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AbiWord is a lightweight, free, multiplatform word processing program, which can read Microsoft Word files and many other document formats.
The Acu4GL product line provides users of ACUCOBOL-GT applications with access to information stored in popular Relational Database Management Systems and data sources.
ACUCOBOL-GT is an ANSI 1985 compliant COBOL development system that includes components of the ANSI X3.23a-1989 supplement and many proprietary extensions. Programs that are compiled for machine-independent object code can be executed on any of hundreds of supported platforms without recompilation. Acucorp supports development and deployment on IBM eServer xSeries, pSeries, iSeries, and zSeries servers.
AcuConnect is a client/server technology that is an integral part of a distributed computing solution. AcuConnect can be deployed in two ways: in a distributed processing environment and in a system architecture that uses Acucorp's Thin Client technology. With AcuConnect, you can implement a client/server system in which the client piece can be as "thin" or as "thick" as you need.
AcuServerTM is a remote file server technology that provides file access services to ACUCOBOL-GT applications running on UNIX and Windows TCP/IP-based networks. The AcuServer technology gives your applications the ability to create and store indexed, relative, and sequential data files on any UNIX, Linux, or Windows NT/2000 server equipped with AcuServer, the ability to access XML documents stored on remote servers, when used in conjunction with Acucorp’s AcuXML interface, full function remote access from supported clients to all ACUCOBOL-GT indexed, relative, sequential, and object files stored on an AcuServer server, full record locking support of all ACUCOBOL-GT indexed and relative files, and transparent access to both remote and local files.
AcuSQL is a simple, cost-effective solution for those who want or need to use embedded SQL statements in their COBOL programs to access SQL-conversant data sources. AcuSQL is an add-on tool to the ACUCOBOL-GT development system that supports the inclusion of embedded SQL (ESQL) statements in ACUCOBOL-GT program source code. The AcuSQL pre-compiler, in combination with the AcuSQL runtime library, allows your ESQL COBOL programs to access IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, and ISO/ANSI SQL92 compliant data sources. AcuSQL is a member of the extended family of Acucorp solutions.
Alien is a converter for Linux packages. It can convert between Red Hat (rpm), Debian (dpkg), stampede (slp), and SlackWare (tgz) formats.
Allegro CL
Allegro CL is a Common LISP implementation and development environment. A free, limited trial version is available for Linux and Windows. Add-on packages include a GUI IDE, an ODBC package, an OODBMS, and a runtime package for distributing programs.
Apache HTTP Server
The Apache HTTP Server Project is an effort to develop and maintain an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems. The goal of this project is to provide a secure, efficient, and extensible server that provides HTTP services in sync with the current HTTP standards. Apache has been the most popular web server on the Internet since April, 1996. Runs on Linux on most any processor.
Application Workload Modeler
IBM Application Workload Modeler can help you allocate existing system resources more efficiently by modeling, generating real traffic on your network, and evaluating the network performance of existing workloads. It can help you effectively plan additional system resources by analyzing performance impacts of new functions and/or increased capacity before they are deployed.
ATLAS 3.6.0
The ATLAS (Automatically Tuned Linear Algebra Software) project is an ongoing research effort focusing on applying empirical techniques in order to provide portable performance. At present, it provides C and Fortran77 interfaces to a portably efficient BLAS implementation, as well as a few routines from LAPACK.
Base/1 Number Class
Base/1 Number class is a high-performance C++ class that implements high-precision decimal math. Base One's Number class is a general-purpose alternative to the built-in numeric data types of C++, with added safeguards against a variety of common (and not-so-common) errors.
bash is a shell, also known as a command language interpreter, for modern computers. It is Bourne shell (sh) compatible and incorporates useful features from the Korn shell (ksh) and C shell (csh). It conforms to the IEEE POSIX P1003.2/ISO 9945.2 Shell and Tools standard.
