SYSOUT & JES Vault Platform

SAVRS View

SAVRS View enables users to retain access to critical archive of Mainframe SYSOUT and JES logs, as they transition from mainframe processing to a distributed environment.

With SAVRS View, large volumes of batch jobs, started task outputs and system logs may be migrated from mainframe storage to a distributed environment for continued user access via web interface or JavaScript APIs.

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Organizations retain access to critical archive of SYSOUT and JES logs when migrating mainframe processing to a distributed environment

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Migrated outputs are readily available; no recall necessary.

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Quick and efficient access to data speeds up task completion.

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Report access secured using Windows Active Directory

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Users can efficiently access and view logs, even in complex archives

Features of SAVRS View

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Accessible, Responsive Web UI

Sort, find, and review the exact logs you need from anywhere, via a convenient Web UI. SAVRS View's Restful UI can be accessed from desktop, tablets and smartphones, and requires no additional plugins. Create customized classifications for logs to make them easier to look through and identify.

All Data Online

All migrated batch job, started tasks outputs and system logs are online. There is no need to recall any outputs from archive, which makes access to data instantaneous.

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Data Security

Uses Windows Active Directory (AD) to authenticate users and authorize access to outputs within each database. Set security levels for different users, allowing access by only the people who should be viewing outputs.

JavaScript APIs

SAVRS View includes access to a complete set of documented JavaScript API's, enabling users to efficiently access and view logs… even in the most complex archive.

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