Latest releases about z86VM
June 15, 2014
Having your cake and eating it
Everyone knows that mainframes are the best computers you can have. You can run them locally, you can hide them in the cloud, and you can link them together into a massive processing network. But we also know that there are smaller platforms out there that work differently. Wouldn’t it be brilliant if you could run them all from one place?
May 28, 2014
z86VM simplifies Mainframe management and delivers Cloud value with Third Beta Release of z86VM by Mantissa Corporation
Mantissa is delivering the third beta of its new z86VM offering targeting the cloud deployment of x86 servers and desktops on IBM System z mainframes.
“Virtual x86 Machines” Created in Minutes with Second Beta Release of z86VM by Mantissa Corporation
Following years of intense development, Mantissa is releasing the second beta of z86VM, a system which permits you to create “virtual x86 machines” for use as servers or desktop systems in minutes.
Mantissa z86VM Virtualization Leverages IBM zEC12 and z/VM
Windows on System z
May 10, 2010
In 2008, Mantissa announced on the IBMVM discussion list they were creating an Intel-on-z/VM product called z/VOS. The news generated restrained excitement. Intel machines had seriously threatened the mainframe’s existence for decades, so embracing the newly hosted platform wasn’t necessarily attractive. Yet, replacing dozens or hundreds of “squatty little boxes” with virtual machines under z/VM was an exciting concept and could further aid the resurgence of the mainframe, as has Linux on System z.
March 4, 2009 Software that for the first time lets users run native copies of the Windows operating systems on a mainframe will be introduced Friday by datacenter automation vendor Mantissa.
Mantissa puts Microsoft Windows on a mainframe
Well, this article was a bit premature, but expresses the goals of z86VM.
April 30, 2012 Especially noteworthy about the STASH design is that it capitalizes on IBM’s System z virtualization, security and reliability features, including global mirroring. The goal is to provide a desktop hosting environment ….Ultimately, through use of the z86VM product from Mantissa, a complete reduction in servers necessary to host PCs may be possible. Perhaps 50,000 desktops could be supported across four mainframes instead of 500 virtualized x86 servers.
Sneaking Through the Skunkworks: A Secret Mainframe/Thin Client Project
Well, this article was also a bit premature, but, it too, expresses the goals of z86VM.