HPE
NonStop Guardian and OSS applications and data bases, with no code
changes. Date simulation and time simulation allow organizations to
"time travel" their applications into the future or past to test all
date- and time-sensitive logic, thereby eliminating the need to manually
change the system clock. Time-zone simulation allows applications to
operate in any virtual time zone on a single NonStop server.
Sensitive Data Intercept seamlessly intercepts HPE NonStop database
access calls, then works with HPE, third-party, and in-house security
products to protect sensitive data-at-rest by encrypting / tokenizing
data written to disk and decrypting / de-tokenizing data read from disk.
TANDsoft’s years of expertise in interception technology make it all
happen without the need for any application modifications, of particular
importance when the source code is unavailable. SDI supports Enscribe,
SQL/MP, and SQL/MX databases. SDI also masks sensitive data from
unauthorized parties, audits who or what is accessing sensitive data,
and logs the dates and times of access.
More TANDsoft products may be found at
TANDsoft solutions are available for NonStop X, vNonStop, and all other
NonStop servers. Check out TANDsoft’s Free Trial program.
Heading to the NonStop Technical Boot Camp? Visit TANDsoft at Booth #36
in the Partner Pavilion, 11-14 November, Hyatt Regency SFO Airport
Hotel, Burlingame, California, USA.
BITUG EDUCATION DAY 2018
Dear Members of BITUG,
Apologies, but we made some errors in previous email, they are
BITUG is pleased to announce an Education Day hosted and presented by
HPE to be held the day after our Little SIG.
Details as follows:
Cost: FREE to all registered BITUG members
When: Wednesday 5th December, 2018
Where: HPE Offices, 1 Aldermanbury Square, London,
Time: 10:00 to 15:30
Registration closes: 30 November, 2018
Subject: Deploying Virtualised NonStop using VMWARE
Here's your chance to learn all about deploying vNS using VMWARE
virtualisation software. Register below.
Spaces are strictly limited to 20 attendees and end user customers of
HPE will have priority. All those who register will receive an email
informing them if they have been successful or not, after registration
To comply with HPE Security, you must register beforehand and
have received an acceptance email. You cannot just turn up on
You may be required to present Photo ID, so please bring this will you
on the day.
If you do register for the education day, are successful, but can no
longer attend, please do let us know so that we can allocate your place
to someone else.
Reminder: Little SIG
registration still open!
Don't forget, Little SIG is being held the previous day - Tuesday 4th
December, 2018 at Lloyds Banking Group offices. More details and how to
Little SIG Event Info and
Of course any questions or queries can be directed to anyone from the
committee, via reply to this email, or from the BITUG website page: https://www.bitug.com/contact-bitug/
For now, we look froward to welcoming you in December.
On behalf of the BITUG Committee - Thanks and see you soon!
No smoke, no mirrors, no snake oil.
Just NonStop Services to suit you
ETI-NET and HPE continued cooperation
with Tape and Backup
Plus ça change, plus c'est la męme chose!
The more things change the more they stay the same. It was only a short
time ago that the NonStop community was in Leipzig Germany for the GTUG
event and right after that we visited the Porsche factory. There is
probably no other car in the world as iconic as the Porsche 911. If you
need a comparison element, take a look at
a the famous 1998
Porsche 911 and then glance across at the new and freshly released 2018
Porsche 911. They might look the same, one could pick up body
differences: a vent here, a wheel housing flare there. Porsche
engineers didn’t sit back and do nothing in the intervening twenty years
even as they erred on the side of caution when working with the overall
shape of the 911.
Pretty much the same can be said nowadays about Tape and Backup
technology. As the requirements and objectives for Tape and Backup
haven’t changed all that much over the past years, what has been
evolving “under the hood” is anything but trivial details. Working with
HPE and the NonStop team, ETI-NET has been all the time aware of the
baby steps the technology itself was taking toward changing Tape and
Backup. Precisely because of that, the significant steps that have been
taken by ETI-NET led to supporting much bigger block sizes than usual.
