MVS/ESA

MVS/ESA
abbr.
Multiple Virtual Storage/Extended System Architecture (IBM)
Syn:

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  • MVS/ESA — MVS/ESA: MVS Enterprise System Architecture. Version of MVS, first introduced as MVS/SP Version 3 in February 1988. Replaced by/renamed as OS/390 late 1995.MVS/ESA OpenEdition: Version of MVS/ESA announced February 1993 with support for POSIX… …   Wikipedia

  • MVS/ESA —   [Abk. für MVS/Enterprise Systems Architecture, dt. »MVS/unternehmensweite Systemarchitektur«], MVS …   Universal-Lexikon

  • MVS/ESA — Multiple Virtual System / Extended System Architecture (Computing » General) …   Abbreviations dictionary

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  • MVS/ESA — Multiple Virtual Storage/Extended Storage Architecture ( IBM) …   Acronyms von A bis Z

  • MVS/ESA —    Multiple Virtual Storage/Enterprise Systems Architecture (IBM) …   IT glossary of terms, acronyms and abbreviations

  • MVS/ESA SP — abbr. Multiple Virtual Storage/Extended System Architecture System Product (IBM) Syn: MVSESASP …   United dictionary of abbreviations and acronyms

  • MVS/XA — MVS/XA, or Multiple Virtual Storage/Extended Architecture, was a version of the IBM operating system that is now called z/OS. It was available only on the high end 43xx, and 308x and later ranges of IBM computers, and was replaced by MVS/ESA,… …   Wikipedia

  • MVS — (Multiple Virtual Storage, Múltiple Almacén Virtual en inglés) fue el sistema operativo más usado en los modelos de mainframes System/370 y System/390 de IBM. No tiene ninguna relación con VM/CMS, otro sistema operativo de IBM. El MVS fue lanzado …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • MVS —   [Abk. für Multiple Virtual Storage, dt. »mehrfacher virtueller Speicher«], Bezeichnung eines Betriebssystems für Großrechner von IBM. Das 1974 eingeführte System war besonders für die Stapelverarbeitung konzipiert. Es stellte jedem Anwender… …   Universal-Lexikon

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