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What is meant by Co > Operating system and why it is 
special for Ab-initio ?  
 Question Submitted By :: Ab-Initio
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# 1
The Co>Operating System? is Ab Initio core software that
unites a network of computing resources such as CPUs,
storage disks, programs, and datasets into a production-
quality data-processing system. It provides a distributed
model for process execution, file management, process
monitoring, checkpointing, and debugging. You can interact
with Co>Operating System through its graphical user
interface: the Graphical Development Environment, or GDE.
Is This Answer Correct ?    10 Yes 6 No
# 2
Co>Operating System is a program provided by AbInitio which
operates on the top of the operating system and is a base
for all AbInitio processes. It provdes additional features
known as air commands which can be installed on a variety
of system environments such as Unix, HP-UX, Linux, IBM AIX,
Windows systems. The AbInitio CoOperating System provides
the following features:
- Manage and run AbInitio graphs and control the ETL
- Provides AbInitio extensions to the operating system
- ETL processes monitoring and debugging
- Metadata management and interaction with the EME
Is This Answer Correct ?    1 Yes 1 No
Prasad Setti

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