SIBS and AS/400

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Dear All, Could anyone help me distinguish the difference or relation between SIBS (Silverlake Integrated Banking System) and AS/400. Is it a built-in solution of AS/400 or a separate solution? And it's AS/400 is object based design which APP, OS and DB are integrated, how the use access to those layer (APP, DB & OS) work. eg. having an ID can access to all layers or else? Thanks for all your response to my questions.

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AS400 (now branded as Power I or iSeries) is a midrange computer by IBM. When it was being developed in the 80’s the code name was SIlverlake.

SIBS is banking software marketed by Jack Henry ( A major player in banking software in the iSeries)

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