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What are mainframe operating systems?
In simplest terms, an operating system is a collection of programs that manage a computer system’s internal workings— its memory, processors, devices, and file system. Mainframe operating systems are sophisticated products with substantially different characteristics and purposes.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Know More</a><br />
Which operating system is used with mainframes?
The primary operating systems in use on current IBM mainframes include z/OS (which followed MVS and OS/390), z/VM (previously VM/CMS), z/TPF (a successor of Airlines Control Program), and Linux on z Systems such as SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and others.</p> <p><a href="|504|59212&" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Know More</a><br />
What can you do with a mainframe?
Mainframe computers (colloquially referred to as “big iron”) are computers used primarily by large organizations for critical applications; bulk data processing, such as census, industry and consumer statistics, enterprise resource planning; and transaction processing.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Know More</a><br />



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FDJ IT Consultant with more than 30 years active in IBM Mainframe z/OS (Operating System) and IBM Software support services. IBM study and training followed since 1977 to 1985. Objective: Talented, results-driven IT professional with versatile, cross-platform experience in projects, applications, test, accept environment and implementation.

IBM Mainframe servers and hardware

IBM Z® mainframes deliver millisecond response time, extreme reliability, near 100% uptime and the world’s best security. The newest mainframe, IBM® z14™ (z14), is designed for trusted digital experiences. This enterprise system delivers pervasive encryption, stronger clouds, real time insights, machine learning and transparent blockchain.

Features Include

  • I/O connectivity
  • Security
  • Networking
  • Server technologies
  • Mainframe computer
  • UNIX System Services
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Regression testing of Z/OS, IMS DB2 and MQ at the SCC

SOA Testing IMS applications Regression testing of Z/OS, IMS DB2 and MQ at the SCC by replaying production workload. Maecenas eleifend sem in massa blandit eleifend. Presentation on theme: “SOA Testing IMS
By : admitcfd | dec 29, 2014


COURSE DESCRIPTION This 2-day, hands-on IBM z/OS JCL Advanced Concepts training course presents advanced coding techniques for creating efficient JCL in the z/OS environment. Included in this course is an introduction to
By : admitcfd | feb 2, 2014

IBM Management Console for IMS and Db2 for z/OS

What IMS and Db2 management console can do for your business> IBM® Management Console for IMS™ and Db2® for z/OS® gathers information from various expert sources, including IMS and Db2 Tools that
By : admitcfd | jan 15, 2014

An Introduction to DB2 for OS/390 and z/OS System

Instances and subsystems. In DB2 ULWO, an instance provides an independent environment where database objects can be created and applications can be run against them. When an instance is created, links to
By : admitcfd | jan 15, 2014

CICS transaction (task) may execute several programs

A transaction (task) may execute several programs in the course of completing its work. The program definition contains one entry for every program used by any application in the CICS® system. Each
By : admitcfd | jan 15, 2014

TSO/ISPF services as both a system management

z/OS® is ideal for processing batch jobs– workloads that run in the background with little or no human interaction. However, z/OS is just as much an interactive operating system as it is
By : admitcfd | jan 15, 2014