MVS - Math Visualization System
A mainfram computer operating system developed by IBM. The General Ledger and Banner system run using MVS
IBM's flagship mainframe operating system. Eventually superseded by OS/390 and, later, z/OS.
Multiple Virtual Systems: an IBM batch operating system running under CP capable of managing several batch processes in a single virtual machine
Multiple Virtual Storage. An IBM operating system that is an extension of OS/MVT. MVS also is called OS/VS2 Release 2.
This is an IBM mainframe operating system. The term MVS is used to describe an entire family of mainframe operating systems. The term "multiple virtual storage" refers to the use of multiple virtual memory areas in the operating system.
Multiple Virtual Storage. Implies MVS/390, MVS/XA, MVS/ESA, and the MVS element of the z/OS and OS/390 operating systems.
acronymfor Multiple Virtual Systems (an IBM mainframe operating system)
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Multiple Virtual Storage. IBM's operating system for their 390 Series mainframes.
Multiple Virtual Storage - Mainframe based system used by staff members
Short for Multiple Virtual Storage, the operating system for older IBM mainframes. MVS was first introduced in 1974 and continues to be used, though it has been largely superseded by IBM's newer operating system, OS/390.
Multiple Virtual Storage. An IBM operating system for processing systems consisting of one or more mainframe processors. MVS has evolved along with mainframe hardware over the years and although the term MVS is still generally used and understood the operating system has had many different names: Multiple Virtual Storage / System Product (MVS/SP) Multiple Virtual Storage / Extended Architecture (MVS/XA) Multiple Virtual Storage / Enterprise Systems Archtitecture (MVS/ESA) Operating System / 390 (OS/390) z/OS z/OS is the current name given to the 64-bit operating system.
(1) Multiple virtual storage. Implies MVS/370, the MVS/XA(TM) product, and the MVS/ESA(TM) product. (2) Multiple Virtual Storage, consisting of MVS/System Product Version 1 and the MVS/370 Data Facility Product operating on a System/370 processor.
Multiple Virtual Storages. IBM's operating system for large mainframe systems. It is now embracing the programming interfaces and standards of the UNIX environment.
A pattern recognition alignment system that eliminates the need for large scribe lines to support dedicated alignment targets.
Multiple Virtual Storage: An IBM operating system based on OS/1.
ultiple irtual ystems. A large operating system used to control a mainframe computer.
Multiple Virtual Storage. An IBM operating system and its associated multi-region environment.
Multiple Virtual Storage: One of the operating systems the ACCC used to run under VM/ESA on its IBM 3090. Return to Contents
Multiple Virtual Storage. An IBM mainframe operating system. Go To: Term Definition
IBM's Multiple Virtual Storage. Â One type of operating system for mainframe computers.
(Multiple Virtual Storage) Operating system for IBM mainframes.
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MVS (Multiple Virtual Storage) was the most commonly used operating system on the System/370 and System/390 IBM mainframe computers. It is unrelated to IBM's other mainframe operating system called VM/CMS.