• IBM z/OS 1.11 preview: New features and functions

    IBM will release z/OS 1.11 in September and promised improvements include simplified system administration and more memory above the 4G bar. This tip explores which new features and functions to expect in version 1.11.

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  • IBM z/OS 1.8: Features to look forward to and some to kiss goodbye

    What's inside IBM's latest mainframe operating system, z/OS 1.8? Check out what expert Robert Crawford found and found lacking in IBM's latest offering.

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  • IBM upgrades z/OS; makes $100M commitment to mainframe

    IBM upgrades z/OS, the mainframe operating system, saying it is easier to use and offers more functionality. Meanwhile, it has announced a $100 million investment in the next five years.

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  • German trains switch to Linux on mainframes

    The German railway system is migrating major IT components from z/OS to Linux on the mainframe. Is the z/OS environment becoming extinct? And are Linux operators going mainstream?

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  • IBM ends 31-bit z/OS mainframe support

    On April 1, IBM stopped service for z/OS v1.4 and v1.5, ending its support for 31-bit z/OS on the mainframe. For some users, that means a mandatory -- and expensive -- hardware upgrade.

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  • Efficiently managing z/OS WLM

    IBM's z/OS Workload Manager (WLM) is designed for the best response time, but it doesn't always result in balanced workloads. This tip delves into z/OS WLM efficiency.

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  • Offering z/OS on x86 would help IBM expand into small business market

    In his second column on the topic, Robert Crawford argues that a "mini-mainframe" running z/OS on x86 would help IBM reach smaller businesses and addresses reader feedback to his first column.

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  • 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.

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  • DB2 database design and principles of peak performance

    This article provides some general guidelines and recommendations for achieving better DB2 performance in z/OS environments.

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  • Identrus certifies PKI for mainframe banking customers

    Banking credential issuer Identrus has certified Public Key Infrastructure encryption on z/OS. IBM says digital certificates will improve data security.

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