In my last message from SHARE, we announced a new strategic partner. It’s been nearly a year since then, and I write to you now from beyond my presidency as the reigns have been recently relinquished to Jim Erdahl, of US Bank.
With IBM’s pervasive encryption technology on their z14 and z15 mainframes, you can transparently encrypt data sets and Coupling Facility (CF) structures at low cost on z/OS. While this is an attractive feature, exploiting pervasive encryption is not as simple as flipping a switch.
We spoke with Petr Plavjanik, principal software architect at Broadcom, about his SHARE Fort Worth session, “What New Modern Programming Languages You Can Use on the Mainframe?” to gain further insight on the world of programming languages today.
Digital certificates are equivalent to a website’s identification card, or driver’s license, ensuring that a website is real and not a scam website attempting to steal users’ personal information, such as credit card numbers.