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Bus-Tech Speeds up Mainframe DB2 Access
Bus-Tech has announced the EnterpriseExpress Adapter for DB2 Access. The product is a PCI-compliant ESCON adapter using IBM's Multipath Channel+ (MPC+) protocol to provide the highest possible throughput between Windows NT applications and DB2 Universal Database for OS/390 using IBM's DB2 Connect.

MAINFRAME COBOL: Bus-Tech Speeds up Mainframe DB2 Access Bus-Tech Speeds up Mainframe DB2 Access M. Reed - January 23, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary Burlington, MA, December 10, 1999 - Bus-Tech, a leading supplier of data center connectivity solutions, announces the EnterpriseExpress Adapter for DB2 Access. The product is a PCI-compliant ESCON adapter using IBM s Multipath Channel+ (MPC+) protocol to provide the highest possible throughput between Windows NT applications and DB2 Universal Database for OS/390 using
1/23/2000

Extending COBOL to SOA, Web Services, and Beyond: A Look at the Architecture with a Mainframe Perspective
In the rush to explore the “next big thing” in software technology, it’s easy to forget the huge investment you’ve already made in mainframe assets. These assets have performed the business functions that they were designed for, but it’s OK to remain open to new solutions too. By leveraging existing assets while moving to a service-based architecture, you can extend your existing business resources while saving money.

MAINFRAME COBOL: the Architecture with a Mainframe Perspective Extending COBOL to SOA, Web Services, and Beyond: A Look at the Architecture with a Mainframe Perspective Source: Micro Focus, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: In the rush to explore the “next big thing” in software technology, it’s easy to forget the huge investment you’ve already made in mainframe assets. These assets have performed the business functions that they were designed for, but it’s OK to remain open to new solutions too. By
9/18/2007 2:14:00 PM

Unlocking the Mainframe: Modernizing Legacy Systems to a Service-Oriented Architecture
For mainframe customers facing a narrowing window of opportunity to leverage their enormous investments in mainframe IT environments, service-oriented architecture (SOA) provides an opportunity for true synthesis—providing a solution that’s greater than the sum of its parts. Read this white paper to learn about a platform that includes the best practices and the expertise to ensure successful SOA initiatives.

MAINFRAME COBOL: White Paper Description: For mainframe customers facing a narrowing window of opportunity to leverage their enormous investments in mainframe IT environments, service-oriented architecture (SOA) provides an opportunity for true synthesis—providing a solution that’s greater than the sum of its parts. Read this white paper to learn about a platform that includes the best practices and the expertise to ensure successful SOA initiatives. Unlocking the Mainframe: Modernizing Legacy Systems to a
9/13/2012 12:05:00 PM

Attunity to Take Care of Infor’s Mainframe Systems » The TEC Blog
Take Care of Infor’s Mainframe Systems » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more about

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05-08-2013

Do You Want Your App to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? – Part 2 » The TEC Blog
contrasts sharply to the  mainframe computers  in the 1960s and  client-server  applications in the 1980/90s, which were rigid in all of the above aspects. But in addition to applications and platforms moving to the cloud, there has been the trend of  collaboration  moving to the cloud, with the examples of Twitter, Facebook, Salesforce Chatter, IBM LotusLive, Cisco Webex , etc. This contrasts with the  workgroup  computing model of the 1980s (represented by Lotus Notes and Novell GroupWise )

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17-06-2010

The Necessity of Data Warehousing
An explanation of the origins of data warehousing and why it is a crucial technology that allows businesses to gain competitive advantage. Issues regarding technology selection and access to historical 'legacy' data are also discussed.

MAINFRAME COBOL: of Instructions per Second). Mainframes had to reserve most of their processing power for day-to-day operations, reports could only be run overnight in batch mode (without interaction from the user). Relational database technology was still in its infancy, and server engines were not powerful enough to support the data loads required. The type of programming that had to be done with third generation languages (3GL s) was tedious and expensive. Fourth generation languages were needed to abstract some of th
8/2/2000

System Software Suppliers Slip Seriously
Shares of Computer Associates, BMC Software, Compuware Corporation, and others have suffered serious setbacks on the stock market in recent days due to shortfalls in revenue. These companies are direct competitors, and are all suffering the same fate in the stock market. Once again, the dreaded Wall Street 'whisper number' has not been made, and the stock market has reacted harshly. Sales of mainframe software have softened, causing much of the shortfall.

