en} consortium had certified OpenVMS as having a high

support for POSIX standards.

VMS is one of the most secure operating systems on the market (making it popular in financial institutions). It currently (October 1997) has the best clustering capability (both number and distance) and is very scalable with binaries portable from small desktop workstations up to huge mainframes.

Many Unix fans generously concede that VMS would probably be the hacker's favourite commercial OS if Unix didn't exist; though true, this makes VMS fans furious.

FAQ.

Usenet newsgroup: comp.os.vms.

[How does its performance compare with other OSes?]

Last updated: 1999-06-03

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