IBM recently published a list of software developers indicating that they support z/OS V2.2. Sine Nomine Associates is included in the list providing support for NJE/IP Bridge as of September 1, 2016.
z/OS and its ancestors (MVS, OS/390, et al)
These are presentations from the October 2011 meeting of the Hillgang, a Washington DC area mainframe user group. Some of the material in this section is provided courtesy other organizations, and posted here with the permission of the copyright owners.
In a July 15, 2010 presentation for Hillgang, the DC Vm and Linux Users' Group, Len Diegel offered a review of current trends and challenges across the IT industry, the impact of Cloud computing, and a Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) analyses that compares running Linux on commodity servers (x86) with other solutions including VMware, z/VM, and public virtual solutions.
From the Hillgang abstract:
What are issues related to supporting OS/390 or z/OS in a virtual machine?
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.
This white paper is intended to provide a working discussion paper for system admins and network engineers charged with implementing a layer 3 router appliance between a z/VM guest LAN and a hardware hipersocket LAN in a zSeries environment.
This white paper describes a sample implementation of the NJE/IP Bridge, a product developed by Sine Nomine Associates and marketed by Barnard Software, Inc. The paper describes a sample network, and shows the configuration files and steps necessary to implement the sample network.