User Experience with The Installation and Configuration, Plus Rollout to Developers, of IBM Application Discovery and Delivery Intelligence Tool.
Project and Program: Application Architecture Development and Integration
, SHARE St. Louis 2018
This session will discuss user experience with implementing ADDI from end to end, from the servers, to admin and developer functions, using IDE to produce graphical and textual reports, with hints, tips and Gotha’s. This product crosses multiple platforms, Windows, SQL server, Linux, DB2, and z/OS.
Application Discovery components, including Analyze, Audit, Catalog, Batch, Configuration and Data Collector servers • Application Discovery Build Client used to create z/OS application projects by Admins
• Analyze Client is used to create non-z/OS application projects
• Application Delivery server integration with Application Discovery
• The Eclipse based IDE, contains everything a z/OS developer would need to move from ISPF to an IDE • IBM’s Aqua, including z/OS, CICS and MQ explorer, along with ADDI client
• Other vendor eclipse clients
• ChangeMan Client Pack
• Various Open Source, like Java, Git, Jenkins
Additional materials will be supplied to aid with installation and customization of the IBM Application Discovery Tool, along with a list of issues and how to resolve them, plus documentation on how to build the Eclipse IDE.
Come learn from our experience with ADDI-Jerry Edgington-Western & Southern Financial Group
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