Multiple Virtual Storage
<operating system> (MVS) Release 2 of OS/VS2, called MVS because it had
multiple 16 MB virtual address spaces, in contrast to SVS. MVS ran on the IBM
390 series mainframes. It became MVS/SP, then MVS/XA (with 31-bit addressing)
and then MVS/ESA.
MVS/Open Edition (MVS/OE), aimed at the growing open systems market, added
TCP/IP and Unix support in an MVS address space, allowing users to run IBM,
CICS-type applications, batch applications and Unix.
MVS/ESA was repackaged as OS/390 as a marketing exercise but it's basically the
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