The Unix SIG leadership is pleased to announce plans for a series of Unix oriented webcasts and online discussions. If you are currently using HP-UX or Tru64 UNIX and are interested in networking with other users, we encourage you to get involved today.
Networks are growing in importance and scope for today's organizations. As a longtime networking industry leader, HP Networking is a safe choice for the best available products, solutions and customer care (services and technical support) to meet those challenges.
HP NonStop powers the world's largest corporations, providing massive scaling and 24x7 availability. The mission of this user group is to promote NonStop technology by facilitating communications and technical information sharing among the members of the NonStop community.
OpenVMS is a multi-user, multiprocessing virtual memory-based operating system (OS) designed for use in time sharing, batch processing, real time (process priorities can be set higher than OS kernel jobs) and transaction processing. It offers high system availability through clustering, or the ability to distribute the system over multiple physical machines.
DEFINITION - Virtualization is the creation of a virtual (rather than actual) version of something, such as an operating system, a server, a storage device or network resources. You probably know a little about virtualization if you have ever divided your hard drive into different partitions. A partition is the logical division of a hard disk drive to create, in effect, two separate hard drives.