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  • This roll-out slide shows the significant progress made by OpenVMS Engineering to port the OpenVMS Operating System, tools and layered products to Itanium® platform. The milestones show how this work has exceeded all expectations!!!
  • OpenVMS V8.3 for Alpha and Integrity shipped in September 2006. This release includes support for dual-core Intel® Itanium®2 processor based systems as well as upgrades to the rx2620 and rx4640 systems, expanded cluster configuration support, performance and scalability enhancements, updates for security and standards, and support for utility pricing. OpenVMS V8.3-1H1 is an Integrity only release that added support for the HP c-Class BL860c Integrity Blades server.. This release shipped in November 2007. OpenVMS now supports the HP c-Class BL860c Integrity Blade systems as well as c7000 and c3000 blades enclosures. V8.3-1H1 provides supports the dual-core Intel® Itanium@2 processor 9100 series and PCI Express backplanes for the currently shipping family of Integrity Servers. This release will also support booting your OpenVMS Integrity Servers with only a graphics console connected and Virtual Media support allowing for remote PC DVD’s to be used for Installation. OpenVMS V8.4 will be a new feature release on both the AlphaServer and Integrity server platforms. New OpenVMS releases will continue into the future on a 18-24 month schedule. Standard support for OpenVMS Version 8.2 on Integrity systems ends December 31, 2006. OpenVMS Alpha Version 7.3-2 begins Prior Version Support (PVS) on January 1, 2007. VAX releases: OpenVMS VAX will continue to be supported into the future.
  • Foundation Operating Environment (FOE) The OpenVMS on HP Integrity servers Foundation Operating Environment (FOE) is a fully featured operating environment. It is a lower-cost OpenVMS solution that delivers manageability and interoperability features for the price-sensitive organization. Enterprise Operating Environment (EOE) The OpenVMS on HP Integrity servers Enterprise Operating Environment (EOE) includes all the components of the FOE, plus tools to enhance the user experience in the areas of manageability, single-system availability, and performance. The EOE addresses customer requirements for management of data in their application environment. This includes both the replication of data stored within their SAN storage environment, as well as the journaling of data being used within their applications. Host-based Volume Shadowing and RMS Journaling provide robust management of data utilized by customer applications, and insure the access to the data is both consistent and highly available. Mission Critical Operating Environment (MCOE) The premium Mission Critical Operating Environment (MCOE) bundle delivers the ultimate user experience in terms of multi-system availability. This package includes everything in the FOE and EOE plus: OpenVMS Clusters and Reliable Transaction Router (RTR) Backend. The MCOE is designed for customer’s requiring up to 100% applications availability and / or a Disaster Tolerant environment allowing application and data access to fail over to another location. The OpenVMS Cluster software is fully integrated with the storage environment utilized by large customer applications allowing seamless failover of application and data access in the result of a failure. Reliable Transaction Router (RTR ) provides a multi-OS scalable, disaster tolerant middleware transaction processing (TP) solution which for businesses where downtime is not an option. RTR is available for the following platforms: OpenVMS, Linux I32 Front-end and Windows. HP-UX and Linux Integrity product releases are planned for 2007. A la carte ordering EOE and MCOE components (products) not included in the FOE can also be purchased a la carte.
  • Objectives: To highlight HP’s specific VSE solution for OpenVMS Integrity Servers Notes: Let’s take a look at the specific solution HP offers today. HP Systems Insight Manager is the central console for the planning, integration, configuration and automation of your virtualized environment. SIM has recently been enhanced with Capacity Advisor and Virtualization Manager, as well as an improved global Workload Manager We have enhanced our partitioning capability with virtual machines, which we’ll discuss in a moment We offer three utility pricing solutions, including pay-per-use for leased systems as well as instant capacity, allowing you to add resources as you grow, and temporary instant capacity, for systems with high levels of demand fluctuation. HP will offer attractive licensing terms for OpenVMS in virtualized systems These solutions take the complexity out of managing a virtualized environment. In the rest of this presentation, we will look closely at the details of the VSE solution.
  • OpenVMS Virtual Server Environment (VSE) The goal of HP’s Virtual Server Environment is to enable customers to get more useful processing out of their compute resources. HP and Industry customer studies show that most systems are utilised less than 30% of the time and even then may not be able to cope with peaks during Month End or the Christmas Rush. This is partly due to the compartmentalization of computers into fixed and rigid tasks – typically one system to one application – preventing the pooling of resources to cope with the peaks. Virtualization allows customers to view their compute resources as a shared pool with HP VSE software automatically distributing workloads across the pool ensuring SLAs are met. As well as these real time, automatic scheduling capabilities HP’s Utility Pricing Solutions, Instant Capacity and Pay Per Use, ensure customers only pay for what they use over the lifetime of the systems. Global Workload Manager – gWLM – gWLM for OpenVMS Integrity and Alpha enables the following: Potential for much improved utilization of Integrity or Alpha CPUs across multiple work streams, managing multiple systems and clusters Automatic CPU resource allocation to satisfy Service Level Agreements of multiple Business Units, based on IS Management defined policies Intuitive management from GUI and comprehensive reporting tools. gWLM benefits Lower cost solution than purchasing additional CPUs to satisfy increasing work load demands As workloads grow, gWLM restricts the escalation of hardware maintenance, service, operating system, floor space, electricity and air conditioning costs Reduces 3rd Party software costs as CPU count is kept to a minimum gWLM Central Management Server (CMS) – is capable of managing scores of heterogeneous (OpenVMS, HP-UX and Linux) gWLM server agents on multiple systems from a single console. It runs on Systems Insight Manager, SIM. CMS is available on Windows XP, HP-UX and Linux workstations. Both CMS and SIM are free downloads. Virtual Machine – HPVM – Virtual Machine enables multiple applications to be processed on one CPU with fine granularity and the following benefits: Ability to run multiple applications on a single CPU; Resource allocation on a per-application basis; Security isolation between applications; Fault isolation between applications; Resource accounting on a per-application basis. HPVM is also the Platform Manager or Hypervisor, based on the HP-UX Kernel, hosting the other Itanium operating systems including OpenVMS, that will automatically benefit from these advantages. A pre-requisite for HPVM is Intel Montecito/Montvale processor support. Note that OpenVMS Process on AlphaServer and Itanium already delivers: Ability to run multiple applications on a single CPU; Resource allocation on a per-application basis; Security isolation between applications; Fault isolation between applications; Resource accounting on a per-application basis on standalone or clustered OpenVMS systems. Instant Capacity on Demand – iCAP – enables those customers that purchase systems in preference to leasing, to acquire over-configured systems from day one and only pay a a small percentage of the price of those CPUs not activated at the outset. Over time, as demand grows, customers can ‘turn on’ additional CPUs without having to stop the system and only then pay the balance for those CPUs. Temporary Instant Capacity on Demand – TiCAP – enables customers to acquire a 30 CPU day activity license, allowing them to turn on the extra capacity in their systems for 30 CPU days with a granularity of 30 minutes. At the end of the 30 CPU days customers may acquire another TiCAP license, permanently activate temporary CPUs through iCAP or turn off the iCAP CPUs. TiCAP is proving very popular with HP-UX customers as it’s very cost-effective for coping with expected and unexpected resource demands. Global Instant Capacity – GiCAP – scheduled to ship in early 2008, enables customers to move iCAP resources across a cluster or systems on the network thereby allocating CPU resources to where they’re need throughout the working day or 24/7. Pay Per Use – PPU – applicable for leased systems through HP Leasing only, enables customers to only pay for the CPU resources that they use on a monthly basis. Active CPU continuously monitors how many CPUs are active at any given moment and the customer is charged for the aggregated average usage per month. Independent Software Vendors prefer this style of PPU licensing. Percent CPU continuously monitors the percentage CPU utilisation across the whole CPU population with all CPUs permanently active. Once again the customer is only charged for the aggregated percent utilisation per month. Customers tend to prefer Percent CPU as all CPUs are active at all times improving response times to all applications. Capacity Advisor enables system managers to perform ‘what-if’ analyses on systems across the network based on historically gathered data, highlighting where performance can be optimised by shifting workloads. This tool is good for assessing the impact of adding a new work stream, re-organising system configurations, upgrading systems, splitting workloads etc.. Virtualization Manager, Visualization and VM Manager greatly ease the management of multiple systems running heterogeneous operating systems (OpenVMS, HP-UX, Linux and Windows64) and Virtual Machines across the network presenting a graphical view of CPU, Memory, Network, Disk & VM utilisation and gWLM policies. The system manager or administrator can drill down to low levels to ascertain the performance of any and all workloads on any system in the network. VSE Management Server V4.0 – currently runs on Windows, HP-UX and Linux and will manage OpenVMS systems when the server components are available. Galaxy/vPars on Integrity - Galaxy will not be ported to Integrity. Soft Partitioning that Galaxy delivers on AlphaServer is accomplished with Virtual Machine on Integrity.