The GNU binutils are a collection of binary tools to do low-level manipulation. These utilities do anything from creating, modifying and extracting from archives to listing printable strings from files. Many of them also use the opcodes library to assemble and disassemble machine instructions.
BitKeeper is a reliable, powerful, and distributed configuration management system that runs on most popular Linux distributions running on most hardware.
The BLAS (Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms) are high quality building block routines for performing basic vector and matrix operations. Level 1 BLAS do vector-vector operations, Level 2 BLAS do matrix-vector operations, and Level 3 BLAS do matrix-matrix operations. Because the BLAS are efficient, portable, and widely available, they're commonly used in the development of high quality linear algebra software, LINPACK and LAPACK for example.
BREXX is a Rexx implementation that is free for non-commercial use. The package includes C source code and pre-built binaries for Linux and other platforms.
Bynari Insight Server
Bynari offers an enterprise email server that scales from Intel platforms to IBM main+E33frames, providing world-class reliability for hundreds of thousands of users. Insight Server delivers a Linux based mail services product that provides an alternative to Microsoft Exchange and existing enterprise messaging servers.
C/Database Toolchest
A C/C++ ISAM database package including full C source code. The product supports dBase file conversion as well as B+tree indexed file access for its own data files, and includes both C and C++ libraries.
Cluster Systems Management
Cluster software enables organizations to build, manage and expand clusters efficiently. Cluster-ready software from IBM enables any multiple IBM e-server system solution or cluster to look and act like a single system for end users and system administrators.
CodeBase is a flexible, portable, high-performance C/C++ xBase-compatible engine and toolkit that can run in embedded or client-server mode. The runtime can be distributed royalty-free.
CodeWarrior Tools for Embedded Linux Development
CodeWarrior Tools for Embedded Linux Development is an IDE for C/C++ and Java development. It includes support for gdb and ddd debuggers, a Java Swing/AWT RAD layout editor, and integration with revision control tools such as CVS.
Communication Server for Linux
IBM Communication Server for Linux offers a comprehensive package of enterprise networking solutions to effectively connect your employees, customers and trading partners across multiprotocol networks, while providing security, monitoring, high availability, and simplified administration and maintenance.
CPAN is the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network, the definitive source for All Things Perl. CPAN includes hundreds of Perl modules for every imagineable task, including database access, network protocols, Web Services, string processing, mail processing, image processing, compression, and many more.
The developers describe CRUX for PowerPC as a lightweight GNU/Linux distribution targeted at experienced Linux users. CRUX is also available for i686 systems.
The C Shell (csh) is a command language interpreter incorporating a history mechanism, job control facilities, interactive file name and user name completion, and a C-like syntax. It is used both as an interactive login shell and a shell script command processor.
Custom Math Functions for High Performance Computing
Supercomputer use is typically limited by the electricity bill, and math functions have a direct role in this cost. Math functions such as "log", "exp", "arcsin", "erfc", are usually implemented as library functions with conditional branches. The conditional branches inhibit the compiler's ability to perform various optimization transformations. This inhibition, in turn, limits the performance of the application to below the theoretical peak of the hardware, thus increasing the computational costs. Custom Math Functions for High Performance Computing removes the conditional branches that inherently drive up exponentially the number of calculations.
CViz is a visualization tool designed for analyzing high-dimensional data (data with many elements) in large, complex data sets. CViz easily loads the data sets, displays the most important factors relating clusters of records, and provides full-motion visualization of the inherent data clusters.
CVS (Concurrent Version Control)
CVS is a version control system and an important component of Source Configuration Management (SCM). Using it, you can record the history of sources files and documents. It fills a similar role to the free software RCS, PRCS, and Aegis packages. CVS is included in most popular Linux distributions running on most hardware.
Cxref is a program that will produce documentation (in LaTeX, HTML, RTF or SGML) including cross-references from C program source code.
