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It’s time for SHARE: Don’t let Java on z “Eat You for Lunch!”

Alice Ma
by Alice Ma


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 supporting everything from traditional CICS/DB2/IMS work to mobility and analytics.  It offers powerful capabilities that extend mainframe systems and open up new sources of skills.

During this session, our BMC expert, Jay Lipovich will SHARE insights and lessons learned from our MainView for Java beta, which kicked off last year.

Discover new ways to manage your Java workloads ─ and lunch is on us.

Day ID Session Title Start Time End Time Room Speakers
Tue March 1st 18952 Lunch and Learn: Don’t let Java on z “Eat You for Lunch!” 12:30 PM 1:30 PM TBD Jay Lipovich

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About the author

Alice Ma

Alice Ma

Alice Ma has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry, working with customers and IBM's Business Partners to architect solutions, develop, test, provide advanced support, and more. Her areas of expertise include problem determination, performance/tuning, recovery, data governance, auditing, encryption, and so on for DB2. Alice has contributed her technical knowledge to the development of IBM Watson and DB2 10.5 Certification. She has authored a Performance and Tuning Redbooks publication, guides, tech notes, and white papers.