  • OpenVMS Integrity Nodes can simply be “added into” existing Clusters! – With the support of OpenVMS for Integrity Servers, an OpenVMS cluster can have both Alpha and Integrity nodes in the same cluster, using the same interconnects (LAN/Gigabit/10/100) and same shared storage (FC Switched). Same data format exists in either architecture, so there are no restrictions on storage connections! A truly evolutionary view for including OpenVMS for Integrity Servers into your production environment! Only Alpha and Integrity nodes are fully supported together in a cluster. Adding VAX systems into such a cluster is not supported, but is “allowed” for the purposes of development and migration, with the intent of removing the VAX systems from the cluster once the work is complete. See the cluster SPD for further details. Integrity Server Shared SCSI Cluster support – with V8.2-1, 2 Integrity servers can share common SCSI storage within an OpenVMS cluster through the use of existing U320 SCSI adapters and the new MSA30 mi (Multi-Initiator) shelf. This is a very specific 2-node configuration, refer to the OpenVMS Guidelines to Cluster Configuration manual for the specific details. Support of Clusters over TCP/IP – Planned for OpenVMS V8.4 is support of the passing of SCS (host-to-host cluster communication) over the TCP/IP protocol through existing LAN adapters (rather than a specific SCS protocol as is true today). This allows DT customers expanded flexibility in terms of long-distance cluster communications options. New Cluster Interconnect – New IC Technologies – OpenVMS will be working on support for the latest low-latency interconnect technologies, targeted at the Integrity Servers only. Current thinking is that RDMA/iWARP technologies are candidates, although the goal is to align the VMS support to the solution that will be embraced by the other HP O/S environments so a “standard” interconnect model is used. LAN Hardware (NIC) support – Ethernet will continue to be a focal point as a cluster Interconnect and LAN device. New devices like PCIe and 4 port Mezzanine LAN cards for blades were rolled out with OpenVMS V8.3-1H1. There will be continued new cards both Stand up and Mezzanine that will be supported.
  • In VMS 8.3, the full Symbolic links support was delivered and Byte Range Locking is also introduced with a 4Gigabyte limit for our initial implementation. Post VMS 8.3, an SDK will be delivered for POSIX style pathnames to support the Symbolic names and to implement a true UNIX tree. This SDK will support OpenVMS 8.2-1 and 8.3 and will include an update to GNV. In future releases of OpenVMS, the CRTL and the Base Operating systems will continue to be changed to support major Unix functions. A list of investigations is provided. Semaphores are similar to VMS locking and is used to coordinating or synchronizing activities in which multiple processes compete for the same operating system resources. Shared Write for Stream files allows for two processes to have coordinated write access to the same file. GNV (Gnu Not VMS) is the Unix shell and utilities for OpenVMS. With OpenVMS V8.3, there have been significant improvements to the Make file capability as well as support for Symbolic links and POSIX style pathnames. GNV will continue to be expanded over time so that Unix developers will be able to port applications to OpenVMS like any other flavor of UNIX.
  • MSA array support – OpenVMS continues to support the MSA family of storage arrays. The MSA1500 array is only supported on OpenVMS with the V7 MSA firmware that enables “active-active” controller configurations. Ongoing EVA storage support - OpenVMS will continue to support new releases of the EVA storage array product line and supports the current generation of EVA’s 4100/6100/8100. EVA Continuous Access “active-active” mirroring support, where the controller’s mirror copy can be accessed as well as the master of the mirror set is supported on OpenVMS. Ongoing support for XP Storage Array – OpenVMS continues to support XP Storage Arrays family. OpenVMS supports the New XP24000 and XP2000’s arrays in addition to the support of the XP12000 and XP 10000. Support for Backplane RAID Adapters . In 2002, OpenVMS supported the new Smart-Array Ultra 160 backplane RAID solution supported by AlphaServers (Ramanujan). This was based on V7.3-1. In Summer 2006, the updated Ultra 320 variant of the same adapter was supported on AlphaServers and Integrity Servers. 4gb FC – V8.3 on Integrity servers has support for 4gb Fibre Channel HBA’s – note that these are NOT available on AlphaServers SAS – Starting with servers in late 2006, OpenVMS support a new generation of Serial Attached SCSI cards (SAS) – initially as an internal-only card. With OpenVMS V8.3-1H1 OpenVMS now supports the SMART Array P800 SAS controller allowing for external SAS connections to the MSA60 and MSA70 direct-attached storage enclosures . iSCSI – An Early Adopters Kit (EAK) software only version of the iSCSI kit is now available with OpenVMS V83.1-H1. As this is a software only solution if it not recommended for Large I/O Production environments. The longer term iSCSI strategy is to leverage off of intelligent LAN/Offload Engine cards, allowing HW-based iSCSi connections. This a targeted as a V8.4 deliverable. HP Tape/Library support – OpenVMS continues to support the full spectrum of MSL and ESL & EML tape libraries from HP within a SAN environment (new libraries will NOT be supported in a direct-attached mode). Also included is support for the e-Series library partitioning capability via MRU V1.8A release. Also, OpenVMS supports the LTO2,3 and 4 series of tape drives, as well as the SDLTx (2,3) series of drives. OpenVMS also supports the new Virtual Tape library (VLS) offerings. Additionally, the 1/8 Autoloader is supported as a direct-attached tape environment for both Alpha and Integrity servers with MRU V1.8A.
  • OpenVMS Enterprise Backup Solutions cover technologies available to the OpenVMS community which provide a data backup/restore capability which will not require data movement across a network link to another server on a non-OpenVMS environment. Many third parties provide client-based solutions, or something that is “OpenVMS BACKUP Utility” based. We have chosen here to list the HP-produced solutions and those solutions which support a true Heterogeneous environment. Choice is the keyword here – there is no “recommended” solution – only one that meets the customer need for enterprise backup/restoration….. HP OpenView Data Protector – This HP-provided Data Protection product suite introduced support for OpenVMS in the Summer of 2003. The initial offering provided both the Media Agent and Disk Agent for OpenVMS – allowing backup/restoration of OpenVMS data from an OpenVMS host – but still requiring a “server” on another non-OpenVMS platform to control cataloging, backup control, etc. HP OpenView Data Protector provided support for the Oracle backup agent and the Integrity server port in H1 2006, and plans to support for the Oracle Rdb backup agent in H1 2007; Also under investigation is the potential for an OpenVMS-based server. This product will be offered as a part of the overall Data Protector product suite. Legato NetWorker® support – In Q4 2002, Legato delivered an OpenVMS client and “storage node” - the first heterogeneous offering of it’s kind for OpenVMS. This deliverable allows a Legato server (on a non-OpenVMS node) to initiate and control a backup/restoration activity on an OpenVMS system, where the data is moved to tape directly to/from the OpenVMS system (no network data movement required). This offering is a part of the larger NetWorker product suite. In Q2 2004, Legato introduced new functionality allowing support of ODS-5 storage devices and Oracle/Oracle Rdb backup agents. The port of NetWorker to Integrity servers was released in H1 2006. Down the road, the potential for an OpenVMS-based server will be investigated. HP Services resells both the service and licenses for Legato NetWorker. Archive Backup System V4.3.01 (Q2 2006): Included RDF Support for VMS Alpha V8.2 Archive Backup System V4.4 (Q4 2006) ABS V4.4 supports OpenVMS V8.3, as well as providing performance enhancements and continued new tape library qualification and bug fixes. Archive Backup System V4.4A (Q3 2007) Introduced support for Oracle 10gR2 for both Alpha and Integrity, and introduce port of RDF (remote data facility tape support) to Integrity servers Storage Library System V2.9J ECO1 (Q3 2006) Alpha: Included RDF Support Alpha 8.2+ and ongoing bug fixes. Subsequent releases will concentrate on remedial fixes and support for new versions of OpenVMS. There will be no support for new tape devices after V2.9H timeframe, and no new features will be introduced. No port to Integrity is planned. Full migration plans/support will be offered from SLS to other backup solutions via service offerings, white papers, etc. NEW!!!!!! Tape library Matrix for SLS/ABS is now available at http://h71000.www7.hp.com/openvms/storage/smstape_matrix.html .
