Virtualization Solutions for
OpenVMS & Tru064 Systems

VAX and Alpha Hardware Emulation on a PC Host

HW Replacement + Server Consolidation + Business Continuity

Improve Reliability * Decrease Cost * Enhance Productivity

Why Virtualize?

Your VAX and Alpha systems have served you well for years, if not decades. They have returned your investment in them many times over.

But if you have responsibility for your company's operations or its bottom line then you understand the stress that goes with legacy hardware ownership. Nothing lasts forever.

Virtualization technology works. In the last decade there has been a proliferation of virtual solutions for hardware, operating systems, storage, even video games.

Only a few of these offerings replace legacy hardware. Many virtualize brand new technologies simply because virtualization saves money and space.

For VAX and Alpha system owners, the topic is more urgent. It's not just a conservation issue. It's a preservation issue. You need to find a way to keep your OpenVMS based applications running to maintain your business. This is where we can help you!

Your OpenVMS operating system, DEC layered software, third-party packages and homegrown user applications execute unmodified on vtVAX and vtAlpha. No code conversion is required. Users do not need to be retrained.


vtAlpha and vtVAX News

Bare Metal Release V3.1.0 (19-Jan-2018)

Version 3.1.0 includes vtCloud - a new implementation option that creates a Virtual Private Network for VMS and Tru64 customers to move easily and securely into the Cloud (public, private or hybrid).vtCloud is easy to configure and will support traditional DECnet, LAT and Cluster traffic over the VPN tunnel.

Bare Metal Release V3.0.1 (30-May-2017)

Version 3.0.1 includes a new version of vtVAX for Bare Metal (1.2.61). The highlight of this release is support for the TapeMgr Utility, which was previously available only on vtAlpha.

Also, security is enhanced for both vtAlpha and vtVAX with a new version of Samba (4.6.2) for SMB access.

Bare Metal Release V3.0.0 (16-Feb-2017)

The new vtAlpha-GS product adds support for AlphaServer ES80, GS80, GS160 and GS320.

These models use the Wildfire QBB (Quad Building Block) architecture. Each QBB can be configured with up to 4 CPUs, 32 GB of memory, and 32 virtual PCI slots. V3 also features many performance improvements including the ability to create multiple JIT threads.

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