Three Ways to Slash the Cost of Managing Mainframe Networks from BMC – An IBM Systems Magazine Webinar

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MainView optimizes mainframe systems management so you can improve performance and availability—at a much lower cost. MainView is intelligent, easier to use, and detects and solves problems faster than competing solutions. Come learn how BMC’s MainView Solutions can help you overcome some of the Systems Management challenges that are holding you back.

BMC and IBM Systems Magazine will host an informative webinar on Wednesday, February 21st at 10 PT / Noon CT / 1 ET. Nick Pachnos, Senior Product Director, and Barry Williams, Principal Software Consultant, will cover the innovative new approaches that will help you make your networks more secure and cost efficient. Conrad Sanders, Network Systems Programmer with USBank, will join to give his real-world experience as well. It’s easy to register – just click here.

Want to reduce your costs significantly? Who doesn’t? Come learn something game-changing.

During this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Significantly reduce the cost of network management, by eliminating MLC license costs
  • Reduce the peak 4HRA thus lowering mainframe costs
  • Leverage lower-cost rules-based automation eliminating processor intensive REXX

Help your businesses gain security, cut costs and get out in front of the competition!

For more information on BMC’s MainView Solutions, please see our MainView Systems Management page.

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Carolyn Henry

Carolyn Henry

Carolyn Henry is the Lead Solutions Marketing Manager for DB2 Solutions at BMC. Carolyn has 10+ years of experience in Software & Mainframe systems starting from her early years at IBM as a technical writer for DB2 and IMS Tools. She has experience in management, sales, enablement, and marketing with Enterprise Content Management and Data Management software ranging across structured and unstructured data. Most recently, Carolyn worked with the IBM Marketing teams on their partnership with Box and their Information Governance offerings.