  • OpenVMS Storage Management Software Products: Media Robot Utility V1.8A with partitioning support and 1/8 autoloader support was delivered in January 2006 Disk File Optimizer V3.0 released in Q3 2007. The product was enhanced to use 64-bit pointers instead of 32-bit pointers. DFO will now get the virtual pages from P2 space instead of P0 space. These enhancements allow for de-fragmentation of larger disks and could also provide performance gains in certain scenarios. Save Set Manager V1.8 has been qualified on OpenVMS V8.3 Alpha and Integrity. RAID Software for OpenVMS 3.0 has been qualified on OpenVMS V8.3 Alpha and Integrity. Hierarchical Storage Manager V4.3 has been qualified on OpenVMS V8.3 Alpha and Integrity. HSM takes older files and moves them to tape or disk (shelving product). Data Cartridge Server Component V3.3 (DCSC) provides the capability for OpenVMS, including SLS, ABS and HSM to work with StorageTek’s ACSLS to share StorageTek silos with other vendors. DCSC V3.3 supports ACSLS packet level four transfers and is the version that was ported to OpenVMS on Integrity. All of these OpenVMS Storage Management Software products: Have been qualified with OpenVMS V8.3 Alpha and 8.3-1H1 Integrity Were made available for OpenVMS Integrity on the HP Integrity Servers in Q1 2005
  • Website: http://h71000.www7.hp.com/openvms/security.html In OpenVMS Alpha V8.2, we provided an Alternative Login/out image that will allow for non-VMS style authentications to be understood on OpenVMS. A LDAP AND Kerberos ACME agent is also provided. These are ready for production with V8.3 by applying a patch kit. SSL for OpenVMS is a port of OpenSSL the secure socket layer (also known as “transport layer security”) that is used for data privacy over the network. Shipping for OpenVMS is SSL for OpenVMS V1.3. OpenVMS V8.3 features a fully integrated SSL for OpenVMS V1.3 and this is a port of OpenSSL 0.9.7e CDSA (Common Data Security Architecture) was developed by Intel and is an Open Group standard used on many major computer platforms. With OpenVMS V8.3 Secure Delivery has been added to the O/S and this capability validates that software patch kits and layered products have not been modified this functionality is fully integrated into the PCSI installation utility. KERBEROS support will be upgraded to the latest version on and new VMS-quality documentation is being provided. We will also be providing a Kerberos ACME agent to allow for automatic granting of Kerberos credentials to a process when it is logged in. Buffer Overflow Protection - On Integrity servers this feature prevents against the latest form of Security vulnerability. ENCRYPTION Integration – With OpenVMS V8.3, the encryption library is now part of the OpenVMS operating system and no separate layered product is required. For OpenVMS V8.3 AES support reduces the amount of CPUs needed to encrypt your data with stronger encryption and this works with the BACKUP utility as well. Open Source Security Projects – OpenVMS Engineering is porting common Open Source security projects to OpenVMS. Currently, Stunnel (a TCP connection encryption wrapper) and GnuPG are available for download from our website http://h71000.www7.hp.com/opensource/opensource.html Future OpenSource security projects include SNORT for Network Intrusion Detection and SSLDump. IPSEC functionality with be available post-8.3 with a early adopters kit.
  • The current versions of TCP/IP Services are V5.5 and V5.6. TCP/IP V5.7 will be released with OpenVMS V8.4. IPsec Support - EAK has been release in support of OVMS V8.3 & V5.6 of TCP/IP . IPSec to be supported in V5.7 of TCP/IP
  • Our major focus continues to be new features for TCP/IP. We will continue to support and maintain the DECnet products (DECnet Phase IV and DECnet-Plus) and WAN products. We will provide new releases of both DECnet-Plus and DECnet Phase IV for each new release of the OpenVMS Operating System. Plans are to follow the OpenVMS V8.4 release schedule. To accommodate customers who wish to take advantage of a single network backbone, but have older applications that depend on the DECnet protocols (NSP or OSI), we recommend DECnet over TCP/IP (DECnet Plus), which allows you to send the DECnet protocols over a wide area TCP/IP network backbone. X.25 for OpenVMS X.25 V2.0 is available on Alpha and Integrity. NIC’s for Integrity servers will not be supported. We recommend X.25 over IP in support of Integrity servers. X.25 V2.0 supports OpenVMS V8.3 and V8.3-1H1 of the O/S and will follow the release schedule of OpenVMS V8.4 Device Drivers The PBXDD X.25 NIC will continue to be supported on Alpha (2 & 4 port NICs). The PBXDD will not support Integrity. Alternative approaches exist (X.25 over IP, etc) versus porting a driver and support of new synch cards. X.25 V2.0 supports Integrity over IP as of H2 2005 but not via a NIC.
  • Advanced Server V7.3B - is available in support of V8.3 of OpenVMS on Alpha. Advanced Server for OpenVMS will not be ported to Integrity servers. The HP OpenVMS Common Internet File System (CIFS) on Samba is the replacement for the Advanced Server product. Common Internet Files System (CIFS) based on Samba - Samba is the popular industry standard open source file and print server that ships with most distributions of UNIX and Linux today. The first release of a Samba (CIFS) offering on OpenVMS has been provided in support of OpenVMS enterprise file and print customers with numerous industry standard features that the Advanced Server does not offer today. CIFS V1.0 – Is the production quality release in support of both Integrity server and AlphaServer systems and was released in December 2007. The product is known as HP OpenVMS Common Internet File System (CIFS) Based on Samba. Presently, CIFS V1.0 can be downloaded from the OpenVMS CIFS website, and will be made available as part of the OpenVMS Foundation Operating Environment (FOE) in Q2 2008. PATHWORKS for OpenVMS V6.1 – Support for PATHWORKS V6.1 will continue, including new OpenVMS – VAX and Alpha – releases. No planned port of Pathworks Server to Integrity servers. PATHWORKS 32: PATHWORKS 32 product components will continue to be maintained and supported. Vista will not be supported.
  • The following products have been ported in support of Integrity servers. The products on Integrity have been distributed on the quarterly SPL distributions. - HP SNA APPC/LU6.2 Programming Interface for OpenVMS - HP SNA Application Programming Interface for OpenVMS - HP SNA 3270 Data Stream Programming Interface for OpenVMS - HP SNA Remote Job Entry for OpenVMS - HP SNA Data Transfer Facility Server for OpenVMS - HP SNA Data Transfer Facility Client  for OpenVMS - HP SNA Printer Emulator for OpenVMS - HP SNA 3270 Terminal Emulator for OpenVMS - HP SNA Management Software ported to Integrity and is available for both ST and CT HP SNA Server for OpenVMS “Integrity” is not planned for IA64.
  • DECprint Supervisor (DCPS) is the OpenVMS print driver for Postscript printers. Full support for most HP LaserJet and Color LaserJet printers Full support for Digital and Compaq laser printers Select 3 rd party printer support including Xerox, Lexmark, Genicom, Ricoh, IBM and Apple printers.
  • OpenView = enterprise management for (large) heterogeneous environments Provides a comprehensive and modular portfolio of software solutions for managing and optimizing business services over IT, voice, and data infrastructures Better service with fewer resources Maintains uptime Provides solution breadth and depth includes fault, performance, network, systems/servers, applications, web services and storage management OpenView is not a replacement for OpenVMS system management point products OpenView Feature summary Network Node Manager (NNM) provides a map of the network and a means to pinpoint problems and network bottlenecks quickly. Uses SNMP for data collection and events. OpenView Operations (OVO) monitors, controls and reports on the health of the enterprise across boundaries through a ”single pane of glass”. Automatically collects, correlates and responds to thousands of events from network devices, systems, databases and applications Native agents loaded onto systems for data collection, event filtering and prioritization, performing automatic action Smart Plug-Ins (SPIs) to manage applications and databases OpenView Storage Area Manager (OVSAM) centralizes and simplifies storage area management across distributed, multi-vendor storage, and efficiently manages availability, performance and growth Storage Data Protector (OmniBack) Provides centralized and automated data protection and recovery Phased implementation strategy for native OpenView solutions for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity Phase 1 – Initial offerings OpenView Operations V7 Agent and OpenVMS SmartPlugin (SPI) Phase 2 – Complete the solution Add OpenView Performance Agent – Completed in 2006 Add Oracle Rdb SPI – First shipment on Integrity and Alpha in October 2007 Phase 3 – Continuing releases and maintenance Port OpenView Operations V8 Agent and OpenVMS SmartPlugin (SPI) Availability Manager V3.0 shipped at the end of 2007 adding management over a Wide Area Network on both Integrity and Alpha. Legend: Green indicates that the capability is available today. Yellow indicates that the capability is planned or under development and gives the target date. Red indicates that the capability is not planned or does not make sense for OpenVMS.
  • OVO Agent and OpenVMS SPI are available for OpenVMS Alpha V7.3-2 and V8.2, and OpenVMS Integrity V8.2 and 8.2-1, 8.3 and 8.3-1H1. OVO V8 Agent and SPI release is targeted for H1 2007 on OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity Additional security and interoperability OpenView Performance Agent (OVPA) was released in Q3 2006 on OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity. OVPA is the data collection, logging and alarming component of the HP OpenView Performance family Collects data and sends alarms For OpenVMS, uses Performance Data Collector (TDC) Installed on each monitored (OpenVMS) system OVPA operates in conjunction with: OpenView Performance Manager Web-based analysis tool for performance trends of applications, systems and services Oracle Rdb SPI V8 was released in October 2007 Monitors distributed enterprise-wide Oracle Rdb environments yielding increased availability and performance Operates in conjunction with OpenView Operations to monitor key operational activities and events
  • OpenVMS is integrated with HP Systems Insight Manger (SIM), the corporate HP server and infrastructure management solution. SIM requires a server running on HP-UX, Windows, or Linux. OpenVMS is one of the managed systems using the (Web) Management Agents. SIM is available now from the HP Management CD or via download. SIM provides the following features: Powerful monitoring and control. It identifies, isolates and resolves potential server problems to prevent costly downtime. It notifies via email or pager when it detects a problem, and simultaneously identifies systems that require attention. SIM manages servers, clusters, desktops, workstations, and portables. Management of non-HP devices instrumented to the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) or the Distributed Management Interface (DMI). Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption for data privacy as well as user administration and authentication integrated with local, NT domain, or Windows 2000 Active Directory accounts. Extensive use of RSA Public Key technology to ensure that only authorized users can take advantage of sensitive and potentially data-destructive features. (Web) Management Agents V3.3 is available now on OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity via download. The Management Agents provide the integration with the HP Systems Insight Manger (SIM). WBEM (Web-Based Enterprise Management) Developers Kit V1.0 is available now on OpenVMS Alpha. WBEM V2.0 is available on OpenVMS Integrity. WBEM is a DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force) standard based on the Common Information Management (CIM) model. WBEM allows customers to manage their systems consistently across multiple platforms and operating system (OpenVMS, HP-UX, TRU64 & Windows) providing integrated solutions that optimize the infrastructure for greater operational efficiency. It enables management applications to retrieve system information and request system operations wherever and whenever required. Blades System Management With OpenVMS support of the c-Class Blade systems, new Providers are being developed to manage all aspects of the Blades enclosures including: Operating System; Computer System; Process and Processor Statistics; Indication (monitors events); Firmware version; Fan and Power Supply; Management Processor; CPU Instance; Memory Instance; Enclosure This new functionality shipped with OpenVMS Integrity 8.3-1H1 in October ’07. The new WBEM Providers are underpinned by the Open Group’s OpenPegasus specifications that OpenVMS has a direct influence on. These new management capabilities also include Provisioning and Auto-Discovery. System Management Homepage (SMH) scheduled for 1H 2008 HP System Management Homepage (HP SMH) is the single system management solution for managing HP OpenVMS systems. HP SMH is also available for HP-UX, Linux and Microsoft® Windows® systems. By aggregating data from HP Insight Management Agents and other management tools, the System Management Homepage provides a secure and intuitive interface to review in-depth hardware configuration and status data, performance metrics, system thresholds and software version control information.
