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September 26, 2008  10:21 AM

A look at the future of i from Vision



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Disaster recovery, High availability, iSeries software

Now that we’ve had a few months since IBM’s announcement that the System i would be grouped with System p under the...

July 10, 2008  7:11 AM

A testimonial on installing a System i blade



Posted by: Mark Fontecchio
Blogroll, Disaster recovery, Operating systems, System i hardware

Lukas Beeler has a thorough post about his experience with


May 5, 2008  4:01 PM

Share your thoughts with IBM



Posted by: Leah Rosin
COMMON, Disaster recovery, High availability

In 2007, the Common Europe "Top Concerns" survey found that people in the AS/400 user community were most concerned about high...

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November 6, 2007  4:29 PM

Vision Solutions’ Lakeview acquisition apparently paying off



Posted by: Atrujillo
Disaster recovery, High availability

High availability and disaster recovery software provider Vision Solutions Inc. recently announced a significant increase in sales volume following the acquisition of Lakeview Technology. According to the Irvine, Calif.-based...


March 27, 2007  11:50 AM

Monitoring for *Escape messages in AJS (Advanced Job Scheduler)



Posted by: Brein Matturro
Disaster recovery, iSeries software, System management

A lot of System Administrators utilize BRMS and IBM's Advanced Job Scheduler to backup thier systems.   In the past, one of the major drawbacks to the AJS was the fact that you couldn't directly monitor for *Escape messages within the AJS command definitions. You had to create a CLP shell in...


March 27, 2007  11:37 AM

Hello…



Posted by: Brein Matturro
Blogroll, Disaster recovery, Operating systems, Security – alerts – compliance, System management

Hello ...

My name is Kenneth Graap and I will be sharing my thoughts on System i Backup/Recovery, Security and general System Administration.

This is my first attempt at "blogging"... It should be interesting!

Kenneth


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