Finding VMS People
A service of Quayle Consulting Inc.,
active in the VMS industry.
From the VMS
What is the
difference between VMS and OpenVMS?
VMS and OpenVMS are two names for
the same operating system. Originally, the operating system was
called VAX-11/VMS; it changed to VAX/VMS
at around VAX/VMS V2.0. When the VMS operating system was ported
to the Alpha platform, it was renamed OpenVMS, for both VAX and Alpha (and for the
Itanium Processor Family), in part to signify the high degree of
support for industry standards such as POSIX, which provides many
features of UNIX systems.
People in the field just call it "VMS". Digital Equipment
Corporation (DEC) developed VMS. DEC was bought by Compaq,
which in turn was bought by Hewlett-Packard. So, HP now owns VMS.
See the 20th,
25th, and 30th
anniversary celebrations of VMS at the HP web site.
Where Can I Find Qualified People?
I suggest the following:
- Read by most of the VMS people on the planet.
Of course, Quayle Consulting Inc. is
- A web site devoted to VMS in all its forms, including job
postings and people seeking jobs. This site is down
frequently, so be patient.
Quayle Consulting Inc.
provides a complete menu of services, including:
- System migration and replacement using
virtualization technology, including Sparc,
AlphaServer and AlphaStation, and
- Analysis, reporting, and courtroom testimony as a licensed Professional
- Software design, development and
- Administration of OpenVMS (VMS) and Linux systems
- Disk and tape recovery
- Network design and support
- Conversion of VAX/VMS software to work on
AlphaServer, Itanium, and Intel OpenVMS systems
- Technical support for the SID Change,
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OpenVMS is a trademark of Hewlett-Packard.
CHARON-VAX and CHARON-AXP are trademarks of Stromasys.
Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation, USA.