IBM z/OS Operating System News
August 18, 2015
IBM opens the doors of its proprietary mainframes, delivering two Linux-only boxes and significant code contributions to the open source world.
April 06, 2015
While the flashy new IBM z13 is impressive enough to bring mainframes back in vogue, the storage part of the story is yet to be told.
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The latest update for the CICS mainframe program comes via Transaction Server 5.3, with a focus on increased agility, efficiency, and cloud and DevOps support. Continue Reading
IBM API Management, in the cloud or on premises, is application integration middleware that allows developers to subscribe to, publish, design, control and secure APIs. Continue Reading
SAS Enterprise Miner helps users develop descriptive and predictive models, including components for predictive modeling and in-database scoring. Continue Reading
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New IBM machine learning capabilities let data center teams pull insights from their z/OS mainframes. But concerns about data management and cost will likely arise. Continue Reading
IT operations needs tools to ensure that it can manage old -- maybe ancient -- applications while deploying new apps with different structures. Continue Reading
An extension of Capacity Provisioning Manager into the hardware eases mainframe capacity planning headaches. Continue Reading
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IBM's System z Personal Development Tool (zPDT) allows developers to emulate z/OS on their desktops, but could zPDT be more beneficial if it IBM made it available to a broader audience? Continue Reading
This article provides some general guidelines and recommendations for achieving better DB2 performance in z/OS environments. Continue Reading