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DTS Webinar Recap: Introduction to ISMF Test

In Introduction to ISMF Test, DTS Software CTO Steve Pryor discussed IBM’s Interactive Storage Management Facility (ISMF), including the Naviquest feature (ISMF Option 11) and its advantages and disadvantages. The presentation began with an introduction to the ISMF Test component, which allows you to simulate the creation...
DTS Software Kicks Off 2021 Webinar Series with Customer Event

DTS Software Kicks Off 2021 Webinar Series with Customer Event

Why? We want to provide some IBM storage management intel as well as get your input on your customer experience.
The release of IBM® z/OS® V2R4 brought enhancements to SMS and DFSMS that will affect both storage administrators and end users. January’s Customer Forum webinar will begin with…

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Enabling Exit Routines – Without the Obligatory Assembler Resource

Enabling Exit Routines – Without the Obligatory Assembler Resource

Organizations such as Fortune 500 companies, healthcare providers, and governments all have vastly different needs, but they often rely on the same operating system for their highly secure, mega-powered processing needs—IBM® z/OS®. Despite its age, z/OS remains ubiquitous because of its inherent…

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Alexa, how can you improve my workflow efficiency with z/OS?

Alexa, how can you improve my workflow efficiency with z/OS?

Smart speakers like Alexa (70% market share) are nosing their way into a myriad of workspaces, raising a lot of curious eyebrows and generating a lot of excitement about the possibilities for increases in team productivity and cost-savings. Marketplace Feedback from...

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Forget Assembler – Exit Routines Made Easy

Forget Assembler – Exit Routines Made Easy

The death of the mainframe has been greatly exaggerated for years in the wake of cloud computing. But in truth, the mainframe continues to stand the test of time, processing roughly 30 billion transactions per day by 70% of the Fortune 500. Although the roles of mainframes have certainly changed…

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