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ALSO CALLED: Operating System 390, IBM OS/390, IBM MVS, Multiple Virtual Storage, MVS, OS/390
DEFINITION: OS/390 is the IBM operating system most commonly installed on its S/390 line of mainframe server. It is an evolved and newly renamed version of MVS (Multiple Virtual Storage), IBM's long-time, robust mainframe operating system. By whatever name, MVS has been said to be the operating system that keeps the world going. The payroll, accounts receivable, transaction processing, database management,  … 
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Z/OS DEFINITION (continued): …  and other programs critical to the world's largest businesses are usually run on an MVS system. Although MVS tends to be associated with a monolithic, centrally-controlled information system, IBM has in recent years repositioned it as a "large server" in a network-oriented distributed environment that would tend to use a 3-tier application model.Since MVS represents a certain epoch and culture in the history of computing and since many older MVS systems still operate, the term "MVS" will probably continue to be used for some time. Since OS/390 also comes with UNIX user and programming interfaces … 
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