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Mainframe - Further Information

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Compuware zAdviser

This report discusses Compuware zAdviser, a service from Compuware that is freely available to Compuware customers on current maintenance.
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MaaS – 
Mainframe as a Service

With Mainframe as a Service – MaaS – mainframe (or “Enterprise Server”) MIPS are accessed via a location-agnostic Cloud Service interface.
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Rocket LegaSuite

Rocket LegaSuite is a set of tools to facilitate modernisation of mainframe and midrange applications.
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Stop press: mainframe finally dead…

With the introduction of the integral blade servers in zEnterprise, the mainframe really is just another server
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Mainframe Knowledge Transfer

Mainframe systems are important and the latest mainframes are innovative and powerful tools. This places a premium on knowledge transfer and training.
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QuickRecover Mainframe Virtual Tape Library solution - from Shoden Data Systems

QuickRecover is the only VTL/de-dupe solution currently available for IBM mainframes.
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Service Oriented Legacy Architecture – MF meets SOA

The mainframe of many companies holds critical services developed by talented and experienced COBOL programmers. SOLA provides an easy way to make these services an integral part of an SOA solution.
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Linux – Enterprise Ready?

You may remember that just three years ago, Bloor Research published a report concluding that Linux was not yet ready to support large enterprise applications. Bloor Research North America recently completed a follow-up study looking at the Linux of today…
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Princeton Softech testing tools

Princeton Softech was founded in 1989. It specialises in delivering data and program synchronisation solutions to IS professionals who develop and maintain critical business applications. Its software is historically IBM mainframe based although, more recently, its products are currently being…
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