INTERCHIP AG is announcing that RTD/zOS Version 8.1.0 has now reached General Availability status. RTD/zOS Version 8.1.0 is the initial product in the RTD Suite of products.
RTD/zOS Version 8.1.0 is a complete replacement for RTD 8.0.0 and earlier releases, and includes the following optional features:
·PM – Preserve Mirror Support provides full support for devices using Remote Pair FlashCopy to maintain business continuity in z/OS environments with continuous dataset operations. FRO is a pre-requisite for PM.
·FRO – The Fast Replication Option allows optimal I/O performance and reduced dataset enqueue contention by letting I/O operations run as a background task in the I/O device controller, rather than being executed by channel programs in an RTD address space. Since the operation is almost instantly complete from the viewpoint of RTD processing, datasets are enqueued for significantly shorter periods when data movement takes place. FRO supports FlashCopy V2 devices.
·MAS – Multiple Address Space Support allows concurrent processing of up to 28 volumes and circumvents the MVS TIOT size limit which restricts the number of allocations (about 3,200) within an address space.
Please click here for further information about RT/zOS 8.1.0.
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