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AIX 7.3 Leverages Power10 Processor to Support Customers’ Hybrid Multicloud and AI Endeavors

Scott McKinney

October 19, 2021

The new AIX 7.3 release brings customers new ways to integrate their mission critical infrastructure with new and enhanced capabilities. IBM designed AIX 7.3 in response to feedback from customers, particularly around extracting business value from data and supporting their hybrid multicloud strategies. Its new features take advantage of the unique capabilities of the Power10 […]

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Liam Allan Expands Development Accessibility With the Code for IBM i Extension

Brianna Boecker

September 13, 2021

Sometimes the best way to create new technology is to continue using standards that have already been proven successful, while simultaneously making them more accessible. This was Liam Barry Allan’s thought process when he first started Code for IBM i, an open-source Visual Studio (VS) Code extension for all IBM i development needs. Allan is […]

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Elizabeth K. Joseph on Being a Developer Advocate and the Future of Mainframe Technology

Reg Harbeck

September 1, 2021

Reg Harbeck: Hi. This is Reg Harbeck and today I'm here with Elizabeth K. Joseph who is a developer advocate at IBM and an increasingly well-known mainframer. I've kind of gotten to know her through various social media outlets and such. Elizabeth—Liz, I guess I can call you—tell us, how did you end up on the […]

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Evil Mainframe Brings Ethical Hacking to the Forefront

Tiffany Lukk

August 26, 2021

When it comes to hacking, there are courses that can teach you to break past the security of almost anything. However, learning how to hack a mainframe usually isn’t one of them. That’s why Chad Rikansrud and Phil Young created Evil Mainframe, the first mainframe penetration testing class. “The IT world at large has benefited […]

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Interact With the ATLASSIAN Jira Software From Within z/OS

Subhasish Sarkar

August 24, 2021

In this tutorial from BMC's Subhasish Sarkar and Sujit Neb, learn how to interact with ATLASSIAN Jira from a JCL Job that executes on z/OS

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Containers, Microservices and Open Source: IBM i From Another Perspective

Niels Liisberg

August 19, 2021

If you’ve worked with enterprise software development, I assume you’ve come across concepts like microservices and containers. Perhaps you’ve worked with Kubernetes or OpenShift. And maybe you already develop microservices in Java with the open-source framework Spring Boot and are over the moon about how great GraalVM is. Personally, I use all the above with […]

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Video Tutorial: Rob McNelly on Installing YUM on AIX

Rob McNelly

August 3, 2021

In the first TechChannel video tutorial of the year, learn how to install YUM on AIX from IBM Champion Rob McNelly: Transcript: On this test logical partition, I checked to see if YUM was installed by running the YUM command. It was not installed. I wrote an article about YUM in 2017 on the AIX […]

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Automate the Execution of Python Scripts With Microsoft Windows Task Scheduler

Subhasish Sarkar

June 3, 2021

In this tutorial, we will learn how to automatically execute Python scripts using the Microsoft Windows Task Scheduler. For simplicity, we choose to use a Python script that simply writes to a text file, the date and time that the script executes, every time it gets executed. Create a new, empty text file anywhere on […]

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Announcing Anaconda for LinuxONE and IBM Z

Sofia Haan

May 20, 2021

For many data scientists, having access to AI projects on any data platform is not only more productive, but very important to the success of the technology. In fact, according to the new “Global AI Adoption Index 2021,” commissioned by IBM in partnership with Morning Consult, 90% of IT professionals say that being able to run their […]

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Closing the COBOL Programming Skills Gap

October 25, 2019

The backbone of today’s electronic commerce is COBOL on an IBM Z computing platform. There are 240 billion lines of COBOL in operation, and another 5 billion new lines are added each year. $3 trillion of commercial transactions are processed by COBOL applications each day. COBOL is what business runs on. Some reports indicate that […]