  • Availability Manager (AM) V2.6 is available now and adds features to support migration from DECamds. AM is the replacement product for DECamds. Availability Manager V3.0 was made available in Q2 2007 and added WAN support. Management Station V3.2D is available now on OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity with support for storage management (including dynamic volume expansion (DVE) support), user account management, and print queue management. All versions of Windows from 95 through XP are supported as clients. Performance Analyzer V5.6 is available now on OpenVMS Alpha using the Performance Data Collector (TDC2). The current features for ECP Performance Analyzer will be maintained on Alpha only, and the Analyzer can be used to analyze data captured on an Integrity system. The OpenView Performance Agent will be available on OpenVMS for Integrity servers. Note that Integrity data can be collected using TDC2, but can only be analyzed using an Alpha running the Performance Analyzer. The OpenView Performance Agent planned for Q2 2006 will also use TDC2 and is the replacement for the ECP Data Collector and Performance Analyzer.
  • The Performance Data Collector (TDC) V2.2 is available for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity and gathers performance data for OpenVMS systems. By default, TDC periodically collects and stores data in a file, which can be subsequently retrieved and analyzed by user applications. TDC V2.3 is now available for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity. Graphical Configuration Manager (GCM) V1.1 is available for OpenVMS V7.3-2 and later and includes bug fixes, saving models and rule sets for Marvel. There is no support planned for Integrity. An alternative solution based on the HP-UX VPARS tool is being investigated.
  • Reliable Transaction Router(RTR) Reliable Transaction Router is a proven software fault tolerant product, offering the ultimate 24X365 availability and scalability demanded by globally distributed applications. Bulletproof transaction reliability throughout distributed networks worldwide. With its easy-to-use application programming interfaces (APIs), RTR creates an infrastructure that provides fault-tolerant transactions. RTR provides synchronous, conversational messaging for continuous processing to provide "realtime" transaction completion in a multi-tier, multi-vendor environment. RTR extends the concept of fault tolerance from single systems to fully distributed client/server environments. It provides protection against system, software, site disruptions, and even network failures over the Internet. RTR V5.1 The ability to group channels together so that they failover together. This feature provides easy management of RTR nodes and will benefit all RTR users. Multiple value ranges for one partition. This feature provides database partitioning and application scaling. RTR for HP-UX Integrity support RTR for Linux Integrity support RTR V5.2 new feature implementation: Features have been frozen and are being reviewed NOTES: RTR for OpenVMS VAX end of service life is August 31, 2006 RTR version 4.2 for Sun Solaris and Tru64 UNIX are in Mature Product Status. No new releases, enhancements or changes to the products are planned.
  • HP Application Control and Management System for OpenVMS (ACMS) is a transaction processing (TP) monitor designed for the HP OpenVMS operating systems. ACMS software helps users through the entire application development life cycle, including the installation, planning, design, development, testing, implementation, management, and maintenance of complex TP applications. ACMS provides a special-purpose application definition language for the structured definition of TP application functions and run-time characteristics. ACMS makes efficient use of the OpenVMS operating systems and associated hardware resources, making ACMS particularly suited to mission-critical applications that require high throughput and performance. ACMS also includes the TP Desktop Connector and TP Web Connector products: TP Desktop Connector - The TP Desktop Connector is a layered software product that enables desktop system users (Windows clients) to access ACMS systems from the native Windows desktop system environment. TP Desktop Connector was licensed as part of ACMS, starting with ACMS V5.0. TP Web Connector - The TP Web Connector is software that web enables business applications running on ACMS. Licensed as part of ACMS and available via internet download. ACMS V5.1 for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity was made available in Q4 2007 Remove 127 CP Limit. The limit of 127 command processes (CP) per submitter node has been removed in ACMS V5.1. This limitation was creating a bottleneck for large ACMS installations. ACMS V5.2 – Gathering customer requirements DECforms V4.1 – Gathering customer requirements
  • OpenVMS is an excellent Application Modernization platform. OpenVMS has more than 20 years of proven reliability behind it and continues to improve its availability and scalability by delivering new technology (such as Galaxy) and by incorporating the latest technologies into the base operating system. OpenVMS will work with its customers and partners to ensure that the mission-critical applications that customers need are available on OpenVMS. OpenVMS provides application modernization and integration tools and technology that facilitate the implementation of enterprise integration solutions at the data, API, or application levels. OpenVMS has a number of strategic partners whose products complement the capabilities bundled with OpenVMS.
  • Secure Web Server (SWS) is based up the popular Apache server from www.apache.org. Over 50 million Internet servers are powered by Apache, which represents 67% of the web servers! The focus of SWS releases is to enhance quality and performance while addressing new features. SWS is downloadable from the OpenVMS web site and is licensed and supported via OpenVMS service contracts. The popular scripting capabilities are also provided and supported: Perl, PHP, and JavaServer Pages (Tomcat). OpenVMS offers two SWS release streams based on Apache 1.3.x and Apache 2.x. SWS V2.1-1, based on Apache 2.0.52, was available in Q3 2006. This release offers file usage support comparable with SWS 1.3 and is the longer term direction for SWS replacing both SWS V1.3 and SWS V2.0. Releases of PHP, Perl, and Tomcat accompanied the SWS 2.1 release. SWS V2.0, based on Apache 2.0.47, was available in Dec 2003. SWS V1.3, based on Apache 1.3.26, was available in October 2002 on OpenVMS Alpha and January 2005 on OpenVMS Integrity and contains several new features, including support for suEXEC and webDAV, enhancements to MOD_AUTH_OPENVMS, and new server configuration features. Secure Web Browser (SWB) is based upon the Mozilla Suite and provides an open-source Web browser, designed for standards-compliance, performance and portability. SWB is the modern, supported browser for OpenVMS. SWB 1.7-13, based on Mozilla 1.7.13, is now available on OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity BridgeWorks: This product enables the easy componentization of VMS 3GL business routines as COM objects or EJB’s. The componentization of existing heritage applications allows customers to: integrate web based front ends and/or new object oriented clients with these applications, link existing business logic with new technology, such as Web Services, and protect investments in VMS 3GL applications. Component Object Model (COM) is a technology from Microsoft Corporation that allows developers to create distributed network objects. The COM specification was jointly developed by the former Digital Equipment Corporation and Microsoft. COM is used to create distributed applications made up of reusable objects. COM for OpenVMS delivers connectivity and interoperability between OpenVMS Alpha and Windows NT systems. With COM for OpenVMS, programmers write distributed applications that run across systems in a heterogeneous environment. Open Process Control (OPC) Transport is planned for Q1 2008 and is a subset of COM for OpenVMS Integrity supported only for use in OPC environments. DCE V3.2 for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity is available now.
