SecureZIP for z/OS v10 has a new feature called z/OS UNIX File System Support that allows direct access with HFS and zFS files on z/OS. Prior to SecureZIP for z/OS v10: Data from outside the organization is FTP'ed to a UNIX server in the DMZ. The data needs to be processed by an application on the mainframe, and the mainframe has a NFS mount point through HFS to the FTP server in the DMZ. An IEBGENER job runs to copy the data from HFS to z/OS. Once the encrypted ZIP archive is on z/OS, SecureZIP decrypts the archive and the mainframe application can now process the data.
Using SecureZIP for z/OS v10: Data from outside the organization is FTP'ed to a UNIX server in the DMZ. SecureZIP decrypts the archive, reading it in directly from the UNIX FTP Server, allowing the mainframe application to now process the data. Once the application is done, the processed file needs to be sent back to the partner, so SecureZIP encrypts the data directly to the FTP server through HFS, where it can be FTP'ed back to the partner.
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