Kick off your cowboy boots and join us at SHARE in San Antonio for a lively, interactive session Don’t let Java on z “Eat You for Lunch!” Based on our BMC Survey, 98% of respondents told us Java development on the mainframe is steady or growing, so how is Java impacting your mainframe performance, availability and capacity? Java on z Systems is … [Read more...]
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Based on the high level of interest in our BMC MainView for Java Environments beta, we are expanding this very active program! We are now accepting additional applicants to partner with us in shaping the leading mainframe monitoring solution. Members of the expanded beta program: Take part by test-driving an evolving version of MainView for … [Read more...]
Happy New Year! Let’s start the year off with a bang. Let’s turn a negative into a positive. No, I’m not talking about the typical New Year resolutions that people make and never get around to. I’m talking about your mainframe environment and what’s worrying you the most--cost. Several studies have told us that cost management is your … [Read more...]
DB2 on z Systems is alive and well in Texas and the partnership between BMC Software and Compuware is continuing to bear fruit for our customers! We are very pleased to announce that together BMC and Compuware will be sponsoring a DB2 swing through the Lone Star State as we partner to present HOTDUG – Heart of Texas User Group in Austin, Dallas and … [Read more...]
We’re SHARE-ing at SHARE in San Antonio. We’ve got eight technical sessions and an innovative lunch and learn session this year! BMC continues to invest in mainframe and Bring IT to Life on the z Systems. We’re proud to be a silver sponsor at SHARE, supporting the technical community for over 10 years. Started in 1955, SHARE is the premier … [Read more...]
For those who are not familiar with the mainframe rolling 4-hour average, this blog helps describe its importance. Why is the Rolling 4-Hour Average (R4HA) important? Why should you and I care? Developers, testers, system administrators, and other technical professionals are actually very affected by this important metric. Take a look at the … [Read more...]
Our world has changed. Our lives have changed. Today consumers can pay for items at a store without even opening their wallet, book a flight and never speak to a single person, and deposit a check in their checking account without leaving the comfort of their home. As we continue to embrace technology, our day-to-day lives will change and we will … [Read more...]
What does peak season mean for your business? Growing up, I played a lot of different sports, from soccer to basketball to tennis. Every sport had its own season and preparing for them required different strategies; different investments in terms of time, effort and money. My goal throughout each season was to be successful, which could mean … [Read more...]
Industry and DBA Trends With this blog post I am kicking off a new series of posts on the topic of how and why DB2 for z/OS is changing, and what these changes mean in terms of managing, administering, and developing DB2 databases and applications. The basic premise, which if you’ve been working with DB2 lately I’m sure you’ll agree, is that the … [Read more...]
Certain rate increases are inevitable and they can impact your budget, unless you develop a plan to deal with them. This is applicable whether you’re a consumer seeking a home loan or just trying to control IBM mainframe Monthly License Charge (MLC) software costs. First, let’s look at new rate increases from the perspective of a consumer. When … [Read more...]