NEON Enterprise Software

NEON Enterprise Software
NEON Enterprise Software
Industry Mainframe
Founded Sugar Land, Texas (1995)
Headquarters Austin, Texas
Key people Lacy H. Edwards - Chairman and CEO
Products MoveOp Migration Readiness Master, NEON DB2 Database Activity Monitor
Website http://www.neon.com

NEON Enterprise Software is a privately held software company that focuses on reducing the cost of enterprise computing.

Contents

About the Company

History

NEON Enterprise Software was founded in 1995 in Sugar Land, Texas. It is owned by John Moores Sr. and the employees of the company.

In the first half of 2010, NEON formed MoveOp,[1] a division that develops and markets software that reduces time, cost and complexity of data center consolidation projects.

Management Team

  • Lacy H. Edwards – CEO
  • Andrew Galewsky – VP of Engineering

Technical Experts

  • Chris Parker - Product Author/architect
  • Eric Spencer - Product Author/architect
  • Tom Harper – Product Author/architect

Current Products

NEON Database Activity Monitor

The NEON Database Activity Monitor for DB2 for z/OS provides auditing focused monitoring of DB2 for z/OS activity. The NEON Database Activity Monitor is licensed as OEM technology to Imperva and Application Security (AppSec). NEON does not sell Database Activity Monitor directly. An older version of this technology was licensed to Guardium, acquired by IBM in late 2009.

MoveOP Migration Readiness Master

Migration Readiness Master (MRM) automates the analysis of servers that are candidates for migration to other platforms. MRM uses agent-less methods to efficiently collect data from the candidate servers and compares it to one or more target platforms for migration. The primary target platforms are Linux based and includes distributions widely in the enterprise on both Intel architecture or IBM zSeries. The migration analysis produces a "readiness score" to assess relative difficulty of migrating each server to the target. Detailed data is reported to explain the score so that system administrators can take whatever action is necessary to execute the migration.

Former NEON products

NEON IMS Database Utilities (acquired by BMC Software)

The NEON IMS Database Utilities were acquired by BMC Software June 16, 2011.[2]

The NEON IMS Utilities [3] provide the tools needed to manage and maintain IMS databases. With an integrated set of products it supports both IMS full function and Fast Path DEBD databases.

NEON zPrime™ (withdrawn)

NEON zPrime,[4][5] was a software product introduced on June 30, 2009 that helped users to shift tasks from the general purpose processor(s) to zIIP (System z Integrated Information Processor) or zAAP (System z Application Assist Processor) specialty processors within the mainframe.[6] NEON zPrime automatically identified z/OS workloads that could be redirected to specialty processors. Reducing the utilization of general purpose processors might have reduced the monthly charges for certain IBM software products whose cost was related to general purpose processor utilization.,[7][8]

[9] As of May 31, 2011, Neon has withdrawn zPrime from marketing as part of its settlement of its lawsuit with IBM.

NEON Partners

Technology Partners

References

  1. ^ MoveOp website
  2. ^ BMC Software Acquires NEON's IMS utilities www.bmc.com
  3. ^ Neon Enterprise Software Announces IMS Solutions for zIIP Processors. BNET. 15 May 2009
  4. ^ Neon Delivers Latest Version of zPrime. BNET. Retrieved 02 November 2009
  5. ^ Neon breathes fresh air into the mainframe. Information Age. Retrieved 19 November 2009
  6. ^ Mark Lillycrop. The Plight of the Two-Tier Mainframe Community.Z Journal. Retrieved 1 December 2009
  7. ^ Rafael Ruffolo. Neon's zPrime aims to boost mainframe market. It World Canada. Retrieved 21 Sept 2009
  8. ^ Neon and IBM Lawsuit May Impact Mainframe Software Pricing . Gartner. Retrieved 17 Dec 2009
  9. ^ NEON Settles Legal Dispute with IBM. www.neon.com. Retrieved 1 June 2011

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