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  • High availability planning and testing for iSeries: Notes, gloats, and moats

    Having a high availability (HA) plan is necessary to keep your company productive during adverse conditions. But testing the plan and paying attention to all the minor details is equally important. Fax toner could cause a crisis in communication, and if employees don't show up because there's no emergency contact plan, your business will suffer more than necessary. Generators, air conditioners, UPS, communications, and tools are all on the HA checklist.

  • Seafood company dumps HP3000 for iSeries

    Trident Seafoods has moved to an iSeries shop after looking to expand its operations and keep better track of where the fish it's caught have come from, and where they're going.

  • Go beyond SOX for business continuity

    Achieving SOX compliance does not ensure business resilience or continuity. There are extra steps you should take to make sure that your business is protected.

  • Seven ways autonomics can deliver a healthy, efficient high availability environment -- with less ma

    If you think fully autonomic tools are the things of science fiction, then think again. High availability solutions for the iSeries now include self-healing, self-auditing, and self-learning features. Peter Sa from Lakeview Technology outlines seven ways autonomics can improve your HA environment.

  • Real life experiences: Lessons learned in disaster recovery planning

    Debbie Schwartz shares the lessons she has learned in keeping disaster recovery implementations up-to-date with new and changing business needs.

  • How IT managers can win the SLA game

    With today's high-availability software, IT managers can embrace SLAs. How? By removing both planned and unplanned downtime, which can affect SLA compliance.

  • King for a day

    Application service provider, Kingland Systems Corp., gets high marks for availability policies.

  • Firms partner on HA iSeries storage gateway

    FalconStor, a Melville, New York supplier of storage services software, has partnered with ICM Computer Group, a British supplier of high availability services, to deliver a storage gateway appliance for the iSeries product line.

  • More consolidation in the i world: Audax purchases Bytware

    Audax Group, the private equity firm that owns Help/Systems and recently purchased PowerTech, has added another company to their nest, Bytware. Is this consolidation good for innovation in the AS/400 marketplace?

  • Vision's view of the future of i

    High availability software vendor Vision Solutions' CEO Nicolaas Vlok shares his perspective on the the switch from System i to Power running i, and the global movement of the AS/400 software market.

  • Vision board member guarantees high-availability satisfaction

    System i high-availability (HA) software vendor Vision Solutions recently added former Procter & Gamble and Microsoft technologist Bob Herbold to its board of directors. We talked with Herbold about his role at Vision, the importance of HA software, IT management and more.

  • iTera, Vision look at future of high availability

    Earlier this month, Vision Solutions and iTera, two of System i's biggest high-availability vendors, announced that they would be merging. The combined company will have 3,000 customers and about 13,000 implementations of one of their high-availability software programs.

    We spoke to Nicolaas Vlok, CEO of the new company, and Dan Neville, sales vice president, about what the iTera-Vision product would look like, when users will see it, and what kind of support current customers can expect down the road.

  • IBM expands System i Capacity Backup Editions for SMBs

    IBM has announced more Capacity Backup Editions to help midsized companies with disaster recovery and high availability.

  • Dispenser supplier sticks with System i

    Following a catastrophic power failure and months of wrangling with high availability software, AptarGroup twice has had the opportunity to jump ship from the System i, but stayed.

  • Seven ways autonomics can deliver a healthy, efficient high availability environment -- with less ma

    If you think fully autonomic tools are the things of science fiction, then think again. High availability solutions for the iSeries now include self-healing, self-auditing, and self-learning features. Peter Sa from Lakeview Technology outlines seven ways autonomics can improve your HA environment.

  • How IT managers can win the SLA game

    With today's high-availability software, IT managers can embrace SLAs. How? By removing both planned and unplanned downtime, which can affect SLA compliance.

  • King for a day

    Application service provider, Kingland Systems Corp., gets high marks for availability policies.

  • 2004 Products of the Year: Top high-availability products

    In a world where businesses that run 24x7 is often the norm, you need tools to ensure your uptime. These products do just that -- for OS/400 and for Linux running on the iSeries.

  • How to: Resolve a data replication lag in a high availability solution

    If a high availability solution component includes data replication between two machines, a lag may occur. You should contact your HA solution vendor, but a line compressor hardware solution may help.

  • Dispenser supplier sticks with System i

    Following a catastrophic power failure and months of wrangling with high availability software, AptarGroup twice has had the opportunity to jump ship from the System i, but stayed.

  • King for a day

    Application service provider, Kingland Systems Corp., gets high marks for availability policies.