MVP Systems Software Achieves Oracle Exastack Ready Status

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JAMS Scheduler is fully supported on Oracle OVM 3.0 and Oracle Linux 5.5

Oracle Exastack Ready Logo

Oracle Exastack Ready Logo

MVP Systems Software, Inc. today announced that it has achieved Exastack Ready status, through the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN).

Today’s announcement demonstrates that MVP Systems Software has fully tested and supports JAMS Job Scheduler on environments running Oracle OVM 3.0 and Oracle Linux 5.5. MVP Systems Software is also a member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork.

The Oracle Exastack Ready program enables partners, such as MVP Systems Software, to be recognized by Oracle for developing, testing and tuning their applications on the latest component products of Oracle’s Exadata Database Machine or Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud engineered systems. JAMS Scheduler includes several built-in features that provide enterprises with the ability to manage Oracle-specific tasks.

The Oracle Exastack Ready program recognizes MVP Systems Software as having applications that leverage the latest Oracle technology to better support joint customers. MVP Systems Software is committed to providing seamless integration between enterprise job scheduling and applications running on Oracle OVM 3.0 and Oracle Linux 5.5.

With Oracle Exastack Ready status, MVP Systems Software will highlight its solutions that have undergone relevant testing through the Oracle PartnerNetwork by displaying the Oracle logo and promoting the benefits of integration with both Oracle OVM 3.0 and Oracle Linux 5.5.

“When partners such as MVP Systems Software align their development teams with the latest component products available to Oracle OVM 3.0 and Oracle Linux 5.5 customers, they benefit from a complete and rigorous set of standards that drive quality and innovation,” said MVP developer Eli McDermott. “Achieving Exastack Ready status validates our commitment to all our customers who depend on Oracle products.”

About the Oracle Exastack Program
The Oracle Exastack program helps enable Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and other members of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) to rapidly build and deliver faster, more reliable applications. Leveraging the Oracle Exastack Program, qualifying OPN members have access to Oracle performance experts and dedicated labs for testing and tuning their applications on Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud. Customers can be confident when selecting Oracle Exastack Optimized applications that they have been tested and tuned to achieve optimal performance, scalability and reliability. Also part of the program, Oracle Exastack Ready is dedicated to helping ISVs run their solutions on the latest major release of Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud and their component products, including Oracle Database, Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. To find out more, visit http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/exastack

About JAMS (Job Access and Management System)
JAMS is the only job scheduling system built on a .NET framework and is the first enterprise job scheduling system that can be leveraged by both IT Operations Personnel and Application Developers. With its roots in Windows, JAMS also supports running processes across a variety of operating systems (OpenVMS, UNIX, Linux, System i, etc.) and applications (Oracle, PeopleSoft, SAP, SQL, Symitar, Ecometry, etc.) To learn more about JAMS, please visit http://www.JAMSScheduler.com or call 800-261-JAMS.

About MVP Systems Software, Inc.
For more than 20 years, MVP Systems Software, Inc. has provided leading-edge enterprise job scheduling and workload automation solutions to its more than 750+ customers. Customers include household names like JPMorgan Chase, Boeing, FINRA, Manulife Financial, Kaiser Permanente, The Hartford, and the US Postal Service. MVP’s solutions are delivered in traditional software as well as SaaS models.

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