Source: Storage Technology Corporation
StorageTek LibraryStation software uses a client/server approach to automate MVS operations, providing enterprisewide storage management, remote vaulting and shared library resources
StorageTek LibraryStation software uses a client/server approach to automate MVS operations, providing enterprisewide storage management, remote vaulting and shared library resources. It allows non-MVS users to access reliable mainframe automated tape libraries.
Store data across the enterprise. Clients on different platforms can use the MVS as the server for a safe, secure, common repository for mission-critical data. Utilize common automated library resources.
Selectively secure data. Security interfaces (RACF and CA-ACF2) limit client access to LibraryStation-controlled volumes and MVS access to client-controlled volumes.
Keep data in place. Uses a combination of client/server software and channel extension for remote vaulting to eliminate the need to physically move media.
Straightforward connection. Supports TCP/IP, APPC/LU 6.2 and XCF without additional hardware or software requirements.
Add more clients. Parallel Sysplex increases the number of MVS images to an architectural limit of 256, from a maximum of 16 LibraryStation software systems.
Save time. Data is stored in automated libraries so recovery is fast.
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