MAINFRAME COBOL: reacted harshly. Sales of mainframe software have softened, causing much of the shortfall. As examples, shares in Computer Associates (NYSE:CA) dropped as much as 42 percent at one point, even though their revenue has increased to approximately $1.25 billion, compared to $1.22 billion in the same quarter last year. BMC Software (NASDAQ: BMCS) dropped 31 percent after it announced an approximate 50 percent drop in revenue compared to the same quarter in the prior year. Market Impact Many of the vendors
8/8/2000

Geac Gets Its Commonsense Share Of Consolidation, With Revolving Door CEOs No LessPart Three: Challenges and User Recommendations
The rejuvenated management team has done a praiseworthy job of bringing the company back to health while concurrently unveiling a new System21 product that can compete with the other products in the market. Deep vertical functionality, process integration, and the communication of a detailed product strategy blueprint to the market should help users manage total cost of ownership (TCO) during this era of conservative IT budgets.

MAINFRAME COBOL: reporting capabilities. Geac s existing mainframe and client/server customers are also calling for financial reporting capabilities. One could notice a parallel with the recent SSA GT s acquisition of Elevon (formerly Walker Interactive ), although one might be intrigued with low-profile publicity about the Elevon acquisition that was atypical to other recent SSA GT s purchases. Given the saying once bitten, twice shy, one should believe Geac will have carefully thought out the rationale for the above
8/14/2003

Justification of ERP InvestmentsPart Four: Replacing or Re-implementing an ERP System
An investment analysis focusing on enterprise resource planning (ERP) benefits frequently applies to those firms initially justifying an ERP implementation. It can also be used to justify a 're-implementation' when the initial efforts have failed to produce desired results. Reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

MAINFRAME COBOL: system was a complex mainframe system that required very high levels of external assistance, large expenses for customizations, and high charge-out rates from the corporate MIS function. The one-time and ongoing costs for the corporate system were two to three times higher. The plant management even argued (successfully) that they could implement the new system in three months, obtain the benefits over a six month payback period, and ultimately throw it away in two years when the corporate MIS function wa
2/13/2004

Function Points: Are They Really the Right Unit of Measure for Software Sizing?
Function points (FPs) are the most popular unit of measure for measuring the size of software. But because FPs were developed in the 1970s, are they not now outdated for today’s event-oriented programming and multi-tiered software architectures?

MAINFRAME COBOL: Function Points: Are They Really the Right Unit of Measure for Software Sizing? Function Points: Are They Really the Right Unit of Measure for Software Sizing? Murali Chemuturi - December 15, 2008 Read Comments Software estimation is one of the first steps in software project planning. Software estimation includes estimation of software size, development effort, cost, and schedule. Function points have become the most widely used unit of measure for software size measurement. Function points (FPs) were
12/15/2008

Enterprise Application Integration - the Latest Trend in Getting Value from Data
Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is one of the hot-button issues in IT for the Year 2000. Information Week Research's survey of 300 technology managers showed nearly 75% of respondents said EAI is a planned project for their IT departments in the coming year. According to a survey conducted by Bank Boston, the market for EAI is expected to be $50 Billion USD by 2001. However, successful EAI requires a careful combination of a middleware framework, distributed object technologies, and custom consulting.

MAINFRAME COBOL: (i.e., an IBM MQSeries mainframe application that needs to communicate with a Microsoft MSMQ application on Windows NT) Scalability for high-volume transaction throughput. We cannot put enough emphasis on attention to scalability. It is almost impossible to know at implementation time what the data volumes will be in the future Support for varying levels of fault tolerance, load balancing, and failover for mission-critical systems Workflow enablement (via SMTP, publish/subscribe capabilities, etc.) is a
2/1/2000


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