DB2 Content Manager
DB2® Content Manager manages all types of digitized content including HTML and XML Web content, document images, electronic office documents, printed output, audio, and video. It provides content management infrastructure for compliance, document lifecycle management, email management, digital media, and web content management.
DB2 Query Patroller
DB2 Query Patroller is a powerful query management system that you can use to proactively and dynamically control the flow of queries against your DB2 database. It can identify frequently-used or expensive queries, track and cancel runaway queries, and adjust query priority based on user, query type, or time of day.
DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition
DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition (ESE) is designed to meet the relational database server needs of mid- to large-size businesses. It can be deployed on Linux, UNIX, or Windows servers of any size, from one CPU to hundreds of CPUs. DB2 ESE is an ideal foundation for building on demand enterprise-wide solutions, such as large data warehouses of multiple terabyte size or high performing 24x7 available high volume transaction processing business solutions, or Web-based solutions. It is the database backend of choice for industry-leading ISVs building enterprise solutions, such as, Business Intelligence, Content Management, e-Commerce, ERP, CRM, or SCM. Additionally, DB2 ESE offers connectivity, compatibility, and integration with other enterprise DB2 and Informix data sources.
DB2 UDB Express Edition
IBM DB2 Universal Database Express Edition V8.1 is the lowest priced full function relational database, featuring self-tuning and self-configuring autonomic capabilities for ease of manageability on Linux or Windows platform choices. DB2 UDB Express Edition, the newest member of the DB2 Universal Database product family, is designed to reduce the total costs of ownership for mid-market businesses.
DB2 UDB Personal Developer's Edition
DB2 Personal Developer's Edition (PDE) enables a developer to design and build single user desktop applications. This offering includes Windows and Linux versions of DB2 Personal Edition as well as the DB2 Extenders.
DB2 UDB Personal Edition
DB2 UDB Personal Edition (PE): provides a single user full-function relational database, with built-in replication, ideal for desktop or laptop PC-based deployments. DB2 PE can be remotely managed, making it the perfect choice for deployment in occasionally connected or remote office implementations that don't require multi-user capability. DB2 PE can be deployed in Linux or Windows single user, with inbound connection limited to administration use only, desktop or laptop workstations.
DB2 UDB Universal Developer's Edition
DB2 Universal Developer's Edition offers a low cost package for a single application developer to design, build, and prototype applications for deployment on any of the DB2 client or server platforms. This comprehensive developer’s offering includes all client and server DB2 editions, DB2 Connect, the DB2 Extenders, Warehouse Manager, and Intelligent Miner allowing customers to build solutions that utilize the latest database technologies. The software in this package cannot be used for production systems.
DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition
DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition (WSE): is the relational database server of choice for deployment in a departmental or workgroup or medium-sized business environment that has a reasonable number of internal users. WSE is licensed on a per-user model, designed to provide an attractive price point for medium-size installations while providing a full-function relational database server. DB2 WSE can be deployed in Linux, UNIX, and Windows server environments on systems with up to four CPUs.
DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition
DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition (WSUE): Offers a per-processor licensing model for relational database deployment in a departmental or workgroup or medium-sized business environment that has Internet users or number of users that makes per-processor licensing more attractive than the WSE per-user licensing model. DB2 WSUE can be deployed in Linux, UNIX, and Windows environments on systems with up to four CPUs.
The Distributed Debugging Tool is a comprehensive graphical debugger for scalar, multi-threaded and large-scale parallel applications that are written in C, C++ and Fortran. DDT is available on IBM AIX and Linux on Power, HP-UX, Linux (most variants), SGI Altix, SGI IRIX and Sun Solaris. It is compatible with compilers from Absoft, IBM, Intel, Pathscale, PGI, Sun Microsystems and the GNU compiler suite. DDT supports all known MPI distributions.