Compared to the newer models of the Porsche 911 (bigger tires offering
more grip, for example), the block size increase offered by ETI-NET
comes as a transfer performance element to be leveled with the Porsche
performance. The positive outcome from the collaboration of HPE and ETI-NET
engineers is an improved Backup product offering not only bigger block
size, but also significant performance. Let’s take a quick look at the
new and improved NonStop Backup?
With L17.08 RVU large block size support for Tape IOP (NonStop X) has
been implemented. This feature increased the Tape IOP block size from
the former maximum size of 56KB to a new maximum size of 1MB. This
feature improvement is only supported with HPE virtual tape drive (BackBox
VTR and VTC). As we mentioned it at the beginning, the more things
change the more they stay the same and when it comes to computer
systems, they continue to change faster, not only bigger memory and
capacity, but also bigger I/O pipes to storage and communications. This
combination of speed and big pipes was what led to the continuation of
HPE partnership with ETI-NET, partnership that has been in place for a
very long time.
BackBox enhanced capability comes with block size way bigger than 52K,
which was the maximum block size for decades on NonStop. On 52K, the
backup had to be spread
the backup across 8 -10 jobs to saturate
one fiber. Nowadays, HPE is shipping 896K block size; 2 backup streams
are now enough to get the maximum a Fiber Channel (FC) connection can
provide. The need for this capability has come about following the
sizeable uptick in number of transactions being processed – what
represented a large file seven years ago might be just a couple
of megabytes. Today it’s all about data size: moving and recovering
gigabytes and terabytes of data requesting an efficient solution such as
the one HPE and ETI-Net have jointly developed with BackBox.
It’s well known that this year, the entire IT industry has been affected
by Meltdown and Specter, serious viruses that attack personal computers,
servers, mobile devices, and even the cloud. exploiting critical
vulnerabilities in modern processors, including x86 processors. It is
important for NonStop users to know that all fixes that have been
developed by Intel, Microsoft and HPE have been comprehensibly tested.
When it came to potential impact on performance, all these tests run by
the vendors showed no impact or just a minor impact (<5%) on encryption,
compression and multiple stream transfers.
We may not be able to spot a Porsche’s manufacturing year, but when it
comes to today’s NonStop X systems, we should be able to admit that, as
powerful and versatile as they may be, NonStops are mostly a combination
of new software and vastly improved interfaces with different
connectivity paths. If you have any questions about BackBox or our new
vBackBox, don’t hesitate to ask. Furthermore, you can always email us or
give us a call – we would be only too happy to respond to any questions
you may have.
Gravic Presents at OZTUG, ATUG, CTUG, and MEXTUG Fall
Attendees enjoyed our
presentation, HPE Shadowbase Update and Extended Use Cases, at the
recent regional meetings for OZTUG (Sydney and Melbourne), ATUG
(Atlanta), CTUG (Toronto), and MEXTUG (Mexico City). We described how
HPE Shadowbase software works in several use cases and reviewed new HPE
Shadowbase product features, including:
New SQL Repair feature for Shadowbase Compare
Support for DB2 as a source
Enscribe to SQL replication enhancements (featuring
the new SBDDLUTL utility)
Further improvements that simplify migrating
from RDF or OGG to HPE Shadowbase
Additional BASE24™ features, such as full
ATUG, we toured the HPE office in Alpharetta, including the server room,
which contained a physical system running HPE Virtualized NonStop. At
CTUG, we attended several interesting talks, from
Mission Critical Blockchain and
COBOL to Cucumber (from a
customer's perspective). Through several HPE presentations at OZTUG, we
learned more about the Intelligent Edge, SQL/MX, Blockchain/R3 Corda,
and NonStop OS Updates. We also gained insight from a
Customer Experience presentation. At
MexTUG, HPE presented an interesting talk covering the inception of
Hewlett Packard to modern day NonStop. We also met with HPE in their
Santa Fe offices and planned sales and business development strategy for
NonStop as well as the greater MCS group in the region.
stop by Gravic Booth #11
Connect HPE NonStop Technical Boot Camp
on November 12-14 at the
Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport Hotel.
