NonStop Systems Administration & Hardware Support Services
Guardian 90 Operating System - a truly unique architecture allowing up to 16
loosely coupled CPUs, independently share process loading, allow primary and
backup processes to run concurrently with periodic check-pointing, adjustable
priority settings from 1-199 (by users), disk mirroring to insure data
integrity, fault-tolerant online transaction processing (OLTP), and can run a
UNIX shell environment (OSS) simultaneously with access to legacy applications
through C+ and scripts.
Through knowledge and
experience with many subsystems and utilities, capable of writing IN files for
scripting for all routine tasks.
Experienced in systems and
hardware moves, migration, upgrades, and release management.
Well versed in most
third-party products used on HP NonStop servers like, Prognosis, InSession,
Golden-Gate, XYGATE Security, UniCenter TNG, CSP, Base24, Revision Management
Systems, Control, BMC-Patrol, MQ-Series, etc.
Thorough knowledge of
communications protocols and access methods (legacy networks)
Back to Top
WCS capabilities are derived from a history of the working differing
industries from air freighting, health systems, insurance, brokerage (including
online trading), retail, bank, money exchange, smart card, credit card, loyalty
card, manufacturing, cable systems management, and disaster recovery
- Guardian 90 Operating
WCS has long history of
supporting the Guardian 90 operating systems through several releases going
back as far as A.12 through the current H.12 revisions out today.
We can support even the older
legacy operating systems (pre-D.01 Releases) still using subsystems like PUP,
COUP, CUP, SYSGEN/INSTALL, CMI, CI (pre-TACL) and many others.
- Hardware Support &
Hardware support for clients
still using NS-I, NS-II, through S-Series where you are contracted for support
HP can find a helping hand in basic troubleshooting and pull-and-replace
- Legancy Data
Communications & Networks
WCS can work with all the legacy
communications protocols and interfaces for wide area networking schemas --
RS232C, UI, SNAX, AM3270, SDLC, HDLC, S100 (universal interfaces), X25AM,
X3PAD, etc, just to name a few.
Back to Top