OS/2
OS/2 is a series of computer operating systems, initially created by Microsoft and IBM, then later developed by IBM exclusively. The name stands for "Operating System/2", because it was introduced as ...
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EComStation
eComStation or eCS is a PC operating system based on OS/2, published by Serenity Systems and Mensys BV. It includes several additions and accompanying software not present in the IBM version of the sy...
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Information Presentation Facility
Information Presentation Facility (IPF) is a system for presenting online help and hypertext on IBM OS/2 systems. IPF also refers to the markup language that is used to create IPF content. The IPF l...
Network Installation Manager
Network Installation Manager is a system management framework on the IBM AIX operating system that installs and manages systems over a network.
SHARE Operating System
The SHARE Operating System, also known as SOS, was created in 1959 as an improvement on the General Motors GM-NAA I/O operating system, the first operating system, by the SHARE user group. The main ta...
IBM System/34, 36 System Support Program
System Support Program (SSP) was an operating system for the IBM System/34 and System/36 minicomputers. SSP was a command-based operating system released in 1977.
SSP originally contained 60 or so...
IBM System/34, 36 System Support Program - Wikipedia
IBM Airline Control Program
IBM Airline Control Program, or ACP, was an operating system developed by IBM beginning about 1965. In contrast to previous airline transaction processing systems, the most notable aspect of ACP is t...
Workload Partitions
AIX Workload partitions (WPARs) are a software implementation of operating system-level virtualization technology introduced in the IBM's AIX 6.1 operating system that provides application environment...
Graphical Data Display Manager
GDDM (Graphical Data Display Manager) is a computer graphics system for the IBM System/370 which was developed in IBM's Hursley lab, and first released in 1979. GDDM was originally designed to provide...
Project Monterey
Project Monterey was an attempt to build a single Unix operating system that ran across a variety of 32-bit and 64-bit platforms, as well as supporting multi-processing. Announced in October 1998, se...
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IBM Academic Operating System
Academic Operating System (AOS) was IBM's version of 4.3BSD Unix for the IBM RT. It was offered to academic institutions as an alternative to AIX, the usual RT operating system.AOS had a few extra fea...
IBM AIX
AIX (Advanced Interactive eXecutive, pronounced /ˌeɪaɪˈɛks/) is a series of proprietary Unix operating systems developed and sold by IBM for several of its computer platforms. Originally released for...
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IBM 7090/94 IBSYS
IBSYS was the tape based operating system that IBM supplied with its IBM 7090 and IBM 7094 computers. A similar operating system (but with several significant differences), also called IBSYS, was prov...
Accelerator (Software)
The Accelerator is a collection of development solutions for IBM i and Windows platforms using LANSA, and/or Microsoft .Net technologies provided by Surround Technologies(http://www.surroundtech.com)...
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IBM PC DOS
IBM PC DOS (full name: International Business Machines Corporation Personal Computer Disk Operating System) was an operating system for the IBM Personal Computer, manufactured and sold by IBM from the...
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CICS
Customer Information Control System (CICS) is a transaction server that runs primarily on IBM mainframe systems under z/OS and z/VSE.CICS is middleware designed to support rapid, high-volume online tr...
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IBM AIX SMIT
The AIX System Management Interface Tool (SMIT) is an interactive tool bundled with AIX which provides a menu-based alternative to the command line for managing and maintaining the AIX operating syste...
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Z/OS
z/OS is a 64-bit operating system for mainframe computers, produced by IBM. It derives from and is the successor to OS/390, which in turn followed a string of MVS versions. Like OS/390, z/OS combines ...
E (PC DOS)
E is the text editor which was made part of PC DOS with version 6.1 in June 1993, and later with version 7 and PC DOS 2000. In version 6.1, IBM dropped QBASIC, which, in its edit mode, was also the sy...
Basic direct access method
Basic Direct Access Method, or BDAM is an access method for IBM's OS/360 and successors computer operating systems on System/360 and later mainframes. BDAM "consists of routines used in retrieving da...
IBM i
IBM i is an EBCDIC-based operating system that runs on IBM Power Systems and on IBM PureSystems. The name was introduced in 2008, and it is the current evolution of the operating system, previously na...
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Terminal Productivity Executive
Terminal Productivity Executive (TPX), is a multiple session manager on IBM Mainframes i.e. in z/OS. It allows connected users to access resources with a single sign-on: It holds several sessions conc...
Input/Output Control System
Input/Output Control System (IOCS) is any of several packages on early IBM entry-level and mainframe computers that provided low level access to records on peripheral equipment. IOCS provides function...
Count Key Data
Count key data (CKD) is a direct access storage device (DASD) data architecture. Each physical disk record consists of a count field, an optional key field, and a ("user") data field with error correc...
IBM System/34,36 System Support Product
System Support Program (SSP) was an operating system for the IBM System/34 and System/36 minicomputers. SSP was a command-based operating system released in 1977.
SSP originally contained 60 or so...
IBM RSCT
IBM Reliable Scalable Cluster Technology (RSCT) is a set of software components that together provide a comprehensive clustering environment for AIX, Linux, Solaris, and Windows operating systems. RSC...