The cornerstone of SuperVision's long running success has
been the ability to bring many systems, running many different
operating systems, together onto one PC screen. From here, ONE
OPERATOR can monitor all of them simultaneously, send commands and
respond to particular messages using one operating system and one
While other methods of consolidation require multiple operating
systems to control multiple systems, SuperVision uses ONE INDUSTRY
STANDARD PLATFORM—Microsoft® Windows NT, Win2000, WinXP—to successfully
consolidate systems. This allows skill set consolidation as well;
plus, more efficient operations, and easier training.
Data from the consolidated mainframes can also be distributed to
multiple operators using one operating system and one software
package—Enough flexibility to adapt without major system
modifications or extensive retraining, and enough functionality to
let you configure highly efficient workstations.
Multiple Simultaneous Connections
SuperVision creates an environment, on a single PC screen, for
simultaneous display, monitoring and management of TPF, MVS, VM,
VSE/ESA, OS/400, Unix, Linux and OS/2 operating systems. It
functions with IBM, Amdahl and Hitachi mainframes, minicomputers,
and CMOS architecture for operator consoles.
Messages displayed through that console connection can be displayed
and acted upon by SuperVision.
This "outboard" implementation is accomplished without any host
resident programs or modifications and connection to any of these
mainframe hosts can be remotely established (via dial-up or LAN) or
locally attached to a SuperVision workstation.