Employees are core to driving patentable innovation, but that process is easier said than done. Read what Compuware is doing to motivate employees, and how one software architect's process is driven from collaboration with colleagues.
After you’ve worked through our suggested steps for migrating your COBOL programs to COBOL Version 5.2 or 6.1, it’s time to begin an initial rollout. Here's how.
Chat apps should be considered essential for mainframe teams to adopt as they work to move the platform into their enterprise’s DevOps toolchain.
Only with the proper auditing tool can your company keep a closer eye on what’s going on in its mainframe environment and fight against growing insider threats.
Moving to a proprietary mainframe Cloud to cut costs is clearly a masquerade for forcing adopters into a rigid, top-down set of point products owned by monolithic vendors who then commandeer complete control of your mainframe environment
Strobe and ThruPut Manager make batch management automagical while you continue to give your company the competitive edge by making online performance hum.
During our Bonita Springs CAC, there were plenty of opportunities to observe and listen to mainframe customers’ enthusiasm for new ideas around culture, processes and tools to help advance the mainframe.
This was my first IBM InterConnect conference and I found it very interesting. What I did I learn in my four days? A great deal—some good, some a little disquieting.
Smart software allows you to leave the routine work to automation or to new hires and explore more interesting, challenging work—the kind of work you never had time to consider.
Here is an overview of the types of performance optimization available in COBOL Versions 5 and 6 and how to identify and use these new COBOL optimization features.
As a first-time attendee to SHARE, the week can feel a bit Doctor Seussian. Based on my experience, here’s some advice to future first-time SHARE attendees.
After hearing about Compuware’s two-platform IT approach, the SHARE organization took interest and asked Keith Sisson to share Compuware’s story and the company's experience with the mainframe at SHARE San Jose 2017.
There is something palpable about the first day of SHARE. Interested in speaking with any of us from Compuware? Stop at booth #407 in the Technology Exchange Expo.
As a company that prides itself on supporting a culture of continuous learning across all strata of the organization, it’s exciting to see Little Free Library have an impact on our own culture and the city we inhabit.
As nimble startup competitors gain market traction, it’s imperative that larger companies begin implementing enterprise DevOps to modernize their culture, processes and tools.
Deciding which COBOL release you want to migrate to first and then following through with a stable migration requires a well-researched and carefully considered plan. Here we present the similarities and differences between the two latest versions of COBOL.
The partnership between Ironstream and Abend-AID provides a comprehensive view of all operational aspects of a z/OS environment within Splunk, as well as a window into managing and resolving application faults in a more efficient manner.
What does an Agile cadence mean for UX designers? How does that affect mainframe development teams? We at Compuware pondered these same questions when we underwent our transformation to Agile and settled on an approach that has served us well.
After adopting Compuware’s Test Data Management solution, the company could secure all its data while ensuring it could maintain a high level of flexibility and efficiency during the merger.