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Technical Corner z/OS V1.9 will run System z10* Enterprise Class, System z10 Business Class, System z9* Enterprise Class, System z9 Business Class, as well as all System z (z990, z890, z900 or z800) OSs. See the IBM Coupling Facility Level (CFLEVEL) considerations site for additional requirements. 3. There’s no longer System z file system (zFS) multi-file aggregate support, but zFS compatibility-mode aggregates are still supported. 4. The base element Firewall Technologies have been removed. I PSec u r it y replaces I ntegrated Sec u r it y Services. FTP Proxy Services, SOCKS V4, Network Address Translation and RealAudio haven’t been replaced. 5. TCP/IP, z/OS UNIX*, Language Environment, ISPF, Resource Management Facility (RMF) and msys for Setup Sysplex plug-ins are no longer available. 6. msys for Operations is eliminated. I BM plans on providing a new, equivalent function in a future release. o$DHK&#./ 1. In-stack TN3270 (Telnet function within the TCP/IP address space) has been removed; use the TN3270 Server. 2. A PPC communication between Host Conf iguration Manager and Host Conf igu rat ion Def init ion has been eliminated. You can now use TCP/IP. 3. SNA/IP has replaced the base element APPC Application Suite. 4. C/C++ IBM Open Class run-time support is removed, and the Standard C/C++ Library has replaced it. Impact of Withdrawn Elements or Features If you’re using z/OS elements or features that are removed from the new release, finding alternatives is difficult. These become migration tasks you can perform well before a z/OS migration. Here’s a list of items that apply to a z/OS V1.9 migration: o$DHK&#-/ 1. Support for one-byte console IDs is removed. Thoroughly review and eliminate use of this facility. 2. The Communications Server no longer includes AnyNet, TCP/IP configuration profile block definitions, the SNMP ser vice-level agreement (SLA) (pagtsnmp) subagent, and Enterprise Extender (EE) Transmission Groups (TGs) using multiple systems, applications and process (SAP) addresses. EE can replace AnyNet; the network SLA PM2 (nslapm2) subagent replaces the pagtsnp subagent, and vir tual IP adapters can replace EE TGs. Product Availability, Service, Cost and Compatibility Table 1 (below) summarizes availability and service/support dates for several z/OS* system releases. Availability is the date when a version/release of z/OS can first be ordered. Withdrawn from marketing is the date after which z/OS can no longer be ordered via no-charge ServerPac or CBPDO. End of service is the date after which IBM no longer provides non-billable z/OS defect support. You must pursue special ordering procedures for any z/OS release below unless you already have it. IBM may offer a withdrawn release via a service offering called SystemPac. s .ORMAL Z/3 6# SUPPORT HAS EXPIRED (OWEVER )"OFFERS A FEEBASED )"- ,IFECYCLE %XTENSION FOR Z/3 6# ÈPRODUCT NUMBER !"#!É WHICH EXTENDS SUPPORT FOR THIS RELEASE UP TO AN ADDITIONAL TWO YEARS UNTIL 3EPT   s ! Z3ERIES Z$ Z$% Z% Z%% 3YSTEM Z% "USINESS #LASS Z% %NTERPRISE #LASS OR MORE RECENT PROCESSOR IS REQUIRED TO RUN Z/3 6$ OR 6% s Z/3 6$ AND 6% ARE SUPPORTED ON Z3ERIES Z$ Z$% Z% Z%% 3YSTEM Z% "USINESS #LASS Z% %NTERPRISE #LASS 3YSTEM Z "USINESS #LASS Z %NTERPRISE #LASS —J.S. Table 1 Version/Release z/OS 1.4 z/OS 1.5 z/OS 1.6 Z/3 # Z/3 $ Z/3 % Z/3  Product Number !"% ! !"% ! !"% ! !"% ! !"% ! !"% ! !"% ! Availability 3EPT #  -ARCH "  3EPT    3EPT  ! 3EPT % " 3EPT $ # 3EPT " $ Withdrawn From Marketing 3EPT %  3EPT %  /CT   ! /CT  " /CT  # /CT # $ /CT # $ End of Service -ARCH  # -ARCH  # 3EPT  # 3EPT  $ ÈEXTENSION AVAILABLEÉ 3EPT  % 3EPTEMBER  ÈPROJECTED DATEÉ 3EPTEMBER  ÈPROJECTED DATEÉ 44 J U LY/A UGUS T 20 09 ibms ystemsmag .com /mainframe

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Editor’s Desk: Cooking Up a Data Solution
Trends: IBM’s Scorpion Team Provides an Updated Method for Analyzing and Optimizing IT Infrastructures
Focus on Storage: Tivoli Storage Manager 6 Accommodates Surging Data
Case Study: Insurance Company Swiss Mobiliar Uses BMC Software’s APPTUNE to Ensure its Applications Perform Well
Cover Story: An Integrated Data-Management Approach Supports Data Throughout its Lifecycle
Feature: InfoSphere Warehouse Expands Data-Warehouse Tooling to the System z for Operational BI Functionality
Technical Corner: Planning for a z/OS V1.9 Migration
Product News
Advertiser’s Index
Stop Run: IBM Jams Tap Into the Power of the Crowd
Reference Point
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IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Table of Contents
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IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 7
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Editor’s Desk: Cooking Up a Data Solution
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 9
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Trends: IBM’s Scorpion Team Provides an Updated Method for Analyzing and Optimizing IT Infrastructures
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 11
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 12
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IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 17
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Focus on Storage: Tivoli Storage Manager 6 Accommodates Surging Data
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IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 20
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 20a
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 20b
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 20c
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 20d
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 21
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Case Study: Insurance Company Swiss Mobiliar Uses BMC Software’s APPTUNE to Ensure its Applications Perform Well
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 23
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 24
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 25
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 26
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 27
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Cover Story: An Integrated Data-Management Approach Supports Data Throughout its Lifecycle
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 29
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 30
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 31
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IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 34
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 35
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Feature: InfoSphere Warehouse Expands Data-Warehouse Tooling to the System z for Operational BI Functionality
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 37
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 38
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 39
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 40
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 41
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Technical Corner: Planning for a z/OS V1.9 Migration
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 43
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 44
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - 45
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Product News
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Advertiser’s Index
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Stop Run: IBM Jams Tap Into the Power of the Crowd
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Cover3
IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe digital edition - July/August 2009 - Cover4
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