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mainframe computer

Informatics
A large computer that manipulates large blocks of data by “multitasking” logical sequences. Such data manipulation in hospital computers is now largely carried by networked PCs.
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As part of the collaboration, customers can migrate mainframe assets via a joint Astadia and Micro Focus offering, FASTPaaS--a comprehensive suite of products and core methodologies designed to transform COBOL applications for next-generation digital infrastructures.
This cycle has played out multiple times over the past decade as IBM refreshed its mainframe systems every few years.
The findings come from a new poll of 81 mainframe users conducted by Macro 4, a division of UNICOM[R] Global, at the annual GSE UK Conference in November 2018.
* The ability to display mainframe assets along with other sensitive assets in the Illusive Attacker View component of the management console, which enables security personnel to see potential attack paths to reach mainframes, and track the proximity and progress of attackers toward these assets
Through Topaz on AWS, which leverages Amazon AppStream 2.0 technology, enterprises can provide their global development, test and ops teams with immediate and secure cloud access to Compuware's entire innovative mainframe Agile/DevOps solution stack.
Respondents surveyed fall into three groups based on their mainframe investment strategies:
In fact, by using today's advanced modernization solutions on the back end, it has become easier than ever to provide a compelling and engaging mobile experience to users on the front end simply by implementing advanced technology tools to essentially "unlock" mainframe data assets and create leading-edge mobile applications that both engage customers and reduce costs.
Canonical also plans to support KVM for the mainframe.
Inventorying existing mainframe data, applications, capacity, utilization and management tools.
Six out of seven (84%) IT decision makers confirm it is difficult to find staff or new recruits with mainframe application skills and predict that an average of 14% of staff members currently responsible for maintaining mainframe applications will retire in the next five years.
YLZ picked a z10 Business Class mainframe, one of the smaller models aimed at mid-sized companies.
Overall, 84 programs in CA's integrated stack of 234 mainframe programs have been updated.