IBM ES/9000: a business perspective
Jim Hoskins, a staff engineer at IBM, revisits the ES/9000 in light of new developments, such as the current trend of moving to distributed systems in which a mainframe acts as a server connected to a number of PCs. This new edition provides a comprehensive technical review of current models in the line as well as the new models that will be added this year.
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HOW DO ES9000 SYSTEMS DIFFER FROM SYSTEM370 SYSTEMS?
511BASED MODEL SPECIFICS
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AD/Cycle allows application enablers application programming interface attached batch cable called Card cartridge Central Processor Central Storage Chapter CICS communications line computer system configurations custom application programs DASD data processing data spaces database disk storage display stations distributed DOS/VS environment ES/9000 Processor Unit ESA/390 architecture ESCON channels ESCON Director executed Expanded Storage functions hardware I/O channels I/O control units I/O devices IBM's installed instructions interactive interface Layer logical partitions LPAR mainframe microcode Model modem multiple multiprocessor MVS/ESA needs NetView node OfficeVision operating system options parallel channels performance personal computer POSIX PR/SM Printer Processor Controller Processor Storage protocol provides remote server shared standard Subsystem Controller Sysplex tape TCP/IP throughput Token-Ring Network upgraded users Vector Facility Version Virtual Address Spaces virtual machine Virtual Storage VM/ESA VSE/ESA workload