• Will the mainframe survive IBM job cuts?

    The mainframe survived minicomputers, the client server, the web and Y2K, but its future is under scrutiny as IBM prepares a rethink

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  • IBM shows there is life in the mainframe with z13 launch

    It's taken five years and $1bn but IBM thinks it has the right platform to attract those customers struggling with big data

    squicke660 pointsBadges:
  • How do you see the future of storage mainframes playing out?

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  • Kicking the tires on the IBM z13 mainframe

    While the flashy new IBM z13 is impressive enough to bring mainframes back in vogue, the storage part of the story is yet to be told.

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  • Mainframe conversion to Web services

    IBM offers an extensive set of tools for Web-service conversion.

    WKernochan465 pointsBadges:
  • Third-party software costs killing mainframe growth

    A new Gartner survey reflects mainframe trends in third-party software costs, Linux adoption and IBM's struggle to bring new blood to the platform.

    Matt Stansberry10 pointsBadges:
  • CA sues over mainframe software copyright infringement

    Software giant CA has filed a $200 million lawsuit against Rocket Software, claiming the company stole its source code to build IBM DB2 management software.

    Mark Fontecchio3,850 pointsBadges:
  • IBM upgrades z/OS mainframe operating system

    The new version of z/OS allows enterprises to take advantage of all processors on their mainframe within one partition and adds new security features.

    Mark Fontecchio3,850 pointsBadges:
  • Mainframe TCO getting more bang for the buck, analyst report says

    The cost of owning a mainframe has dropped in the last five years due to lower hardware and software licensing costs, plus benefits such as consuming less real estate and power.

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  • The new mainframes: BladeSystem Matrix, Vblock, Exadata and Exalogic

    Converged infrastructure platforms like Oracle‘s Exadata offer companies increased performance, but at the cost of vendor lock-in, causing some to dub these the new mainframes.

    Matt Stansberry10 pointsBadges:

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