vtVAX and vtAlpha, or the older Charon-VAX and Charon-AXP:
VAX and Alpha emulation on bare-metal (or virtualized on VMware, etc.) hardware, or still support older products running underlying Windows or Linux.
Reduce your cost of ownership now and extend the life of your VAX and Alpha applications.
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A QUICK PRODUCT OVERVIEW:
- Performance is often better even though it is an emulator.
- Bare-metal or virtualized infrastructures (e.g. VMware) are supported host platforms.
- Cloud deployments supported in private or public clouds (AWS, Azure, etc.)
- Most device and protocol support scenarios are supported. Even Qbus,
- Terminal I/O, Decnet, LAT.
- All DEC/Compaq/HP licenses can be transferred.
vtVAX and vtAlpha can provide a "bare metal" approach to remove the underlying operating system concerns as shown in the diagram below:
vtVAX and vtAlpha are products of Vere Technologies
WHY AN EMULATOR?
- Hardware is end-of-life and failing.
- Maintenance costs have increased significantly, if available at all.
- Application rewriting too expensive.
- Application Source code not available.
- Automatic conversion tools do not completely work.
- Need performance boost
VUP PERFORMANCE GUIDE:
Any platform: 120 VUPS or higher per emulated CPU or higher depending on underlying x86 architecture.
> Performance ratings comparable or higher than the emulated model