By Wendy Sanacore
Here are some of the latest updates from IBM WebSphere and z/OS for the week ending March 26, 2011.
IBM Installation Manager V1.4.3 released – March 11, 2011
The newest version of the IBM Installation Manager was released this week. The updated version, V1.4.3 follows the previous release in December of 2010. IBM Installation Manager is a single installation program that can use remote or local software repositories to install, modify, or update certain IBM products. Click here for more.
IBM Advances Cloud Computing with New Software
The demand for cloud computing is exploding as organizations seek to expand the impact of IT to deliver new and innovative services while realizing significant economies of scale.
The power of the cloud computing model is the ability to harness varying technology investments by enabling rapid and dynamic scheduling, provisioning and management of virtualized computing resources on demand. Get more information here.
Getting Started with WebSphere MQ for z/OS security
This introduction to WebSphere MQ for z/OS security will be helpful for those who are familiar with z/OS but not with WebSphere MQ, and for those who are familiar with WebSphere MQ and would like to understand how to secure it on z/OS. See intro here.
- IBM Print Transform from AFP products deliver data conversion flexibility for IBM z/OS
Every day your z/OS-based applications generate huge amounts of information, reports, and other output that must be delivered quickly, accurately, efficiently, and in a variety of formats to customers, employees, partners, and suppliers all over the globe.
But the large number of formats and technologies can be complex to manage, and can make optimizing your output environment difficult. Don’t change your z/OS output; use these new products to transform it to gain increased flexibility and efficiency for your production operations by leveraging a wider choice of technology, protocols, and formats. Find out more.
Since it’s inception, TxMQ has specialized in Mainframe software and mainframe systems support offerings. As mainframe software and mainframe applications and subsystems like DB2, z/OS, CICS, MQ, and DB2 continued to grow in popularity, so too did TxMQ’s offerings.
These expanded to include technologies like virtualization solutions including linux virtualization, network virtualization (cloud computing), and desktop virtualization, as well as mainframe modernization.
As the web became more prevalent and a part of the enterprise, we followed IBM’s offerings and added skilled resources and SME’s in areas like websphere, bpm and soa, including both Lombardi, and metastorm (now a part of open text), as well as Datapower.
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