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The Futurum Group’s latest research brief, Future-Proof Your Linux on Z and LinuxONE Infrastructure with Velocity Software: Insights into Performance Management and Modernization, we explore the benefits of advanced management tools tailored to enhance operational efficiency, system reliability, and overall performance.
The Futurum Group’s latest research brief, Integrating Cloud and Mainframe: Rocket Software's Vision for Data-Driven Futures, done in partnership with Rocket Software, we talk through digital transformation and cloud integration.
The Emergence of a New Era in Mainframe Application Modernization
The Futurum Group’s Steven Dickens covers IBM’s announced intention to acquire the AppMod part of Advanced. This move will transfer customers, IP, and staff to IBM Consulting and enhance its mainframe application and data modernization services.
The Six Five team discusses IBM acquires Advanced’s application modernization assets.
In our latest Market Insight Report, Mainframe Ecosystem Q4 2023, we analyze how the influence of hyperscalers brings fundamental shift to mainframe market and other mainframe trends.
The Futurum Group’s Steven Dickens and Rocket Software’s Phil Buckellew, discuss the company’s plans to acquire OpenText’s Application Modernization and Connectivity Business and the implications for the mainframe modernization landscape.
Kyndryl Signs on as Global Managed Service Provider for Mainframes
Steven Dickens and Dave Raffo of The Futurum Group dive into the new global managed services partnership between Kyndryl and AWS around mainframe modernization announced at AWS re:Invent.
New Tools Break Up Monolithic Programs into Smaller Pieces
Steven Dickens and Dave Raffo of The Futurum Group dig into BMC’s new mainframe development tools that can simplify and speed programming on monolithic applications.
In our latest research brief, Ensuring Mainframe Security in Dynamic Times, developed in partnership with MainTegrity, we look at how to ensure file integrity on mainframes where organizations’ most important data lives.
In our latest research brief, Micro-segmentation Keeps Sensitive Mainframe Data in Compliance, done in partnership with Vertali, we analyze how micro-segmentation makes a network easier to secure and manage by isolating segments.
The Futurum Group’s Steven Dickens is joined by Neil Fowler, SVP Engineer for the Application Modernization and Connectivity Product Group at OpenText for a conversation on OpenText’s partnership with AWS and mainframe modernization.
The Six Five team discusses IBM AI and Research Day in this highlight from episode 192 of the Six Five Webcast.