UPDATE: (Thur, Feb 6, 2014) I'd like to thank everyone for being patient. As mentioned earlier, OpenVMS.org is being ported to a new content management system. Due to the enormous amount of data, 13 years worth in the database, it's taking longer than anticipated. We're hoping the new site will be up and running within the next couple of weeks. Bare with us, it's been a colossal task! -Ken Farmer
Thursday October 31 2013 @ 10:52AM EDT, Ken Farmer
You must have seen the Open source program updates on the OpenVMS platform in recent HP OpenVMS Newsletters. The program is intended to both preserve existing open source code written for or ported to the OpenVMS operating system and to assist in the development of new packages.
Monday October 07 2013 @ 03:30PM EDT, Janos Gaspar
US Treasury in Chantilly, VA seeks an OpenVMS (8.45) Technical Consultant. Must have a current Top Secret security clearance. $60 an hour. Six-month contract (with strong possibility of extension).
Thursday September 26 2013 @ 12:10AM EDT, Ken Farmer
From Application Modernization on OpenVMS Series, - VI, Plugging HP OpenVMS into HP Public Cloud. Object Storage and Message Queuing on a Global Scale. By John Apps and Brett Cameron, September 2013
Tuesday September 24 2013 @ 08:30AM EDT, Ian
Oracle have announced the release of Oracle Rdb Release 184.108.40.206 (aka V7.3-10). The kit is available on My Oracle Support as patch set numbers 17482084 (Itanium kit) and 17482096 (Alpha kit).
Monday September 16 2013 @ 02:20PM EDT, Ken Farmer
Welcome to V20 of the OpenVMS Technical Journal. It is indeed a great pleasure in bringing this edition of the Technical Journal to all the VMS enthusiasts around the world. We trust that you will find all the articles informative and useful. In this edition you will find many articles that will interest you and will help our OpenVMS users improve the efficiency and business efficacy is some way.
Thursday August 29 2013 @ 08:23AM EDT, Kenneth Farmer
- II Concepts, Approaches, and Methods
- III Developing Software, Latest Technologies, Open Source
- IV Data Component Applications Integration
- V Web Services Integration Toolkit
Tuesday August 13 2013 @ 12:11PM EDT, Dr. Bill Highleyman
Despite previous concerns of many in the HP community about the future of HP’s robust OpenVMS operating system, HP recently released an OpenVMS roadmap that indicates that OpenVMS support will continue for years to come. According to the roadmap, the latest version of OpenVMS, V8.4, running on Integrity i2 servers, will be provided full HP support through 2020 and perhaps beyond. The roadmap also provides continuing support for legacy versions of OpenVMS running on VAX, Alpha, and Integrity servers.