Rocketeers don’t just contribute here on the Rocket blog–they’re also busy writing on other sites as well. In case you missed them, here are a few mainframe-related pieces that our team has penned recently (Bryan Smith has been especially busy). Have a read and let us know your thoughts on any (or all) of these […]
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“Twenty years ago, IBM introduced OpenEdition MVS, their first foray into “opening” the mainframe to a new community of developers. This release included the Shell and Utilities priced feature. Production cost varied with the size of the mainframe. If you consider that only a handful of people might actually use this code when originally shipped, […]
Rocket’s millennial developers discuss the future of the mainframe. See what they’re saying… (more…)
In honor of pi day, allow me to present the z10 pi. (more…)
Software, big data, The Beatles and The Stones… The IBM mainframe is turning 50 this year and we are excited to look at that history as we plan for the next decade of mainframe computing. (more…)
When you think Rocket Software, think optimized performance. Rocket takes a great product – as in Tivoli Advanced Storage Management Suite for z – and adds tools to make it even better! (more…)
IBM Service Management’s Ian Smith interviews Rocket’s Don Becker and blogs about how Rocket is helping clients to proactively manage increasingly complex and heterogeneous IT and data protection infrastructures.