Bob Rogers is a walking, talking IBM history book. He started at the company in 1969 when he was just 19 years old. His first job was as a computer operator. Two years later, he graduated from Marist College and went to work full-time for Big Blue as a programmer.
Today’s vast amount of transactions and data are putting new demands on enterprise IT infrastructures, which requires your business to take a more collaborative, agile approach to ensure it keeps pace and stays competitive in the application economy.
A SHARE event is the “crème-du coer” because all of so many reasons and, in particular, the people who attend our event. At SHARE, you have the unique opportunity to build interpersonal skills often lost in this smartphone revolution.
Every now and then, a DBA is needed to execute a recovery action on a database. The action can be as simple as restoring a table or as vast — though not necessarily complex — as restoring a whole system. Performing a recovery on a component of a DB2 for z/OS system can be a nightmare for a DBA.
There is no better time than now to talk about DevOps and the mainframe. While we’ve historically thought of DevOps as something outside our domain, the reality is, it’s really not. Mainframe shops can and should adopt Mode 2 practices.