  • Java ™ Platform, Standard Edition, Development Kits (JDK) are provided on OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity. JDK releases on OpenVMS will follow Sun’s releases as soon as possible. On Alpha, the Fast VM is now bundled with the JDK and provides Just-In-Time (JIT) compiler technology designed to provide the best Java run-time performance on OpenVMS Alpha. The corresponding technology is the HotSpot compiler on OpenVMS Integrity. Data access via JDBC is provided via the Attunity Connect. For OpenVMS Alpha: JDK 1.4.2 is available now. JDK 5.0 is available now. JDK 5.x updates are planned as long as OpenVMS Alpha is supported by HP. For OpenVMS Integrity: JDK 1.4.2 is available now. JDK 5.0 is available now. JDK 6.0 is planned for late 2007. The JVM Monitoring and Management APIs and the Java Management Extensions (JMX) APIs were new features in Java SE 5.0 and were made available as follows: Late 2006 for OpenVMS Alpha As part of the initial release of Java 5.0 on OpenVMS I64; production release in September 2006. Our plans include offering Web Services components, XML, SOAP, UDDI, and WSDL, and a set of application integration tools, collectively known as the Web Services Integration Toolkit (WSIT). Based upon the open source technology at xml.apache.org, XML Technology (XML parsers and XSLT stylesheet processors in Java and C++) and a Java-based SOAP Toolkit , based on Apache Axis, which includes WSDL support, are currently available. UDDI Toolkit based on UDDI4J is currently available. Updates for Web Services components will be released in an on-going basis in addition to updates based upon new and evolving Web Services standards. Web Services Integration Toolkit (WSIT) 2.0 shipped in November 2007. The toolkit is a set of tools and technology to automate, as much as possible, application interface level integration. These tools are 100% OpenVMS based and facilitate the easy re-use of existing business logic, thus providing investment protection and cost savings, for OpenVMS applications written in 3GL languages, such as COBOL, C and PASCAL, and making them easily accessible from any other platforms, such as Microsoft Windows, UNIX and Linux.
  • HP’s strategy for application development is to make it easy to develop OpenVMS applications for enterprise computing with a choice of industry standard compilers, tools, and middleware to fit your development style. We provide a robust and stable set of compilers and tools for developing and deploying applications on OpenVMS. We will continue to enhance and optimize the performance of the compliers as needed. All the compilers will support the current version of the specified operating system and some may have minor new functionality. GNAT Pro (Ada) for OpenVMS on HP Integrity servers This product is based on the Ada, 83, Ada 95, Ada 2005 standards and is available from AdaCore, HP partner with headquarters in New York. HP Ada The current version of HP Ada, HP V3.5A for OpenVMS Alpha and VAX is based on the Ada 83 standard The product transitioned to Mature Product Support in 12/99 (HP Ada V3.5A for OpenVMS Alpha and VAX). No new product versions of HP Ada will be produced, however, software support services are still available.
  • NetBeans is a modular, graphical user interface based integrated development environment (IDE) for Java and JavaBeans development. Written in 100 percent pure Java™, it was open-sourced by Sun Microsystems. Its popularity is a result of its versatility, extensible architecture, and relative ease of use. Initially, NetBeans was exclusively a Java development environment. HP now provides NetBeans plug-ins to enhance capabilities on OpenVMS including EDT keypad, CMS client , and C/C++, Fortran, COBOL, and Pascal language development support. Additional plug-ins for language support (Basic) and integrated debugging are in development. Distributed NetBeans for OpenVMS facilitates easy and transparent development of applications for deployment on OpenVMS system using the NetBeans Integrated Development Environment (IDE) on your desktop system of choice, such as Windows or Linux. In addition, Distributed NetBeans contains all of the functionality provided by the plug-in modules for NetBeans for OpenVMS: C/C++, FORTRAN, COBOL, Pascal, EDT, DCL, and CMS. Distributed NetBeans is comprised of two parts: Distributed NetBeans Client for OpenVMS, which is a plug-in for NetBeans running on your desktop. You install the NetBeans IDE (from NetBeans.org) and the Distributed NetBeans Client for OpenVMS on your desktop system. IDE Server for OpenVMS, which runs on OpenVMS, and provides remote services for the client plug-in. You install the IDE Server on your OpenVMS system. Communication between the client system and the remote server system is encrypted using SSL. Only the SDK, for the Java Platform, is required on the OpenVMS server system; NetBeans or any additional plug-in modules are not required. Distributed NetBeans 1.2 is available now on OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity and supports an FTP based file systems. HP DECset : DECset is a set of command line oriented development tools to be used with the OpenVMS compilers to aid developers with editing, compiling, and debugging their code. DECset tools include: CMS (Code Management System), MMS (Module Management System), LSE/SCA (Language Sensitive Editor/Source Code Analyzer), Digital Test Manager and PCA (Performance and Coverage Analyzer). DECset V12.8 – for OpenVMS Integrity and Alpha Provide full ODS-5 Disk Structure Support Improve CMS memory management Update technical documentation and rebranding - Implement JAR file support in CMS LSE template updates for C, C++, Pascal and Fortran DECset V12.9 Gathering Customer Requirements
  • Real-Time Unified Messaging for OpenVMS is provided by CommuniGate Pro from CommuniGate Systems on Integrity and AlphaServer systems. It is the strategically supported replacement for installed ALL-IN-1 and Office Server systems and there are migration tools available. CommuniGate Pro supports a myriad of clients – PDAs, mobile/cell phones, Blackberry devices, many browsers, Outlook, Outlook Express etc. – and formats – email, voice, video, FAX, IMAP, POP, MIME, S/MIME etc. – and stores all communications in a common format in the common file cabinet. Voice over IP is supported as well as the industry standard SIP – Session Initiation Protocol – for interfacing with multiple clients and other vendor products. The product has an installed base >100M seats and is proven to scale to 7M Telco subscribers on a single business critical cluster. OpenVMS Enterprise Directory V5.5 and V5.6 offer the best of the LDAPv3 and X.500 capabilities - the former for supporting a myriad of clients and the latter for proven, robust, scaleable directory services. X.500 advantages over pure LDAP directories are better security, group access controls and inbuilt replication enabling 100% uptime to end users. The Directory is a pre-requisite for MAILbus 400 by storing routing information accessible by all messages. The Directory Service with full LDAPv3 support is an ideal platform for initial authentication of personnel accessing your network from disparate suppliers, partners and customers. V5.6 introduced optional encryption and hashing of system and user passwords.
  • BASEstar Open The BASEstar family of products delivers a foundation for a complete manufacturing integration solution: core platform of services, device connect capabilities, and a robust user environment comprised application programming tools. The product family includes: BASEstar Open, DEComni, CIMfast 4GL, and many Device Access Software drivers. BASEstar software facilitates the integration of manufacturing applications and plant equipment and, through its architecture, encourages consistency of application development. BASEstar is a distributed platform, capable of providing these facilities on a plant-wide manufacturing network. BASEstar is used in both discrete and process manufacturing environments. BASEstar is especially strong in the Automotive industry as well as the Steel industry.
  • HP is pleased to announce enhancements to customer support services for the OpenVMS operating system and associated core software products on the VAX and Alpha platforms. HP will now guarantee that support services will be available at least until 2012 on selected versions of OpenVMS as described below. Previously, service was provided with 24 month notice. Our goal is to be responsive to your support requirements while providing a practical upgrade path as your environment evolves. The support of the various releases is currently planned as follows : OpenVMS ALPHA V7.3-2: : Prior Version Support – Sustaining Engineering (PVS-SE) will be available at least until 2012. After that, PVS-SE will be available with 24 month notice. Under PVS-SE, fixes will be provided on the latest patch kit only. Customers requiring support on earlier patch kits or releases that are no longer supported should contact their HP account teams to determine if custom support is available and under what terms and conditions such custom support may be purchased. OpenVMS on Integrity servers will be supported under the terms of the standard HP Software Support Policy as follows. HP will provide software technical support on HP branded software for the latest, currently shipping version and the immediately prior version of the product in question. PVS-SE on Integrity releases will be replaced by the Extended Engineering Support (EES) offering.  Unlike PVS which targeted a limited number of releases, Extended  Engineering Support (EES) is customizable and may be purchased for  any OpenVMS Integrity or Alpha version beginning with OpenVMS Alpha Version 8.2 and OpenVMS Integrity Version 8.2-1. Extended Engineering Support (EES) is similar to PVS-SE in that: Deliverables:   Both PVS and EES provide Engineering analysis, troubleshooting, solutions and problem resolution. HP Support Interfaces:   Under EES HP Services continues to provide Level 1 & Level 2 Support, and OpenVMS Engineering continues to provide Level 3 support as is done today under PVS.  The customer interfaces remain the same and Services continues to be the main contact point for the customer.  Call Handling Processes:   The same corporate call handling tools, procedures and mechanisms are used for both PVS and EES.  Customers report problems under EES as they do today under PVS. Support Pre-requisites:   As with PVS, an underlying HP Services contract is a pre-requisite for EES.  Services and EES contract costs are combined before presenting support costs to the customer.   Extended Engineering Support (EES) provides a more customizable support option for customers than the prior PVS-SE offering.  As such EES contracts are quoted by Engineering on a per customer request basis, and EES has a different part number (the EES part number is UG928AC).  EES contracts typically run in the $40K-$200K (USD) per year range depending on the timeframe, configuration, version and layered products that are included.  EES options are available for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity only. OpenVMS VAX customers will continue to use their existing PVS contracts. To ensure our OpenVMS customers continue to receive the high-level of support their businesses require, OpenVMS Engineering is committed to providing customer value through EES. 
