Contact Info

One Campus Martius

Phone: 1-800-COMPUWARE

Web: compuware.com

About Tyler Allman

Tyler Allman is lead product manager for Compuware’s Xpediter and COPE products. He began his career 30 years ago as an IBM mainframe Assembler/COBOL programmer. Tyler has worked in assignments ranging from full system development projects, system testing projects, and application package installation/tailoring projects, to technology reviews and tools/automation implementations.

Compuware’s Topaz Workbench Bridges Mainframe Generations

By | March 3rd, 2016|Agile Development, App Performance, COBOL, DevOps, Millennialize the Mainframe, Workforce|

The “age of the customer” has placed new demands on the mainframe, necessitating the modernization of this venerable platform's development tools for a new generation of developers. With products like Topaz Workbench, Compuware is mainstreaming the mainframe for that next generation.

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Mainframe Modernization: Transitioning to GUI

By | May 22nd, 2013|Agile Development|

Mainframe debugger built on Eclipse Debug Framework. Example shows COBOL; PL/I, IBM C Language®, and HLASM also supported. Over the past decade, more and more companies have begun to adopt standardized software development tools across multiple languages and platforms within the enterprise. Among the reasons for the adoption [...]

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Pitfalls to Avoid When Modernizing the Mainframe Development and Maintenance Programming Environment

By | December 6th, 2011|Featured|

Compuware began leveraging modernized user interfaces in its legacy mainframe developer tools over five years ago. The technology helps customers reduce costs, boost developer productivity and attract a new generation of programmers into the mainframe. In working with dozens of customers who have implemented the new modern Compuware interfaces along with modernized tools [...]

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