Sine Nomine Associates provides enterprise-quality support for OpenAFS.
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Service and product offerings provided by Sine Nomine Associates.
Sine Nomine Associates can help your enterprise find the right-sized, cost-appropriate solutions for disaster recovery, business continuity, and data backup and archiving.
Sine Nomine Associates is pleased to announce Version 1.0 of the Debian SSL Enabler, a preconfigured Linux system that enables the use of the IBM VM SSL code shipped with z/VM 4.3, 4.4, and 5.1. It is also possible to use it in conjunction with z/VM 3.1, 4.1, or 4.2, although this is not tested or supported by Sine Nomine Associates.
What is the NJE/IP Bridge?
Sine Nomine Associates’ NJE/IP Bridge allows a user to interconnect NJE communication services on unmodified OS/390, VM, z/VM, z/OS, VSE, TPF and -- for the first time – open systems (such as Linux or Solaris) connected to IPv4 and IPv6 IP networks.
These utilities and applications help users of z/VM and Linux for System z solve common administrative challenges.
OpenAFS is one of the most established multi-platform enterprise file systems available, having delivered distributed data storage and availability to mission critical operations for over twenty years.
We are dedicated to applying science to the design of highly efficient mission critical facilities and workspaces for technology monitoring and data systems management.
Our design engineering staff has worked over the past 30 years designing and engineering hundreds of mission critical control rooms, network operations centers, and enterprise command centers. You have your best people keeping your IT systems at peak performance and they need the best tools and work environment.
This offering delivers a complete worldwide 24x7 telephone and email-based support service for the Debian/390 distribution.
EXT2FREE is a REXX function module and application library that allows CMS applications to directly access and modify data files stored in Linux ext2 and ext3 formatted minidisks attached to INACTIVE Linux systems.