Tool for managing software supports the Oldenburgische Landesbank when switching from the BS2000 system on UNIX server ohringen, August 12, 2008 – the migration of the core banking system Kordoba Core24 and the value system of paper KGS (Kordoba global securities) of the mainframe system BS2000 on UNIX server Oldenburgische Landesbank AG (OLB) needed a powerful tool for managing software. The solution emerged from this request out together with Gajo software piTop for the software processing. The OLB headquartered in Oldenburg, and over 170 branches is the largest private regional bank in the Northwest of Lower Saxony, Germany. Tailor-made solutions and the proximity to the customers make it a reliable partner for private and corporate clients. Largely automated software maintenance as a target the Oldenburgische Landesbank and Gebert software work together for over ten years.
So inserted solution JIGS RZA has been used since the mid-1990s by the OLB devised for BS2000 mainframe systems, and especially in the banking sector. Five years later the State Bank introduced the product JIGS-ETS software management under BS2000, 2005 supplemented with JIGS KMS, to serve also the UNIX environment. In mid-2007 it came in a joint pilot project to the birth of a new software product. Because JIGS KMS was too complex for the developer, the OLB managers saw the need to create a pure developer environment? End of 2007 we developed the basic concept together with Gajo software in several working group sessions for piTop\”, Peter Cordes, Director looks back, information technology at the OLB on the project launch. Because, so that we can manage software deliveries of the manufacturer as possible automatically maintain their own changes, we needed a tool that effort gently and safely supports us in the migration processes\”he justified the necessity of adequate tools for managing software. It should provide an intuitive interface for the developer, the composed reasons a simple handling is limited to the main functions.
Minicom advanced systems launches two new multi-user remote access KVM switches for IT Manager of server rooms and data centers Zurich, Switzerland (July 30, 2008) – minicom advanced systems, a leading provider of digital and analog KVM switch and extension solutions, two new multi-user remote access KVM switches for server rooms and data centers IT Manager launches the smart 216 IP and the smart 232 IP (www.minicom.com/ kvm_smart216ip_ger.htm). New products enable a local user, as well as two remote system administrators secure access and control at the BIOS level for up to 16 or 32 servers. Two additional remote user can invoke as serial sessions to control serial devices such as routers, managed network switches or power supply devices. Like all KVM switches from the smart line, the KVM.net II the 216 IP and 232 IP offer seamless integration in minicom system for centralized management with the remote IT access (www.minicom.com/ kvm_net_ger.htm). These new products circular minicom KVM line ab and position minicom as a major player for server room and data center environments”, minicom Vice President for marketing Eran boiler. The smart 216 IP and smart 232 IP (www.minicom.com/ kvm_smart216ip_ger.htm) are rack-mountable and occupy 1U Rackspace offer Minicom KVM over CAT5 technology.
The devices establish a direct connection between switch and each remote server. In doing so, they eliminate the clutter and allow a distance of up to 30 m between server and switch. You have also built-in Web server, which allows two remote users to seamlessly target servers using a single IP address to access. The versatile, extremely powerful smart 216 IP and smart 232 IP solutions for many requests, to manage that are in the environment of distributed server environments and data centers, says KVM product manager Benny Hayumi. Among other things, secure access are guaranteed by security protocols according to industry standards. Minicom used the advanced 128-bit SSL protocol to internal data on protected to each device via remote access.
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