• Mainframe security best practices for compliance with PCI DSS

    Mainframe security is a largely overlooked topic by QSAs assessing compliance with PCI DSS, but expert Mike Villegas explains why enterprises can't ignore the key security controls to ensure mainframe compliance.

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  • Share data at all levels with IBM’s name/token service

    IBM name/tokens are popular for sharing data among mainframe programs, but little problems can add up to a performance hit.

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  • Which new tool in IMS version 12 will make your life easier?

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  • Troubleshooting mainframe application performance variables

    Why is mainframe application performance so variable? Processor clock cycles can vary for many reasons. Mainframe expert Robert Crawford outlines some reasons why, and tips for troubleshooting performance issues.

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  • Migrating off the mainframe; part 3: Tuning apps for the new platform

    After migrating off the mainframe, applications don't always run the same on Linux, Unix or Windows as they did on z/OS. In this tip, an expert talks about how to tune migrated apps for performance and security.

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  • Mainframe performance management: Linux adds complexity

    The influx of Linux applications and increased end-user Web access has fundamentally changed the average mainframe's performance management tasks. In the past, mainframe performance management was all about managing performance inside the machine, with relatively little need to consider...

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  • Cloudification denotes opportunity, not despair, for mainframes

    Migrating applications and workloads onto cloud resources frees up mainframe MIPS. With the right approach, IT won't sacrifice security or control.

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  • IBM System z Integrated Information Processor (zIIP)

    IBM's System z Integrated Information Processor (zIIP) is a specialty offload engine that helps improve computing performance for a subset of mainframe workloads.

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  • Moving backup off the mainframe

    Hobart Corp. migrated their backup environment to open systems, dramatically reducing media and management costs.

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  • Modernize mainframe storage

    The mainframe is a mature technology, but storage for it continues to evolve. Find out how to bring your valuable legacy assets into your contemporary storage network environment.

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