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  • Real-Time Mainframe SIEM 101

    Sponsored by: BMC

    SIEM systems have been the industry standard for enterprise network security, but the mainframe has been left out of this predominantly distributed discipline. In this white paper, learn how to launch a mainframe SIEM initiative. Also explore 4 steps to ensure malicious mainframe activity triggers a notification to the appropriate security system.

  • Running New Workloads Like Linux

    Sponsored by: SearchDataCenter.com

    This expert e-book explores the changes to mainframes in the past ten years. Discover how your organization can lower TCO and achieve other benefits by moving workloads to the mainframe.

  • Digital Transformation Needs Mainframe DevOps

    Sponsored by: Ensono Limited

    Your mainframe is the heart of your business. If it is not working at full capacity, neither will your applications or your employees. If you are like most organizations and looking to undergo a digital transformation, your mainframe needs DevOps. This e-guide unveils how DevOps improves mainframe system capabilities.

  • Which Mainframe Monitoring Tool is Right for You?

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    Robert Crawford, systems programmer, has outlined the pros and cons of three different types of mainframe monitoring tools. Learn how to determine which one will best meet your performance, resource, and diagnostic data needs.

  • IBM’s Mainframe50: The Future of the Mainframe

    Sponsored by: IBM

    IDC takes an opportunity to reflect on the significance the mainframe has had on the IT industry, business and society; the degree to which this technology remains a core foundation of today's global infrastructure; and the extent to which companies are using it to find new ways to drive business innovation.

  • Computer Weekly – 25 February 2014: Banking with dinosaurs – the legacy IT crisis in financial services

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the IT problems at high-street banks, and learn how outsourcing led to the loss of key legacy IT skills. We ask what role wearable technology could have in enterprise IT. And we take an in-depth look at the tools for using Microsoft Azure for building hybrid clouds. Read the issue now.

  • Demo: Overview of IBM Integrated Solution for System z Development (December 2012)

    Sponsored by: IBM

    An overview of the IBM Integrated Solution for System z Development, including its capabilities and constituent member products.

  • Rehosting Mainframe Workloads

    Sponsored by: Clerity

    Many legacy applications still contain valuable business information. But maintaining the mainframes that they reside on can quickly become cost-prohibitive. This white paper explores various mainframe alternatives, the concept behind rehosting, and a recommended market offering you can implement immediately.

  • Cisco Unified Computing System for SAP Landscapes

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Read this paper to discover a next-generation data center platform that provides the compute, network, and storage access components, deployed as a single cohesive system, to complement the SAP NetWeaver architecture.

  • Adding Business Value With Cross-Platform Solutions: Linux running on IBM Servers

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This IDC White Paper is based on research data collected at a dozen customer sites in the United States, Canada, and Europe, all with mixed server platforms, to find the technical and business outcomes from deploying cross-platform Linux solutions on IBM servers. This paper presents the key findings of a return on investment (ROI) analysis.

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