Contact Info

One Campus Martius

Phone: 1-800-COMPUWARE

Web: compuware.com

About Chris O'Malley

Chris O’Malley is CEO of Compuware, where he is responsible for setting the company’s vision, mission and strategy. With 30 plus years of IT experience, Chris has led the company’s transformation into becoming the “mainframe software partner for the next 50 years.” Before joining Compuware in 2014, Chris was CEO of VelociData. Previous to that, he was CEO of Nimsoft, EVP of CA’s Cloud Products & Solutions and EVP/GM of CA’s Mainframe business unit, where he led the successful transformation of that division.

Changing the Future of Your Mainframe—and Your Business

By | October 3rd, 2016|Agile Development, App Performance, COBOL, DevOps, Featured|

Compuware has filled the gaping mainframe leadership void by re-inventing the mainframe’s future as a fully integrated participant in the Agile/DevOps enterprise. And we deliver on that promised future every quarter, like an authentic mainframe software partner should.

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The Bright, New Future of COBOL

By | January 5th, 2016|Agile Development, COBOL, DevOps, Featured|

Compuware today announced ground-breaking integrations with Splunk, Atlassian, SonarSource, AppDynamics, and Jenkins. We also acquired the assets of ISPW, a leading provider of agile source code management and release automation. But what really happened is that Compuware transformed the future of mainframe applications.

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A Revolutionary Map for Your Mainframe: Introducing Topaz Runtime Visualizer

By | October 1st, 2015|COBOL, DevOps, Featured|

If you’re in IT at a Big Important Company, much of your most important application logic probably resides on an IBM mainframe. And you’re not re-platforming it any time soon. You therefore face three serious challenges: Updating your mainframe application logic in response to your constantly changing business needs as aggressively [...]

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Idea to Innovation in 84 Days—on the Mainframe!

By | September 24th, 2015|DevOps, Featured|

On July 8, a Compuware software architect named Gary Michalek walked into my office and described a brilliant product idea he’d come up with over the fourth of July weekend. On October 1, we’ll release the initial version of that product.  That’s just 84 days from idea to innovation. And, yes, [...]

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Alert: Apathy Virus Threatens World’s Mainframes

By | August 3rd, 2015|DevOps|

"Apathy can be overcome by enthusiasm, and enthusiasm can only be aroused by two things: first, an ideal, with takes the imagination by storm, and second, a definite intelligible plan for carrying that ideal into practice." - Arnold Toynbee While social feeds buzz with hype about wearables and WhateverChat, the [...]

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Buffett, Mustard & Mainframes

By | August 3rd, 2015|DevOps, Featured|

Warren Buffett has out-performed the S&P 500 over the last 50 years by an astonishing 782:1. He has done this through disciplined value investment which, as he puts it, is about buying great companies at a reasonable price—rather than chasing uncertain trends or short-term bargains. Buffett’s rationale is fairly simple. [...]

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The New Compuware: We Deliver

By | July 7th, 2015|App Performance, DevOps|

Today, as promised in February, Compuware delivered integrations between Compuware Strobe and two BMC solutions: BMC Cost Analyzer for zEnterprise and BMC MainView. These integrations enable Compuware-BMC customers to reduce their mainframe software licensing costs by 10% or more—even as the demands of the digital economy drive continued growth of their IBM z Systems workloads.

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Keeping Our Promises So You Can Keep Yours

By | April 1st, 2015|DevOps, Featured|

Compuware released a new version of Topaz, which enables companies to more aggressively leverage their mainframe applications even as z Systems stewardship shifts from retiring mainframe veterans to a new generation of Millennial IT pros. The new version of Topaz adds Program Analysis—rich visualization of COBOL and PL/I application code—to [...]

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Compuware and BMC: A Customer-Driven Collaboration

By | February 17th, 2015|Agile Development, App Performance, DevOps, Featured|

IT organizations are getting aggressive about driving down their IBM z Systems mainframe costs. But there’s a right way and a wrong way to do cost reduction. Compuware and BMC are collaborating to make certain our mutual customers can do their cost-cutting the right way. The wrong way The wrong [...]

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Topaz: How Millennials Will Save the World Economy

By | February 2nd, 2015|Agile Development, App Performance, COBOL, DevOps, Featured|

Photo credit: Xurble Millennials have to save the world. They are, after all, inheriting a world in crisis. Climate change, economic disparity, global political upheaval—these are all problems left to them by preceding generations to solve. One of the biggest crises facing Millennials, however, gets very little media [...]

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Three Reasons to Get Excited about Topaz

By | January 5th, 2015|DevOps|

Compuware this week announced the release of Topaz, an innovative new solution that empowers IT organizations to preserve and advance their mainframe investments. Topaz’s elegant simplicity in design and usability helps a new development workforce quickly master mainframe programs and data. This first release of Topaz specifically provides Millennial developers and [...]

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Apps vs. Ops: Prioritizing Your Mainframe Investments in 2015

By | December 29th, 2014|DevOps|

Photo credit: Roberto Berlim Discussions about the mainframe’s future often center on the need to replace operations staff. But the most pressing challenge mainframe owners face at the moment isn’t operations. It’s protecting and extending the incalculably valuable intellectual property residing on their mainframes in the form of [...]

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