For your z/OS® environments, demands for availability are constant, however, so are demands for change. With BMC Compuware Storage Migration solutions, you can efficiently manage migration and erasure requirements, while delivering the continuous service levels your business demands.
Speed, simplify, and secure migrations while minimizing disruption
With BMC Compuware Storage Migration solutions, you can:
- Employ dataset allocations that maximize performance and resource utilization, while minimizing disruption and administrative effort.
- Address migration requirements, while meeting stringent service level agreements.
- Consolidate datasets onto higher-capacity disk volumes, so teams can maximize resource and administrative efficiency.
- Consistently and efficiently address data erasure requirements with confidence.
- Streamline migration and erasure efforts to help minimize errors and risk.
FDRPAS: Fast and safe non-disruptive DASD migration
- Reduces the disruption and application downtime associated with moving whole DASD volumes to new devices
- Migrates DASD volumes within a single system or attached to multiple systems or LPARS in a shared-DASD sysplex environment
- Multiple volumes, up to 8,000 or more, can be swapped concurrently and non-disruptively with operating systems, applications, and online systems
- Supports major hardware providers including IBM, EMC, Hitachi, and Sun StorageTek
- Swapping can occur between disks of the same type and vendor, or between disks of different vendors
FDRPASVM: Non-disruptive migration of z/VM and Linux
- Reduces disruption and application downtime associated with moving whole DASD volumes to new devices for z/VM and Linux on Z volumes
- Can be used to swap multiple volumes concurrently and non-disruptively for z/VM users while tracking all updates made by z/VM and virtual machine guests
- Supports non-disruptive migration of volumes containing z/VM mini-disks, full pack mini-disks, volumes dedicated to CMS users, Linux on Z, and other guests’ file systems
FDRERASE: Quick and secure data erasure
- Quickly and securely erases z/OS DASD data from disk volumes
- Use at the end of a disaster recovery exercise when decommissioning a disk control unit; after re-assigning disk volumes; or when necessary to erase residual data to meet auditing requirements
- Has earned multiple industry certifications including the Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme (CCEVS) evaluation and Common Criteria EAL2 Augmented validation for disk erasure
- Complies with U.S. Government guidelines for erasing computer disks prior to disposal
FDRMOVE: High-speed dataset move and volume consolidation
- Provides high-performance, non-disruptive or minimally-disruptive movement of z/OS data sets
- Can move data sets between disk volumes in the same disk subsystem, or between disk volumes in different subsystems and between different hardware manufacturers
- Ideal for volume consolidation (e.g. consolidating data from three 3390-3’s to a single 3390-9) and to free up UCBs where the number is restrained by operating system limits
- Use for load balancing to reduce I/O contention within a single DASD subsystem
FATSCOPY: Tape conversion and stacking
- z/OS tape copy, consolidation, migration, and conversion solution that automates the process of copying and re-cataloging tape-based datasets from one tape media to another including Virtual Tape, Vtape, and VTS systems
- Supports copying individual files or the entire contents of one or more tape volumes
- Automatically stacks and consolidates files onto output tapes and re-catalogs copied files to new tapes
- Supports all physical and virtual z/OS tape devices including IBM TS7700, Oracle VTS, Dell EMC DLm, Bus-Tech MDL, Fujitsu Centricstor, and Hitachi VTF
- Supports the following tape management systems: BMC Control-M/Tape, IBM RMM, CA 1, CA TLMS, and ASG Zara
FATS/FATAR: Tape media utilities
- Secure data erasure for full or partial tape, tape mapping, tape error recovery, tape labeling, tape media certification and verification of legacy, historical, and archive tapes
- Erases some or all data on a physical z/OS tape, including the residual data that lies beyond the current “end-of-tape” marker
- Examines the labels and data on a tape volume
- Copies a tape with the option of renaming or reblocking copied data sets
- Copies a tape with user-specified modifications to alter or drop blocks causing I/O errors