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Hi, I would like to know the following: How IBM charges a client for using mainframe? (CPU Utilization or MIPS, rough dollar amount, prime time vs. non prime time and only based on production LPAR CPU usage or charge includes usage of developement and testing community of CPU as well? Also we have...
I am new to the mainframe world and would like to know if there is conversion factor that I would use to determine the processing power that will be required in term of MIPS if I have the wintel server configuration
we have a current system where a COBOL stored procedure is called by a .NET application. This COBOL SP then calls multiple COBOL subprograms which perform calculations and update files and then eventually return a value to the .NET app. We have a limitation in tracking the performance of each...