EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Dec. 10 (Korea Bizwire) — Phoenix Software International, Inc., today announced it has expanded its source code licensing agreement with IBM for IBM z/OS® JES3. As part of the agreement, Phoenix Software International plans to build on their initial JES3 source code license to add additional components in the Bulk Data Transfer space. This enables Phoenix Software International to bring to market a new set of product offerings, including derivative Bulk Data Transfer (BDT) components, File-to-File for JES2, JES3 and JES3plus® environments and System Network Architecture (SNA) Network Job Entry (NJE) for JES3 and JES3plus environments, planned for 2021.
The BDT File-to-File element allows users of one z/OS system to copy or move MVS Sequential and Partitioned Data Sets to or from another z/OS system over a traditional SNA network or one that is carried over an IP infrastructure using Enterprise Extender (EE) technology. File-to-File supports a structured schedule for the copy/move operations and works with any z/OS system no matter which JES is in use. The BDT SNA/NJE element allows z/OS systems using JES3 or JES3plus to transfer jobs and job output over those same SNA-based networks.
JES3plus® V1R0, the first release of Phoenix Software’s JES3 derivative product, became available earlier this year offering a solution for z/OS customers wishing to remain on JES3 based functionality. Functional enhancements are being field tested now and are expected to be made generally available to customers in the first quarter of 2021.
To read the full story, see the Phoenix Software International Blog post: https://phoenixsoftware.com/article.php?20201210
For more information about JES3plus, visit https://phoenixsoftware.com/jes3plus.htm.
About Phoenix Software International
Phoenix Software International, Inc. (www.phoenixsoftware.com), is a systems software development company providing advanced software applications to enterprises around the globe. The company offers a wide range of solutions to modern business challenges.
Source: Phoenix Software International via GLOBE NEWSWIRE