IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - September 2012 - (Page 44)

Solutions New offerings in the marketplace Robot/SCHEDULE Enterprise Help/Systems H elp/Systems enhances Robot/SCHEDULE Enterprise, the enterprise job scheduler for Power Systems* running IBM i. The new version: SafeNet/i Kisco Information Systems K isco Information Systems releases version 9.0 of SafeNet/i, its IBM i network security solution, formerly known as SafeNet/400. The name change reflects the commitment of the software to current IBM technology, according to the company. Version 9.0 enhancements include: ¡ The option to log transaction activity to both a database file and an IBM i journal, which can act as a baseline that can’t be changed ¡ Capability to track access rule changes ¡ A new exit-point check for spooled file security ¡ An optional scanning method for checking on object-level security in the IFS ¡ Path name lengths have been expanded to 512 characters ¡ Reporting of specific field changes ¡ A complete redesign of the menu interface to group like options more granularly ¡ Additional controls for SQL verb selection limits, FTP command usage limits and control over IP addresses connecting to the system for FTP and Telnet purposes ¡ Four available versions: Lite, Basic, Advanced and Enterprise OS SUPPORT: IBM i 7.1-5.4 PRICE: Starting at $1,295 for the Lite version URL: ¡ Can integrate Microsoft* SQL Server jobs into an enterprise schedule ¡ Extends Robot/SCHEDULE Enterprise, the job scheduler for IBM i, Windows*, UNIX* and Linux* servers ¡ Includes scheduling for SQL Server jobs into a single, cross-system job stream ¡ Lets SQL Server jobs react to system events, processes, file arrival and directory change events on any Windows, UNIX or Linux server connected to Robot/SCHEDULE Enterprise ¡ Allows users to view SQL Server job statuses using Robot/SCHEDULE’s management tools OS SUPPORT: IBM i 7.1-5.4; contact for supported UNIX versions and Linux distributions PRICE: Variable URL: www. STORServer Backup Appliance STORServer TORServer releases the STORServer Backup Appliance, a compact, fully integrated solution for backup and archive, supporting multiple disaster recovery options. The STORServer BA series features: ¡ Fully integrated hardware and software in one 2U package ¡ A 15 TB disk-based storage pool with a six-core processor and 32 GB of memory S ¡ Backup data across multiple platforms and locations, including virtual machines, local and remote devices ¡ Central management of all devices from one location ¡ Support for most operating systems, applications and databases ¡ Easy integration with other appliances in the STORServer suite OS SUPPORT: AIX* 7.1-6.1, UNIX*, Linux* PRICE: $22,995 URL: 44 SEPTEMBER 2012

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - September 2012

IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems - September 2012
Editor's Desk: It's the Economy, Genius
IBM Perspective: Myths and Truths About Cost
Dashboard: Big Bang to Big Data; A Wooden Light Bulb?; CEOs Going Social; Bubble 'Bots
Insider: Virtualization Blends the Best of Disk and Tape
Case Study: Mobile Defender: Jacksonville Public Defender's Office better serves clients with document imaging and mobile access
Cover Story: A Pivotal Position: CFOs link up with CIOs to move business forward
Feature: A New Lease on Your Business Life: Analyst Cal Braunstein offers economic perspective and advice
Focus on Storage: Store More Data With New Real-time Compression Technology
Next: Biometric Identifiers Will Soon Allow CIOs to Worry Less About Authentication Issues
FYI: Hot, Warm and Cold Data Find a Home With Storage Groups
Solutions: SafeNet/i; STORServer Backup Appliance; Robot/SCHEDULE Enterprise; SignHere 1.3.3; Double-Take for AIX 4.0; Presto 4; ARCAD 8.15; Compleo Designer; JD Edwards World A9.3; Change Tracker
Advertisers Index
Snapshot: Enselman Books Through Application Modernization
Reference Point - Global Events, Education, Resources for Power Systems
Women in Technology
Publisher's Letter: Leaders in Technology
CIO Jeanette Horan steers Big Blue into newly charted waters
FIDM's Roxanne Reynolds-Lair explains what makes her tick
IT is right where IBM's Zarina Stanford wants to be
Technology runs in the blood of zNextGener Kristine Harper
Susan Gantner works magic as a programmer and educator
Kirsten Craft enjoys taking on the challenges that come with an IT position
On the Move: These women have also pursued notable IT careers
2012 Power Systems Buyer's Guide Index

IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - September 2012