IBM mainframe chief Jim Stallings presents more evidence of a resurgence of Big Iron.
Business continuity is critical, so operations must be up and running 24x7. Data center virtualization could be the key IT needs.
The best thing IBM can do to help secure the mainframe’s future is to roll up its sleeves and get to work, says one prominent Big Bluer
Regardless of whether customers opt for Linux-on-zSeries or choose to abandon the mainframe altogether, Oracle stands to benefit
The University of Toronto implements IBM’s new z9 Business Class system to increase and improve service levels while reducing costs
Some mainframers think IBM’s $100 million could be better spent addressing training, licensing, and other long-standing Big-Iron pain points
Customers can service-enable terminal-based applications and effectively transform them into full-fledged SOA assets
IBM is putting its money where its mouth is—spending $100 million over the next five years to make its mainframe systems easier to use
IBM is touting a more abstract kind of workload—the mainframe-as-service-enabled hub
In order to meet the heavy computing demands of the largest U.S. school system, the New York City Board of Education uses an enterprise server and high-performance software to deliver all of the information required to administer more than one million students.