  • The support of the various releases is currently planned as follows : OpenVMS VAX V5.5-2 and V6.2 : Prior Version Support – Sustaining Engineering (PVS-SE) will be available at least until 2011. After that, PVS-SE will be available with 24 month notice. OpenVMS VAX V7.3: Standard Support will be available at least until December 31, 2010. The HP policy, support for current version and previous version, will apply after that.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. March 2008 HP OpenVMS Rolling Roadmaps These roadmaps are provided to you solely for your convenience and are updated approximately every 3 months.  While it contains our current plans, all information in the roadmaps is subject to change without notice.  HP doesn't warrant that we'll introduce any product or feature discussed in the roadmap at any time, nor that the information is accurate.
  • 3. HP OpenVMS Operating System for Integrity servers, AlphaServers and VAX
    • OpenVMS Releases
    • OpenVMS on Integrity Servers
    • UNIX Portability
    • Clusters
    • Storage
    • LAN
    • Security
    Note: Bright green shaded product boxes mean product is already available
  • 4. HP OpenVMS – The Road to Integrity OpenVMS Mixed Alpha Integrity Cluster May 15, 2003 1st Boot to Itanium ® system January 31, 2003 OpenVMS V8.0 Evaluation Release June 30, 2003 OpenVMS V8.2 Production Release (AlphaServer & Integrity) February 2005 OpenVMS V8.1 Evaluation Release December 2003 OpenVMS V8.3 Alpha and Integrity V8.3 Itanium Dual Core processors September 2006 OpenVMS V8.3-1H1 Integrity Blades November 2007 OpenVMS V8.4 +18-24 months OpenVMS Superdome Cell Demo January 2004 OpenVMS V8.2-1 for Integrity servers (Superdome, rx7620 & rx8620) September 2005 OpenVMS V8.n +18-24 months
  • 5. HP OpenVMS Operating System Rolling Roadmap
    • OpenVMS V8.3
    • Platforms: Alpha and Integrity
    • New support:
    • rx2660 – 2/07
    • PCI Express–3/07
    • rx2660
    • rx3600
    • rx6600
    • OpenVMS V8.4
    • FRS: 18-24 months post V8.3
    • Platforms: Alpha and Integrity
    • New Integrity systems
    • Storage performance
    • and connectivity
    • Performance &
    • Scalability
    • enhancements
    • Industry Standards:
    • Security, Integration
    • software, Web
    • Services,
    • Java, UNIX/Linux
    • Interoperability
    • OpenVMS V8.n
    • FRS: +18-24 months
    • Platforms: Alpha and Integrity
    • New Integrity
    • systems
    • Industry standards
    • Performance &
    • Scalability
    • enhancements
    • Virtualization
    • OpenVMS V8.3-1H1
    • Shipping: Nov 2007
    • Platforms: Integrity only
    • Dual-core Intel® Itanium®2 processor 9100 series
    • HP c-Class Blades system management
    • c3000 enclosure
    • VGA Console
    • vMedia
    • New I/O options
    • support (PCI Express)
    • HPVM – HP Integrity Virtual Machine
    • HP c-Class Integrity Blade
    • Shipping now!
    • Supported on V8.3
    • c7000 enclosure
    • Bl860c blade
    • SB40c storage
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Continued OpenVMS releases
  • 6. HP OpenVMS Integrity Operating Environments
    • Enterprise OE
    • Manageability
    • Single System Availability
    • Performance
    • Mission-Critical OE
    • Multi – Server Availability
    • Disaster Tolerance
    • Foundation OE
    • Reliability
    • Security
    • Serviceability
    HP Virtual Server Environment Optimum utilization and flexibility in real time
  • 7. OpenVMS Integrity Operating environments OpenVMS I64 Enterprise Operating Environment (EOE)
    • Additions to
    • Foundation:
    • RMS Journaling
    • Volume Shadowing
    • DECram
    • OpenVMS Management Station
    • Availability Manager
    • OpenView Performance Agent
    OpenVMS I64 Foundation Operating Environment (FOE)
    • OpenVMS Operating System
    • Unlimited User Licensing
    • CIFS (based on Samba)
    • CDSA
    • DCE RPC Runtime
    • DECnet-Plus End System
    • DECnet IV
    • DECprint Supervisor
    • DECwindows Motif
    • Distributed NetBeans
    • Enterprise Directory
    • Java™ Platform, Standard Edition, Development Kit (JDK)
    • Kerberos
    • Performance Data Collector
    • OpenVMS I18N
    • PERL
    • Secure Web Server, Tomcat, PHP and Perl
    • Secure Web Browser
    • Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) Toolkit
    • Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
    • TCP/IP
    • UDDI Client Toolkit
    • (Web) Management Agents (for operation with HP Systems Insight Manager)
    • WBEMCIM & WBEM Providers
    • Web Services Integration Toolkit (WSIT)
    • XML
    OpenVMS I64 Mission Critical Operating Environment (MCOE)
    • Additions to
    • Enterprise:
    • OpenVMS Clusters
    • OpenVMS RTR Backend
    EOE and MCOE contents can be purchased separately One DVD media for all 3 OE’s
  • 8. HP Virtual Server Environment for HP OpenVMS Integrity systems HP Virtual Server Environment Intelligent control Virtual servers HP Systems Insight Manager HP Integrity Essentials Virtualization Manager (Future) HP Integrity Essentials Global Workload Manager HP Integrity Essentials Capacity Advisor (Future) Availability Utility Pricing Partitioning
    • OpenVMS Clusters
    • Up to 96 nodes, all active
    • Mixed Integrity systems and AlphaServers
    • HP Instant Capacity
    • HP Temporary Instant Capacity
    • HP Pay Per Use
    • Global Instant Capacity (Future)
    • Hard Partitions
      • Full electrical isolation
    • HP Integrity Virtual Machines (Future)
    Advise Assess Automate
  • 9. OpenVMS Virtual Server Environment Virtualization Roadmap iCAP - Instant Capacity V8.0 and TiCAP with OpenVMS 8.3 HPVM – Integrity Virtual Machine V4 PPU – Pay Per Use V8.0 Active CPU & Percent CPU, both with OpenVMS 8.3 Global Workload Manager gWLM V1.1-4 (iCAP support) Integrity & Alpha All implementations Integrity only unless otherwise specified GiCAP - Global Instant Capacity V8.01.02 Subject to change without notice Capacity Advisor Virtualization Manager VSE Management GUI V4.0 All with OpenVMS 8.4
    • Global Workload Manager V4.0
    • TiCAP & GiCAP integration
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 10. OpenVMS Cluster & LAN HW Roadmap
    • V8.3 – Improved Mixed-Architecture Alpha/Integrity Clusters
    • Integrity Server Satellite Boot Support
    • Compression of SCS traffic
    • VLAN support
    • 10 Gigabit NIC support (Integrity only)
    • New Cluster Interconnect (Post V8.4)
    • Investigation of Next-
    • generation Low-Latency
    • Interconnect (RDMA-based)
    • (Integrity Servers Only)
    • V8.4 – Cluster Interconnect Update
    • Clusters over TCP/IP Protocol
    • 2 node shared SAS cluster support
    Subject to change without notice
    • OpenVMS V8.3-1H1
    • 10 Gigabit Ethernet NIC (update)
    • PCI-express support:
      • 1 Gigabit Ethernet NIC
      • 4-port Gigabit Ethernet Mezzanine card
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 11. OpenVMS Cluster Support Matrix Warranted Warranted Warranted Warranted Migration Migration Migration Warranted Warranted Migration Warranted Warranted AlphaServer V7.3-2 V8.2 V8.3 VAX Integrity Server V7.3-2 V8.2 V8.3 V7.3
    • Notes:
    • Same platform/version pairings always warranted
    • Alpha V7.3-2 and V8.2 are Warranted Together
    • Alpha V7.3-2 is now under Prior Version support
    • *OpenVMS V8.3 & V8.3-1H1 Cluster support is the same
    AlphaServer Note: VAX and Integrity Servers can exist in the same cluster ONLY for temporary migration purposes Subject to change without notice V8.2 V8.2-1 V8.3 & V8.3-1H1
  • 12. UNIX Portability Roadmap
    • OpenVMS V8.4
    • Symlinks Logical Name
    • support
    • Semaphores
    • Shared write for stream files (SSIO)
    • ioctl()
    • GNV update
    • Shared memory APIs
    • OpenVMS V8.3
    • Symbolic Links
    • POSIX style pathnames
    • Byte range locking
    • Encryption routines
    • GNV update
    Subject to change without notice
    • POSIX LNM Pathname SDK
    • Support for OpenVMS V8.2-1 & V8.3
    • GNV update
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 13. OpenVMS Storage HW Roadmap HSG80 Support (Alpha & Integrity) Support for ACS 8.8x final firmware update Subject to change without notice
    • MSA Storage Family (Alpha and Integrity)
      • MSA1500 (Supported with V7.x firmware)
    • EVA Storage Family (Alpha and Integrity)
      • EVA 4x00/6x00/8x00
      • EVA CA support
    • XP Storage Family (Alpha and Integrity)
      • Support of XP12000/XP10000/ XP2000/XP24000 (Now Supported!)