We appreciate the opportunity
to learn from and interact with our NonStop peers on a more in-depth
level at these events. Additionally, we thank all of the participants
including customers, vendors, consultants, and HPE executives and
technical staff for their support.
Gravic Publishes Article:
Engines with Zero Downtime – Part 3
Gravic recently published the third and final part of
the article series,
Switching Replication Engines with Zero Downtime
in the September/October issue of The Connection. When it is necessary
to change or upgrade to a new data replication engine version, a zero
downtime migration imposes no downtime on applications or users, and the
databases all remain consistent, complete, and up-to-date during the
process. This migration technique is similar to the HPE Shadowbase Zero
Downtime Migration (ZDM) technique used to upgrade applications,
database schema formats, file and table locations (or indices), and
operating systems. The ZDM technique results in greatly reduced risks
for error, staff stress levels, and migration costs while still
providing continuous availability during the conversion process.
This article discusses various methods used to switch
replication engines without missing or re-replicating any data (solving
the so-called replication jagged edge problem). For reference, the
Version Independence approach discussed in
avoids interoperating between different software versions.
discusses an improved method that utilizes three
nodes for partial hardware migrations or utilizes four nodes during a
full hardware refresh, as well as bi-directional environments that keep
all (new and old) nodes synchronized as the migration takes place (to
aid in failback without data loss, should a latent issue develop).
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
Thailand NonStop Technology Summit—Bangkok, 26-27
Connect HPE Technical Boot Camp—San Francisco, 11-14
SunTUG Sunshine Summit—Tampa,
1 March, 2019
14-15 May, 2019
Why are so many
of the UK’s Banking services suffering downtime?
Bank service outages are now so regular we’ve
almost stopped caring. Unless you’re an affected customer of one of
these blips, the chances are you shrug your shoulders and get on with
your day. But why are so many banks continuing to let us down?
We in the Nonstop Tandemsphere thought we’d solved
this problem back in 1976.
Banks were then crying out for reliable systems
that would tolerate failures and keep running.
These systems we rely upon today date from before
the days of the Internet, before the days of the iPhone, and certainly
before the days when the words Dark Web and Hackers drifted into modern
use. Since then, we’ve been busy trying to adapt our legacy systems for
the modern world, tacking on bits of software, plugging gaps, changing a
few operational procedures, jumping through a few hoops to satisfy the
regulators. But what continues to happen? Systems fall over, or worse
still freeze like rabbits in headlights.
OmniPayments takes a 21st century
approach to e-payments. We recognise that modern systems require a
number of key characteristics:
Flexible APIs for enterprise
Rapid implementation times
Modern Banks freed from the legacy of
sticky-tape IT systems, have built their infrastructure using modern
practices, emerging technologies while leveraging the strength of solid
OmniPayments transforms your payments
infrastructure either on-prem or as a service enabling you to focus on
your core business of generating profits and serving customers 24/7.
us for more information
GDPR & TW
GDPR: On 25th
May 2018, a new European Union (EU) data protection law, the General
Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), takes effect. The GDPR gives
individuals in the EU more control over how their data is used and
places certain obligations on businesses that process information of
those individuals. We are updating our Policy to take into account the
new requirements of the GDPR.
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VOTING IN THE DIGITAL AGE - WE ARE STILL PLAYING CATCH-UP
The Cybersecurity protecting our
elections needs to reflect their significance with comprehensive
security… and yet we are still playing catch-up.
There are over 50 different
election systems and processes each with varying degrees of
In early 2018, the Center for
American Progress graded “The election security in all 50 states” and
the results aren’t comforting.
Read about it here:
Election CyberSecurity: Playing catch-up
NEW DATE: Registration Open for the Rescheduled MATUG
Fall Users Meeting
If you are unable to attend
the Technical Boot Camp (TBC) in San Francisco next month, then the
Mid-Atlantic Tandem User Group (MATUG) Meeting is a great opportunity to
see the HPE NonStop roadmaps first-hand and to hear all of the latest
news from the TBC on NonStop development, product management, and sales.