Debian GNU/Linux
Debian is a widely used distribution that features broad platform support and a large user community. Debian runs on PowerPC, S/390, i386, IA-64, M68020 and higher, Alpha, Sparc, ARM, MIPS, and PA-RISC systems.
decNumber++ is a high-performance decimal arithmetic library in ISO C++ that is especially suitable for commercial and human-oriented applications. This technology permits the use of decimal floating-point types in C++. Decimal floating-point arithmetic allows performance-critical business applications to conduct monetary calculations accurately and swiftly.
Directory Replicator for Grid
Directory Replicator for Grid is a high-performance directory transfer tool for the grid. It sits atop GridFTP, the protocol proposed for grid computing data transfers. The Directory Replicator is used to copy a directory tree from a client, transfer its data across the grid, and reconstruct the directory tree at a server.
ECT for Linux
Enhanced Cluster Tools (ECT) for Linux is a set of additional tools for the enhancement of Cluster Systems Management (CSM), which assists an administrator in managing a whole set of Linux machines. CSM includes features such as parallel installation, hardware control, configuration file management, event monitoring, and more that help make it easier for an administrator to set up and maintain clusters. ECT provides additional features such as an xCAT-to-CSM transitional tool and scripts for easily collecting data from service processors. Many of the scripts in ECT are early versions of tools that will eventually be merged into CSM in future releases.
Edge Computing Project
The Edge Computing Project is a technology demonstration of edge computing and its on-demand capacity to take advantage of the Akamai network. It introduces a development paradigm for more optimally exploiting a distributed environment.
Emacs is an open-source, extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor. With millions of users and thousands of add-in modules, emacs is one of the most widely-used text editors and has been integrated with nearly every Unix facility imaginable.
Enlightenment is a configurable, themable window manager for the X Window System.
ESSL 2.0
IBM provides an Engineering Scientific Subroutine Library (ESSL) for many mathematical and matrix operations. ESSL includes linear algebra routines, some of which are from, or make use of, the Basic Linear Algebra Subroutine package, BLAS (see Appendix A of the IBM ESSL documentation). Only a handful of LAPACK routines have been included in ESSL, such as SGETRF for factoring a general matrix.
Expect is a Tcl-based tool for automating interactive applications such as telnet, ftp, passwd, fsck, rlogin, tip, etc. Expect is also useful for testing these same applications. By adding Tk, you can also wrap interactive applications in X11 GUIs. Expect is available for most every Linux distribution running on most hardware.
FairUCE (which stands for "Fair use of Unsolicited Commercial Email") is a spam filter that stops spam by verifying sender identity instead of filtering content. It can stop the vast majority of spam without the use of a content filter and without requiring a probable spam or bulk folder that needs to be checked periodically. As one of the first spam filters that uses sender identity rather than email content to determine if it is legitimate, all this can be accomplished quickly using simple, inexpensive tests.
Post-Linked Optimization for Linux on Power is a performance-tuning utility used to improve the execution time and the real memory utilization of user-level application programs, based on their run-time profiles.
Fedora Core Linux
Fedora Core is the free successor to the popular Red Hat Linux distribution.
FlexeLint is an industrial-strength lint program for C and C++ that can find a wide variety of errors and would-be errors in your source code.
Formal Checkers
FoCs (short for Formal Checkers, pronounced "fox") is a productivity tool for automatic generation of simulation monitors from formal specifications. It greatly aids chip designers and verification engineers in the complex, costly task of verifying chip designs before submitting them to manufacturing.
Free Linux Tools for AIX
Want to run your favorite Linux applications on AIX? You'll find a wide variety of useful software and nifty tools in the AIX Toolbox for Linux Applications.
GCC is the GNU Compiler Collection, which currently contains compilers for C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, and Ada, as well as libraries for these languages (libstdc++, libgcj,...).
GDB can start your program, specifying anything that might affect its behavior, make your program stop on specified conditions, examine what has happened when your program has stopped, and change things in your program so that you can experiment with correcting the effects of one bug and go on to learn about another. You can debug your C, C++, Pascal, Objective-C programs running on Linux on Power Architecture.