      • Enhanced XP CA Support (ongoing)
    • 4gb FC (Integrity Server only as of OpenVMS V8.3)
    • Internal SAS drive support (Integrity servers only starting with OpenVMSV8.3)
    • OpenVMS V8.3-1H1 External SAS support, Smart Array P800 connected to MSA60 or MSA70
    • iSCSI (Integrity Only, Software client w/existing LAN V8.3-1H1 Early Adopters Kit)
    • iSCSI with HBA hardware assist (V8.4 Project)
    • Tape Library/Drives Supported by OpenVMS
    • Ongoing support - MSL, ESL/eSeries (Incl. partitioning support), VLS, EML Libraries
      • Support of LTO2, LTO3, LT04 and SDLTx drives in these libraries (as appropriate)
    • 1/8 Autoloader Support (direct-attach only, Alpha and Integrity)
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 14. OpenVMS Enterprise Backup Solutions Roadmap
    • Legato NetWorker Enhancements
    • ODS5, Oracle, Oracle Rdb
    • Standalone Support OpenVMS Server Support (TBD)
    New Features, New Tape Support, New O/S Support Maintenance only - New O/S Support, Releases as Needed
    • Storage Library System V2.9J ECO1 Alpha/VAX
      • RDF Support Alpha 8.2 +
      • Bug Fixes No Integrity Port
    Subject to change without notice
    • Archive/Backup System V4.4A (Q3 2007) Alpha/Integrity/VAX
      • Oracle 10gR2 support (Alpha/Integrity)
      • RDF port to Integrity
    • Archive/Backup System V4.n (tbd) Alpha/Integrity/VAX
      • Support for OpenVMS V8.4
      • Ongoing performance and device support/enhancements
    • HP OpenView Data Protector Enhancements
    • Ongoing Enhancements –
      • Oracle agent, port to Integrity
      • Oracle Rdb Support (H1 2007)
    • Standalone restore, server support (TBD)
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 15. OpenVMS Storage SW Roadmap
    • Media Robot Utility
    • V1.8A (Q1 2006)
    • Partitioning Support
    • 1/8 Autoloader Support
    • DCSC V3.3
    • OpenVMS V8.2
    • ACSLS PL4 Transfers
    • Disk File Optimizer V2.9
    • OpenVMS V8.2 Support
    • Integrity & Alpha Support
    • Save Set Manager V1.8
    • OpenVMS V8.2 Support
    • Integrity & Alpha Support
    • Hierarchical Storage Manager V4.3
    • OpenVMS V8.2 Support
    • Integrity & Alpha Support
    Subject to change without notice
    • RAID Software V3.0A
    • OpenVMS V8.3 Support
    • Integrity & Alpha Support
    • Disk File Optimizer V3.0 Q3 2007
    • Move from P0 to P2 space
    Update Releases done as needed for ongoing support of environmental changes and new O/S releases on Integrity, Alpha, & VAX   2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 16. OpenVMS Security Roadmap
    • Open Source Security Tools
    • Stunnel 4.2 available now!
    • GnuPG Updated
    • SSLDump
    • SNORT for Network Intrusion Detection
    • Post 8.3 Features:
    • Active Directory auth support
    • Auditing enhancements
    • SSL & Kerberos updates
    • Secure Delivery enhancements
    • OS Hardening
    • Security Patch Checker
    • IPSEC
    • OpenVMS V8.3
    • Production Quality
    • ACME Login with LDAP &
    • Kerberos Agents
    • CDSA/Secure Delivery
    • Encrypt for OpenVMS:
      • integrated with O/S
      • AES support
    • Kerberos & SSL version
    • updates
    • Kerberized SSH
    Subject to change without notice 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 17. Networking Products
    • TCP/IP Services Server Products
    • DECnet, WAN & X.25
    • File/Print Servers and Common
    • Common Internet File System (Samba)
    • IBM SNA Products
  • 18. TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
    • TCP/IP V5.6 H2 2006 - Alpha & Integrity for OpenVMS V8.3
    • DNS /BIND 9 Resolver & V9.3 Server
    • NFS enhancements
    • FTP performance improvements
    • Security modifications
      • DNS security extensions
      • NTP sec update (SSL)
      • SSH upgrade w/Kerberos
    • Mail improvements
    • TELNET Server Device limit
    • IPV6 support – LPD & TELNETSYM
    • TCPIP$CONFIG (failSAFE) update
    • Improved Mgt Utilities (ifconfig)
    Subject to change without notice
    • TCP/IP V5.7 – Alpha & Integrity for OpenVMS V8.4
    • Continued focus on Networking enhancements to support interoperability, connectivity, discovery, and security
    • IPSec
    • Clusters over TCP/IP
    • Packet Processing Engine
    • NFS enhancements
    • FTP enhancements
    • LPD port configurability
    • IPSec EAK available now
    • TCP/IP V5.6 ECO2 with OpenVMS V8.3-1H1
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 19. DECnet & X.25 Product Roadmap DECnet X.25 Continued support for X.25 on OpenVMS Versions (V8.3-1H1 & V8.4) and future versions of OpenVMS Continued support for DECnet Phase IV and DECnet-Plus on OpenVMS Versions (V8.3-1H1 & V8.4) and future versions of OpenVMS Subject to change without notice 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 20. File/Print Servers & Common Internet File System (CIFS) – Samba PATHWORKS for OpenVMS V6.1- Continued support for OpenVMS releases PATHWORKS 32 – V7.4 Continued support for MS Pack releases for Win 2000, Windows XP & Win Server 2003 Advanced Server V7.3B for OpenVMS V8.4 Alpha – will follow OpenVMS release dates CIFS V.Next – Q3 2008 Performance, bug fixes, added features Subject to change without notice
    • Common Internet File System
    • (CIFS) V1.0
    • Based on Samba V3
    • Supported on both Integrity
    • and Alpha
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 21. OpenVMS IBM SNA Solutions
    • IBM SNA product ported to Integrity
    • Supporting OpenVMS V8.2-1 & V8.3
      • HP SNA Remote Job Entry for OpenVMS
      • HP SNA 3270 Terminal Emulator for OpenVMS
      • HP SNA Application Programming Interface for OpenVMS
      • HP SNA 3270 Data Stream Programming Interface for OpenVMS
      • HP SNA APPC/LU6.2 Programming Interface for OpenVMS
      • HP SNA Printer Emulator for OpenVMS
      • HP SNA Data Transfer Facility  ”Client & Server” for OpenVMS
      • HP SNA Gateway Management Software
    Support for HP OpenVMS SNA on OpenVMS Version 8.3 Alpha & Integrity Subject to change without notice Support for HP OpenVMS SNA on OpenVMS Version 8.4 Alpha & Integrity – to follow OpenVMS release plans 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 22. DECprint Supervisor (DCPS) Roadmap
    • Future functionality under consideration:
    • PDF Printing
    • Print to file
    • Parallel port printing
    • PPD file parsing
    • Release-independent
    • new printer support
    • DCPS V2.6 Q1 2007
    • Alpha, Integrity, VAX
    • New HP printer support
    • Select 3rd party printer support
    • DCPS V2.7 Q3 2008
    • Alpha, Integrity, VAX
    • New HP printer support
    • Select 3rd party printer support
    • IPv6 support (Alpha & Integrity)
    • USB port printing
    • DCPS V2.8 Q2 2009
    • Alpha, Integrity, VAX
    • New HP printer support
    • Select 3rd party printer
    • support
    Subject to change without notice
    • DCPS V2.9 Q2 2010
    • Alpha, Integrity, VAX
    • New HP printer support
    • Select 3rd party printer
    • support
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 23. System Management
    • HP OpenView Integration Planning
    • HP Web Management Agents
    • HP OpenVMS Solutions
  • 24. HP OpenView Portfolio Roadmap OpenView Operations for UNIX OpenView Operations for Windows OpenView VMS v7 SPI OpenView VMS v8 SPI OpenView SAM (Storage Area Manager) OpenView Storage Provisioner OpenView Storage Allocator OpenView Data Protector OpenView NNM (Network Node Manager) OpenView TEMIP GlancePlus OpenView Performance Agent Availability Manager Events (GlancePlus) V3.0 Radia Software Manager Radia Patch Manager Q05 Q305 Q1 2008 SPI for Rdb Subject to change without notice operations console service management network applications server storage backup & restore performance management information portal software distribution OpenView Operations console = Current = Planned = Not currently planned
  • 25. OpenVMS OpenView Roadmap OpenView Operations (OVO) V7 Agent and OpenVMS SPI for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity OpenView Performance Agent 4.0 for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity OVO V8 Agent and OpenVMS SPI on Alpha and Integrity Oracle Rdb SPI V8 for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity OpenView Performance Agent 4.6 for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity Subject to change without notice Ongoing releases to support OpenView infrastructure 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 26. OpenVMS Server Management Management Agents V3.3 for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity WBEM Developers Kit V1.0 for OpenVMS Alpha (based on Pegasus V2.5)
    • Blades System Management
    • WBEM server Integrity
    • WBEM Providers
    • Provisioning (Auto OS install)
    Subject to change without notice WBEM Developers Kit V2.2 for OpenVMS Integrity (based on Pegasus)
    • Blades System Management with OpenVMS 8.4
    • More Blade system indicators and management