Please register via EventBrite
for the MATUG Meeting rescheduled for 8am-5pm on Tuesday, December 4,
2018 at the
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Baltimore-BWI
Airport near Baltimore,
MD, USA. To book a room at the MATUG block rate:
MATUG provides members with the opportunity to participate in quality
informational sessions, learn about new HPE products and services, and
interact with fellow HPE NonStop users. Expect informative presentations
from seven vendors and HPE on:
Technical Boot Camp Wrap-up
with Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technology or DLT)
Modernization: DevOps and Microservices
HPE NonStop HW/SW
The MATUG meeting is open to all HPE NonStop customers, partners, users,
consultants, or interested parties. Members are usually from the
following states: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware,
Virginia, Washington, D.C., and West Virginia, although anyone can
Please forward this
announcement to others in your organization who may be interested in
if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you!
Availability Digest Says HP Has
Launched Bug Bounty Program for Printers
Congratulations to HP for its new bug bounty program for printers, the
first ever in the industry. Historically, printers have not been treated
as a serious hacking threat; and Chief Security Information Officers (CSIOs)
have not been involved in printer purchases. However, in today’s
environment, where hackers target endpoint devices, printers present a
large attack surface. As a result, HP has made cybersecurity a priority
for its Printer Division, which has the largest worldwide market share
of printers sold. Today, a printer flaw that could compromise an entire
network commands an HP reward of up to USD $10,000 if discovered. HP has
partnered with Bugcrowd, a leader in crowdsourced security services, to
manage vulnerability reporting.
The program now covers HP’s Laser Jet Enterprise printers and Page-Wide
Enterprise edition printers.
“HP Launches Bug Bounty Program for Printers” is one of several articles
in recent issues of the Availability Digest. In addition to this story,
read the articles below as well as others.
Reducing Data Center Failures – Digest Managing Editor Dr. Bill
Highleyman has written extensively on data-center failures. In this
article, he explores the concept of a rackless data center. He also
focuses on a product called ShareBackup, which allows backup switches in
a data center to take on network traffic within a fraction of a second
following a switch failure.
Leasing Dark Fiber – In our August 2018 Digest, we introduced the
concept of dark fiber, which are strands of fiber-optic cable that have
been installed in the ground but that remain dormant, or “unlit,”
available for future use. In “Leasing Dark Fiber,” we discuss the
increasing number of companies that are leasing dark fiber to create
their own private networks instead of competing for bandwidth on some
carrier’s existing network. The article offers examples of dark-fiber
networks now deployed, the optical equipment required, and the common
pricing models for dark-fiber leasing.
Active/Active AWS – Amazon Web Services (AWS) has invested heavily in
multi-region active/active architectures. Why the outlay? Multi-region
architectures reduce latency for end users. They improve disaster
recovery. They satisfy business requirements for those enterprises that
must store data in multiple distinct regions. “Active/Active AWS”
discusses the benefits of active/active as well as what is essential to
deploy services across numerous AWS regions.
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
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 on.
Published monthly, the Digest is free and lives at
www.availabilitydigest.com. Please visit our Continuous Availability
Forum on LinkedIn. We are at 804 members and counting. Follow us as well
on Twitter @availabilitydig.
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AN IMPERATIVE PART OF THE HPE NONSTOP SERVER, SECURING FAULT-TOLERANT
XYPRO Technology, an integral
part of every HPE NonStop server, secures fault-tolerant payment
infrastructure and applications, protecting billions of payment
transactions for companies around the world.
Providing a complete, secure and
integrated solution for protected, mission-critical computing, this is
the complete portfolio to meet customer needs for security, compliance,
risk-management and database efficiency.
our recent HPE Customer Case Study here:
HPE Technology Partner, XYPRO, secures fault-tolerant payment
Find out more about us at