Jeremy Hamilton

Jeremy Hamilton

Jeremy Hamilton is a technical Software Consultant for BMC’s Mainframe Cost Optimization Suite (R4). He has over 9 years’ experience in the software industry, primarily in the technical sales role. He started his career as a physicist for IBM Research before moving into the mainframe software world. At IBM he worked with many large corporations and government agencies, and wrote three IBM Redbooks regarding the IBM Application Development Tools. In his current role, he works with various customers to educate, consult, and implement the R4 solutions, as well as drive enhancements for the products. Jeremy has a Masters in Information Systems from Santa Clara University, and an American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Sequoyah Fellow.

The Subsystem Service Model Brings Agility, Efficiency, and Costs Savings to the Mainframe

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For the computing world, the term “service” has taken on many different forms. Service Orientated Architecture, Software as a Service, and many others have changed the way we view the computer world. In its simplest form, creating a computing service is simply decoupling service consumers from service providers. The service providers and consumers … [Read more...]

The Subsystem Service Model: SOA for Mainframe Environments

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Service Orientated Architecture (SOA) has emerged as a popular standard to “modernize” legacy mainframe applications into today’s infrastructures. However, mainframes are often viewed as only “black box” service providers to the loosely coupled distributed applications. As a result, the efficiencies of SOA have not been realized on the mainframe … [Read more...]