GoAnywhere Director Now Ready for IBM PureSystems

Omaha, Neb – Oct. 3, 2012            Download PDF

Linoma Software is pleased to announce that GoAnywhere Director™, its premier managed file transfer solution, is now available for IBM PureSystems.

Linoma Software is the first company to have its managed file transfer solution qualify for deployment on IBM PureSystems.

managed file transfer, IBM PureSystems“We see tremendous potential for IBM PureSystems,” said Bob Luebbe, Linoma Software’s Chief Architect, “and since GoAnywhere is a cross-platform solution, it will run on any platform IBM PureSystems supports and connect with DB2 and WebSphere MQ.”

IBM PureSystems is the first family of systems based on “patterns of expertise” designed to automate and optimize the deployment and maintenance of application workloads which can improve the time to value for businesses up to 100 times versus traditional systems.

GoAnywhere Director enabled on IBM PureSystems delivers both simplicity and flexibility in a system with integrated expertise. GoAnywhere Director’s intuitive interface and comprehensive features can eliminate the need for custom programs, scripts and single-function tools that were traditionally required for moving and translating data. Its installation will reduce costs, improve the quality of your data transmissions, help comply with data security policies and regulations, provide a simplified experience, and reduce IT complexity without compromising flexibility.

The IBM PureSystems encompasses a variety of advantages. It can be rapidly deployed, meet required performance levels, and minimize downtime of the system.  Consolidation and management expertise drives automation to significantly reduce the manual processes that needlessly consume staff hours. Optimization expertise also allows the infrastructure to flex to unexpected demands without requiring expensive surplus capacity.

“We’re excited to join with IBM as it grows its PureSystems family,” Luebbe said, “and we look forward to meeting the growing needs of the IBM PureSystems community.”