General Parallel File System (GPFS) for Linux
The General Parallel File System (GPFS) for Linux is a high performance shared-disk file system that can provide data access from nodes in a Linux cluster environment. Parallel and serial applications can readily access shared files using standard UNIX file system interfaces, and the same file can be accessed concurrently from multiple nodes. GPFS is designed to provide high availability through logging and replication, and can be configured for failover from both disk and server malfunctions. GPFS has been widely accepted on the IBM RS/6000 SP system to scale file system I/O which can help meet the requirements of a wide range of applications including seismic data processing, digital library file serving, and data mining in business intelligence. GPFS for Linux is available as two separately orderable licensed programs - GPFS for Linux on 325 and xSeries product number 5765-G23 and GPFS for Linux on POWER product number 5765-G20.
Gentoo Linux
Gentoo Linux can be automatically optimized and customized for a variety of purposes. The developers refer to Gentoo as a meta-distribution, due to this flexibility. Gentoo Linux supports PowerPC, x86, AMD64, UltraSparc, Alpha, and MIPS systems.
The GIMP is the GNU Image Manipulation Program. It can be used for photo retouching, image composition, and image authoring.
GNAT is an Ada 95 IDE which includes a language-sensitive editor, visual debugger, compiler and linker for ADA and C++, version control integration, and code analysis such as style checking, dead code elimination, and memory leak detection.
GNU C Library
The GNU C library is a complete, open-source, standards compliant implementation of the standard C library. It is used as the C library in the GNU system and most newer systems with the Linux kernel.
GNU FORTRAN Compiler gcc-g77
g77 is the Fortran language front end for the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC). g77 is included in the main GCC distribution. GCC is available on most Linux-supported platforms, including PowerPC, Alpha, x86, IA-64, S/390, Sparc, and AMD64.
GNU Pascal
GNU Pascal is an optimizing native and cross compiler for the Pascal language, and can generate executable code for many target systems. It implements the ISO Pascal standard, most of ISO Extended Pascal, and Borland Pascal and Delphi language extensions.
GNU Scientific Library (GSL)
The GNU Scientific Library (GSL) is a numerical library for C and C++ programmers. The library covers a wide range of topics in numerical computing, including complex numbers, roots of polynomials, vectors and matrices, special functions, permutations, linear algebra, fast fourier transforms, eigenvalues, statistics, differential equations, and many others.
The Gnumeric spreadsheet is part of the GNOME desktop environment, intended to be a drop in replacement for proprietary spreadsheets. It can import Excel, 1-2-3, Applix, Sylk, XBase Quattro Pro, Dif, Plan Perfect, and Oleo files.
Graphical LPAR Monitor for System p5 Servers
Graphical LPAR Monitor for System p5 Servers (LPARMon) is a graphical Logical Partition (LPAR) monitoring tool that can be used to monitor the state of one or more LPARs on a System p5 server.
GTK+ is an open source toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces, primarily developed for use with the X Window System. Offering a complete set of widgets, GTK+ is suitable for projects ranging from small one-off projects to complete application suites.
gtkmm is a C++ interface for the popular GUI library gtk+. gtkmm provides a convenient interface for C++ programmers to create graphical user interfaces with Gtk's flexible OO framework. Highlights include type safe callbacks, widgets extensible using inheritance, and over 110 classes that can be freely combined to quickly create complex user interfaces.
Guide OpenMP Compiler
The Guide OpenMP* Compiler is a complete OpenMP implementation for C, C++, and Fortran. Using OpenMP directives, it exploits the parallelism of shared memory multiprocessor computers and computers with Hyper-Threading Technology.
GUILE (GNU's Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extension) is a library implementation of the Scheme language. It is designed for easy embedding into any application or utility, to enable Scheme-based scripting and plug-in capability.
