The move will likely have mixed impact on most CA customers, although mainframe shops should expect some benefits
Fundamental Software has run smack up against Big Blue’s refusal to sanction 64-bit mainframe emulation
Even as IBM and Fundamental continue to wrangle, FLEX-ES shops are dwelling in a kind of limbo. First in a series.
The deal helps position Software AG as an ascendant SOA player in both North America and the EU
IBM last week unveiled two new System i servers for the SMB market
BI giant SAS announced expanded System z support for its Enterprise Intelligence Platform and touted a new sub-capacity pricing option, to boot
There’s plenty of buzz about server virtualization, but success is not assured.
Why don’t proponents of the "mainframe brain drain" hypothesis make similar claims about other costly technology niches?
IBM officials position CICS 3.2 as the no-brainer hub for an organization’s -- any organization’s -- service-oriented architecture.
Targets mid-market customers with ITSM aspirations
IBM officials are confident zIIP will take off -- once it’s had time to germinate in the minds of customers
Is what's good for IBM's System z sales efforts always good for independent mainframe technologists?
CA pushes Wily SOA Manager as a good prescription for treating application performance issues in SOA environments.
A new survey from Fortiva shows the extent that IT is unprepared for e-discovery regulations
IBM hopes that DB2 9’s performance, manageability, and security enhancements will make it a must-upgrade release
IBM last week made a pair of notable moves on the business intelligence front
In practice, for some mainframe customers, Big Blue’s MSU technology dividend really does translate into significant cost savings.
From smaller deals to an increased interest in China, the face of outsourcing is changing, a new survey reports
CA says organizations can offload some management tasks from their expensive mainframe general processors onto cheaper zIIPs
z/VM 5.3 might still be five months away, but many VM programmers are already licking their lips in anticipation