Re: Which Software works with HP Opticel Jukeboxes ? (61 Views)
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Witt_1
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Registered: ‎05-07-2000
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Which Software works with HP Opticel Jukeboxes ?

Hello,

I need a List of Software. Wich Software work to opticel Jukeboxes from HP.

Someone knew where I can find a officel Referenze List from HP ?
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Emil Velez
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Re: Which Software works with HP Opticel Jukeboxes ?


For what Operating system....

For HPUX
Omniback for backups
Omnistorage for HSM
HPUX can use them as filesystems

For NT you can use them as letter drives
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Eric de Lange_2
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Re: Which Software works with HP Opticel Jukeboxes ?

Try the HP-Optical list below. Just choose your application or platform.

http://www.hp-optical.com/solutions/fs_solution.htm

Cheers,

Cal.
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KwangHee Yi
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Re: Which Software works with HP Opticel Jukeboxes ?

You can find it in HP Services & Support area. Click on the Optical JukeBox, and then enter appropriate product. It will allow you to go to the software compatibility.
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Marc Dijkstra
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Re: Which Software works with HP Opticel Jukeboxes ?

Depends, as stated above, what you are looking for. Archive or online/nearline storage suites? NT or UN*X?
Archive/Jukebox management/HSM, good bet, AMASS/DataMgr from ADIC software (UNIX)
NT, well, there are many offerings, for management, try iXOS Jukeman from smartstorage, DiskXextender from OTG and various from Veritas.. the list is as endless as NT is bad.

MND
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