    System Management Homepage (SMH) for OpenVMS Integrity and Alpha Ongoing releases to support WBEM infrastructure Ongoing support and integration with HP Systems Insight Manager (SIM) 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 27. Tools Integrated with OpenVMS Management Station V3.2D on OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity ECP Performance Analyzer V5.5a for OpenVMS Alpha uses TDC 2.1 ECP Performance Analyzer V5.6 for OpenVMS Alpha uses TDC 2.2 and later Availability Mgr V3.0 on OpenVMS Alpha & Integrity Availability Mgr V2.6 on OpenVMS Alpha & Integrity Subject to change without notice Availability Mgr V3.1 on OpenVMS Alpha & Integrity Ongoing support and maintenance of integrated tools 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 28. Tools Integrated with OpenVMS Graphical Configuration Manager (GCM) V1.1 for OpenVMS Alpha Performance Data Collector (TDC) V2.2 for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity TDC V2.3 for Alpha and Integrity Subject to change without notice TDC V2.4 for Alpha and Integrity Ongoing support and maintenance of integrated tools 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 29. Database Solutions
  • 30. Oracle Server on OpenVMS
    • Versions currently certified and supported
      • Oracle 9i on OpenVMS Alpha V7.3-2, V8.2 and V8.3
      • Oracle 10gR1 on OpenVMS Alpha V8.2 and V8.3
      • Oracle 10gR2 on OpenVMS Alpha V8.2 and V8.3
      • Oracle 10gR2 on OpenVMS Integrity V8.2-1 and V8.3
    • Versions under development
      • Oracle 9i, 10gR1 and 10gR2 patch sets
      • Oracle 11g for OpenVMS Integrity
    • For additional information please visit http://h71000.www7.hp.com/partners/oracle/
  • 31. Rdb on OpenVMS
    • Versions currently certified and supported
      • Rdb 7.0 on OpenVMS VAX V5.5-2 – V7.3
      • Rdb 7.0 on OpenVMS Alpha V6.1 – V8.2
      • Rdb 7.1 on OpenVMS Alpha V7.2 – V8.3
      • Rdb 7.2 on OpenVMS Alpha V8.2 – V8.3
      • Rdb 7.2 on OpenVMS Integrity V8.2-1 – V8.3
    • Versions under development
      • Rdb 7.0, 7.1 and 7.2 patch sets
      • Rdb 7.3 for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity
    • For additional information please visit http://h71000.www7.hp.com/partners/oracle/
  • 32. Transaction Processing and Middleware Software
  • 33. Reliable Transaction Router (RTR) Roadmap
    • RTR V5.1 H1 2007
    • Features:
    • Group Channel Failover
    • Multiple value ranges in
    • one partition
    • New Platform Support:
      • HP-UX Integrity
      • Linux Integrity
    • Continued Platform support:
      • OpenVMS Integrity
      • OpenVMS Alpha
      • Windows 32 bit
      • Linux I32 front end
    Roadmap subject to change Note: RTR for OpenVMS VAX platform end of service life - August 31, 2006. RTR version 4.2 for Sun Solaris and Tru64 UNIX are in Mature Product Status.
    • RTR V5.2 Q1 2009
    • Features frozen
    • RTR V5.1 ECO #1
    • HP-UX 11iV3 support
    • RTR V5.3 H1 2010
    • Reviewing Requirements
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 34. ACMS and DECforms Roadmap
    • ACMS V5.1 Integrity, Alpha
    • Q4 2007
    • Remove 127 CP Process Limit
    • DECforms V4.1 - Integrity, Alpha
    • Gathering customer requirements
    Subject to change without notice ACMS V5.2 Q4 2009 Gathering customer requirements 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 35. OpenVMS Application Modernization and Integration Technologies
  • 36. OpenVMS Application Modernization and Integration Technologies SWS and SWB updates on Alpha and Integrity tracking the associated open source project Secure Web Server V2.1-1 (Apache 2.0.x based) on OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity Tomcat (JSP) 5.5.9 PHP 4.3.10 mod_perl 2.0 and Perl 5.8.6 Secure Web Browser V1.7-13 on OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity BridgeWorks V3.0A on OpenVMS Alpha COM V1.4 on OpenVMS Alpha OPC Transport V1.0 for OpenVMS Integrity DCE V3.2 for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity Subject to change without notice Secure Web Browser based on Firefox and Thunderbird 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 37. OpenVMS Application Modernization and Integration Technologies Web Services Tools (XML, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI) Native JDBC/ODBC (via Attunity Connect) Java ™ Platform, Standard Edition, v 1.4.2, for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity Java SE 5.0 on OpenVMS Alpha UDDI Client Toolkit (UDDI4J) on Alpha and Integrity SOAP Toolkit on OpenVMS Integrity Web Services Integration Toolkit (WSIT) 2.0 for OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity XML Technology on OpenVMS Integrity Java SE 5.0 on OpenVMS Integrity Java SE 6.0 on OpenVMS Integrity Subject to change without notice Java SE 5.x updates on Alpha Java SE updates on Integrity 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Web Services Tools updates on OpenVMS Alpha and Integrity
  • 38. Application Development Into The Future
  • 39. Application Development - OpenVMS Compilers Fortran V8.2 Integrity, Alpha Q4 2007 COBOL V2.9 Integrity, Alpha Q3 2007 C V7.3 Alpha Q2 2007 Basic V1.7 Integrity, Alpha Q4 2007 Pascal V6.1 Integrity, Alpha Q4 2007 Fortran V8.3 Integrity, Alpha Q1 2010 Pascal V6.2 Integrity, Alpha Q3 2009 Basic V1.8 Integrity, Alpha Q1 2010 COBOL V3.0 Integrity, Alpha Q2 2009 GNAT Pro 6.0.1 (Ada) Integrity Q1 2007 GNAT Pro 6.0.2 (Ada) Integrity Q3 2007 C++ V7.3 Alpha Q2 2007 C++ V7.3 Integrity Q4 2007 C V7.3 Integrity Q3 2007 C V7.4 Alpha 2009 C V7.4 Integrity 2009 C++ V7.4 Alpha 2009 C++ V7.4 Integrity 2009 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 40. Application Development and Deployment – Tools Distributed NetBeans V5 on Alpha and Integrity (based on NetBeans 5.x) DECset V12.8 on Alpha and Integrity Q2 2007 DECset V12.9 on Alpha and Integrity Q2 2009 Distributed NetBeans V1.2 on Alpha and Integrity (based on NetBeans 3.6) 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Ongoing Tool Releases
  • 41. OpenVMS Unified Messaging and Directory Roadmap
    • Enterprise Directory V5.6 on
    • OpenVMS Integrity and Alpha -
    • Password encryption/hashing
    • CommuniGate Pro - Unified Messaging and Voice over IP SIP Server (CommuniGate Systems)
    • OpenVMS Integrity and AlphaServer
    • The endorsed replacement for ALL-IN-1, Office Server, TeamLinks, MAPI Driver, Web Interface
    Subject to change without notice
    • Enterprise Directory V5.5 on OpenVMS 8.3
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 42. BASEstar Products
  • 43. BASEstar Roadmap
    • BASEstar V3.2 – January 2006
    • New OpenVMS release for Integrity
    • New HP-UX release for Integrity
    • Specific components: BASEstar Open Server, DEComni API, DECoasp/H1, DECosap/ AP, Siemens S7
    • Quality enhancements
    • Point Locking functional enhancement
    Roadmap subject to change
    • BASEstar V3.2 Platforms supported
    • OpenVMS VAX & Alpha
    • Tru64 UNIX
    • Windows
    • HP-UX PA-RISC
    Continued support for BASEstar Subject to change without notice 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 44. OpenVMS Service Support
  • 45. OpenVMS Service Support Roadmap 2010 2009 2012 2011 2008 2007 Alpha V6.2x * V7.3-2 * V8.2 Integrity V8.2-1 V8.3 Standard Support Standard Support V8.3 Standard Support V8.3-1H1 Standard Support
    • Prior Version or Standard support will be provided on these versions at least until 2012.
    • ** w/24 mo notice : A 24-month notification will be provided before support is ended.
    • Standard support ends when the 2nd subsequent release ships. HP supports the current version and one back. Extended Engineering Support will be available for additional cost. Future version shipment dates are estimates.
    Subject to change without notice 2013 Standard Support 2014 Prior Version Support guaranteed at least until 2012 w/24 months prior expiration notice Prior Version Support guaranteed at least until 2012 w/24 months prior expiration notice Extended Engineering Support available w/24 months prior expiration notice Standard Support continues on new versions Extended Engineering Support available w/24 months prior expiration notice Extended Engineering Support available w/24 months prior expiration notice Extended Engineering Support available w/24 months prior expiration notice Extended Engineering Support available w/24 months prior expiration notice Standard Support continues on new versions
  • 46. OpenVMS Service Support Roadmap 2010 2009 2012 Prior Version Support guaranteed until 2012 2011 2008 2007 V5.5-2 V6.2 VAX V7.3 Prior Version Support guaranteed until 2012 Standard Support w/24 mo . Notice** Guaranteed Support at least until 2012* ** w/24 mo notice : A 24-month notification will be provided before support is ended. * Prior Version or Standard support will be provided on these versions at least until 2012. w/24 mo . Notice** Subject to change without notice w/24 mo . Notice** 2013 2014
  • 47. Notice
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