HeapRoots is a tool for debugging memory leaks in Java applications through analysis of heap dumps. HeapRoots analyses the heap dumps, which are typically text files containing information about the objects in the JVM garbage collected heap.
How to build your next app on Linux Overview, training, and tech support
Hungry for Linux apps? We're serving up IBM middleware for Linux (DB2 Universal Database, WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Studio Site Developer, WebSphere MQ, Lotus Domino, Tivoli Access Manager, and more) on a free Linux Software Evaluation Kit (SEK) -- plus all the free tech support and training you need to get started!
HTTP Server
The IBM HTTP Server is a free HTTP server based on the Apache web server. It features easy installation, support for SSL secure connections, Fast Response Cache Accelerator, hardware crypto support, and an easy-to-navigate help system.
IBM Cloudscape
IBM Cloudscape is the original embeddable, all Java object-relational database management system. With a small footprint but big functionality, Cloudscape dramatically lowers the cost of development, testing, and support for Linux on Power Architecture.
IBM DB2 Universal Database and related tools
DB2 Universal Database Version 8.1 offers many database and information management enhancements for your business. Version 8.1 greatly reduces the complexity of data management, provides a strong foundation of information integration technologies, and reduces memory consumption on the database and much more. These enhancements mark the next stage in the evolution of the relational database.
IBM Developer Kit 1.4.2 for Linux, Java 2 Technology Edition, 32-bit
The IBM Developer Kit for Linux, Java 2 Technology Edition, is a development kit and runtime environment that contains IBM's just-in-time compiler, enhanced with a unique Mixed Mode Interpreter and a re-engineered Java 2 virtual machine. Platforms supported include POWER, zSeries, x86, IA-64, and AMD64 systems.
IBM Developer Kit 1.4.2 for Linux, Java 2 Technology Edition, 64-bit
The IBM Developer Kit for Linux, Java 2 Technology Edition, is a development kit and runtime environment that contains IBM's just-in-time compiler, enhanced with a unique Mixed Mode Interpreter and a re-engineered Java 2 virtual machine. Platforms supported include POWER, zSeries, x86, IA-64, and AMD64 systems.
IBM Development Package for Eclipse
The IBM Development Package for Eclipse is an unsupported Eclipse-based development tool. It enables developers to build and run Java applications with its ready-to-run development environment out of the box. There are versions available for Windows 32-bit and Linux 32-bit on Intel (xSeries).
IBM Engineering and Scientific Subroutine Library
The Engineering and Scientific Subroutine Library (ESSL) is a set of high-performance mathematical subroutines. ESSL is provided as two run-time libraries, running on the following servers: IBM Cluster 1600, IBM POWER servers, SP systems, or BladeCenter JS20. ESSL also runs on the following processors: POWER3, POWER3-II, POWER4, POWER4+, POWER5, and PowerPC 970 processors. ESSL can be used with Fortran, C, and C++ programs operating under the AIX and Linux operating systems.
IBM Grid Toolbox
The IBM Grid Toolbox, is a comprehensive, integrated toolkit for creating and hosting grid services.
IBM Installation Toolkit for Linux on POWER
The IBM Installation Toolkit for Linux on POWER provides a set of tools and utilities that help you install the Linux operating system on IBM servers with POWER architecture.
IBM Java Software Development Kit
Fully compatible with Sun JVM 1.3.1 specification IBM Java Development Kit includes JRE Java Runtime Environment (JRE), and development tools, such as compilers, debuggers, profilers, debug versions of libraries and executables. Additional packages are Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS) package and Java Communications application programming interface package (JAVACOMM API)
IBM Object Storage Device Simulator for Linux
An object store (ObS) or object storage device (OSD) enables the creation of self-managed, shared, and secure storage for storage networks. The device is accessed through a standard object interface. The OSD Simulator is an implementation of an object-based storage device. It functions as a reference implementation compliant with the T10-OSD standard specification.
