Author Topic: Support Element 2.1 and ArcaOS/eCS on servers  (Read 1301 times)

Rich442

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Support Element 2.1 and ArcaOS/eCS on servers
« on: January 30, 2018, 05:46:36 pm »
I'm not sure where to post this. Please flag if it is in the wrong place. :)

Is IBM Support element still based on OS/2?
Anybody ever used it to boot (an program load) a z-series or System/390 machine? Can it be updated for Xeon series?
I think it would be great to know more about this application and whether ArcaOS could be used as a platform to make an updated version for the newest mainframes.  Inter
Does AN have a licensing scheme that would be attractive to  big-data corporations and "growing businesses" who use AIX or MS Exchange (or IBM/Oracle Linux)?

I noticed that IBM provides support plans  on a monthly, hourly or yearly cycle.
My thought process is that an updated system element by  could be an excellent way of getting OS/2 back in the corporate sphere.  Lenovo has some server solutions that look really interesting Lenovo High-Performance

Thank you for any thoughts.


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