Here are some links to resources that may help the OpenVMS community.
HP owns and maintains OpenVMS v8.4 and earlier versions and keeps many resources available for OpenVMS users on their web sites. A couple of the more helpful links are included here.
Note: HP has made some significant changes to their organization and web site. Some of the links below my not be current. These will be updated as information becomes available.
- OpenVMS V7.3 - V8.4 Documentation - documentation for supported versions of OpenVMS and some layered products
- OpenVMS Technical Journal - collections of technical articles about OpenVMS
- T4 and Friends - a free performance data collection tool for OpenVMS
- TDC and ECP - Performance Data Collector and Analyzer
- OpenVMS Management Station - a Microsoft Windows based tool for managing printers, user accounts and storage on OpenVMS systems
- Availability Manager - System management tool that enables you to monitor one or more OpenVMS nodes on the network with a graphical user interface
VMS Software Inc. maintains and develops OpenVMS v8.4-1h1 and later versions. A couple of their more helpful links are included here.
- VSI OpenVMS Roadmap - Future directions for OpenVMS
Ken Farmer maintains an OpenVMS community with news, references for beginners and the more advanced users, resources for developers and system managers and more.
We are pleased to make available to the OpenVMS community the following presentations which were given by PARSEC Group at various OpenVMS Bootcamps and HP Tech Forums.
- Migrating a Web Site to OpenVMS presented by Paul Williams
- Understanding and Maintaining the Integrity Console presented by Jim Mehlhop
- OpenVMS Security presented by Paul Williams
- OpenVMS Process Internals presented by Wayne Sauer
- Using Free Tools to Analyze OpenVMS Performance presented by Wayne Sauer
PARSEC Group has presented many online seminars providing information about some of the features of the operating systems we support. Some of our more popular presentations include:
Whether you are needing an emulator to access our systems during training, or needing to access your own systems using the Telnet or SSH protocols, we have reviewed some terminal emulators that run on Microsoft Windows and Linux and work with OpenVMS.
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