IBM Performance Simulator for Linux on POWER
The IBM Performance Simulator for Linux on POWER is a suite of performance models based on IBM's POWER series of processors. Users of Linux on POWER will be able to examine how their code executes on various IBM POWER processors so that they can identify and avoid common performance hazards on these processors.
IBM Performance Simulator for Linux on POWER
The IBM Performance Simulator for Linux on POWER is a suite of performance models based on IBM's POWER series of processors. Users of Linux on POWER will be able to examine how their code executes on various IBM POWER processors so that they can identify and avoid common performance hazards on these processors.
IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator
IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator synchronizes identity data residing in directories, databases, collaborative systems, applications used for human resources (HR), customer relationship management (CRM), and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and other corporate applications.
IBM Tivoli Directory Server
IBM Tivoli Directory Server provides a powerful Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) identity infrastructure that is the foundation for deploying comprehensive identity management applications and advanced software architectures like Web services.
IBM Tivoli License Manager
IBM license management software offerings help companies achieve a total software asset management solution, enabling planning, management and optimization of enterprise wide software assets. With advanced software inventory, usage monitoring, contract and reporting capabilities, businesses can know exactly what software licenses they have, which ones are being used and which ones they need. In addition, these offerings help organizations to efficiently manage the contractual and financial details of software contracts and agreements.
IBM Tivoli Monitoring
IBM Tivoli Monitoring provides monitoring for essential system resources, to detect bottlenecks and potential problems, and to automatically recover from critical situations. Tivoli Monitoring saves system administrators from manually scanning through extensive performance data before problems can be solved.
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager
Tivoli Storage Manager solution provides insurance for your data on Linux and Unix platforms. If a disk drive fails, the Tivoli Storage Manager solution can restore your lost data. If you accidentally delete a file, the Tivoli Storage Manager solution can bring it back. If your entire operation is hit by a disaster, the Tivoli Storage Manager solution keeps your data safe and provides speedy data recovery. the Tivoli Storage Manager solution on Linux provides your company with 24 hours a day, 365 days a year access to mission critical data on Linux and Unix platforms.
IBM WebSphere Application Server V5.1
IBM's enterprise-class Web middleware server includes IBM HTTP Server and MQ 5.3 for embedded messaging. The Java engine is based on JDK 1.4.1. Versions support Linux on POWER, zSeries, x86, and AMD64 systems.
Icon is a high-level, general-purpose programming language with a large repertoire of features for processing data structures and character strings. Icon is an imperative, procedural language with a syntax reminiscent of C and Pascal, but with semantics at a much higher level.
IDEA is a full-feature Java IDE which focuses on advanced features for code editing, refactoring support, and navigation. It integrates with many version control systems, ANT, and JUnit.
Informix Dynamic Server 7 and Related tools
IBM Informix software delivers superior application performance for transaction intensive environments. The Informix product family provides flexible solutions that integrate easily with your IT environment -- ensuring high performance and streamlined, easy administration while managing massive amounts of structured and unstructured data. In addition, other IBM software enhancements assure compatibility with Informix products.
International Components for Unicode
The International Components for Unicode (ICU) libraries provide robust and full-featured Unicode services on a wide variety of platforms. ICU supports the most current version of the Unicode standard, and they provide support for supplementary Unicode characters (needed for GB 18030 repertoire support). It provides support for Unicode text handling, regular expressions, word and line boundaries, language-sensitive collation and searching, normalization, script transliteration, locale support, complex text layout, and formatting and parsing of dates, currencies, and numbers.
IP Security Validator
IP Security Validator is an experimental tool that allows validation of Virtual Private Network (VPN) configurations between two network interfaces. As with testing connectivity using the Ping program, IP Security Validator enables verification and validation of VPN configurations and their connectivity.
Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS) package
Use JAAS to enhance the existing security capability of Java 2 Standard Edition.
Java Communications application programming interface package
Use Java Communications application programming interface (JAVACOMM API) to access serial or parallel ports from your Java programs.
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