There are a very few hereditary mainframers out there. You know: people whose parents, grandparents or other progenitors worked on the IBM mainframe, either directly for IBM or one of the other members of our ecosystem in a mainframe role and passed the ma
Mainframe hackers Chad Rikansrud and Phil Young are taking over the keynote presentation at SHARE Sacramento on Tuesday, March 13, to discuss all things mainframe security.
To them, the mainframe is just another computer (albeit one we don't treat as well), and when it comes to securing the mainfra
In distributed environments, the interaction between a user and an application follows a familiar series of steps: a user enters the network through a web server, signs into the application server, and then the applications reach into the database for what they need. Between each server there is a f
An enterprise decides it needs to implement DevOps principles in its IT organization. A z/OS developer asks a simple question – “Why change? Everything works just fine now.”
The answer, according to DevOps evangelist and IBM Distinguished Engineer Rosalind Radcliffe, is simple: if you are not deliv
What is the future of IBM Z? This is a topic containing many different sub factors including security, data, cloud capabilities and more. In addition, questions remain around continuous innovation in hardware and software technology and how it can effectively deliver differentiated value.It all make