VMS Software, Inc. (VSI) have released an updated roadmap for OpenVMS and layered products

VMS Software, Inc. and Stark Gaming, Inc. today announced a partnership to create a new server infrastructure to solve problems in the online gaming and eSports industry.

The Layered Product Engineering Group at VSI are looking for people who are interested in field-testing some layered products starting August 17th.

Oracle have announced the dates for this year's Oracle Rdb and Oracle Database on OpenVMS Technical Forums at locations around the world.

An installation kit for the current release of cURL is available for OpenVMS including VSI V8.4-1H1.

John Malmberg has announced GAWK 4.1.3 PCSI kits now available

Intersystems current plan is to continue to deliver new releases of Caché and Ensemble on OpenVMS 8.4, they will not be providing Cache and Ensemble support for releases beyond OpenVMS 8.4.

This is an upgrade to the ld/cc/c++/cpp provided by the HP GNV kits.

A new version of HP OpenVMS Service Control (OSC) has been announced. HP OpenVMS Service Control (OSC) is a framework that can make non-cluster aware applications highly available.

BOLTON, MA, June 1, 2015 – VMS Software, Inc. (VSI) today announced the worldwide availability of VSI
OpenVMS Version 8.4-1H1 (Bolton Release) operating system (OS) for HP Integrity servers based on
Intel® Itanium® 9500 series processor. The Bolton Release is the first by VSI under an agreement signed
with HP in 2014. The new OS is also compatible with HP Integrity servers running the Intel® Itanium®
9300 series processor. VSI intends to eventually extend support for HP Integrity servers based on all

Golden Master Delivered to Manufacturing Two Days Ahead of Schedule!
A round of congratulations goes to VSI's tireless development and lab/network support teams! They have pulled off the latest release of OpenVMS for Intel i4-based Integrity servers ahead of schedule.


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