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Reduce costs related to script development during system development and system migration.

In a large-scale system, you might want to choose different platforms depending on the purpose, resulting in a system where different OSs are used.
When developing functions for such a system, you might need to develop, for a single function, both shell scripts to be used in Linux and UNIX, and batch files to be used in Windows. This makes development inefficient.

In recent years, when systems are replaced, UNIX servers are often replaced with Windows servers to reduce costs.
When such a change is made, the shell scripts that were used on the UNIX server often need to be converted into batch files to be used on the Windows server, inflating the costs of migration.

Have you experienced any of the following issues?

With Hitachi's solutions...

Hitachi products help you resolve various issues related to shell scripts, allowing you to develop and execute batch operations more efficiently.

System development takes a lot of time, because separate scripts are needed for Windows, UNIX, and Linux.

You can develop common scripts that can be used for Windows, UNIX, and Linux. Because you no longer need to create multiple OS-specific scripts for the same function, you can save time.

System development takes a lot of time, because separate scripts are needed for Windows, UNIX, and Linux

Many UNIX and Linux commands are convenient but cannot be used in Windows.

Useful UNIX and Linux commands can also be used in Windows. You do not need to write new code for existing commands, allowing you to develop scripts more efficiently.

Many UNIX and Linux commands are convenient but cannot be used in Windows

While a system is being migrated from UNIX to Windows, previously used UNIX scripts can no longer be used.

You can migrate your existing shell scripts to Windows without having to convert them, reducing the time needed for migration.

While a system is being migrated from UNIX to Windows, previously used UNIX scripts can no longer be used

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