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May 14, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:53pm


By CBR Staff Writer

DEC is making it more attractive for users to run OpenVMS and Windows NT systems alongside each other by offering new products in its two-year-old Affinity OpenVMS-NT integration program. It claims the connectivity software is designed to enable the two environments to co-exist and share data and services, rather than an attempt to migrate OpenVMS users to NT. It claims 20,000 OpenVMS customers are also running NT systems. Wave 4 of the Affinity program includes an OpenVMS Data Mart offering which uses International Software Group’s ISG Navigator to enable users to connect NT-based Informatica data extraction and Business Objects OLAP query tools to databases running on OpenVMS systems. Prices start at $105,000. Simple OpenVMS data access from NT and web applications using ISG Navigator costs from around $10,000. DEC has extended its TP Web Server to supports ActiveX; the software enables web-based access to ACMS or ACMSxp transaction applications. The product ships next quarter.

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