As Previously Announced, Company Will Demo New and Highly Anticipated Integrations Between Compuware Strobe and BMC Cost Analyzer for zEnterprise and BMC MainView
DETROIT, Feb. 26, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Compuware Corporation, the world's leading mainframe-dedicated software company, today announced it will host two technical sessions at SHARE in Seattle: MIPS Management Strategies for a Mobile World on March 4 and COBOL Migration Strategies on March 6. The sessions will help users assess and manage growing mobile workloads on the mainframe as well as build a successful migration strategy to get to COBOL V5. In addition, Compuware will also co-facilitate a vendor sponsored (VSP) session on March 4 with BMC Software on the strategic partnership the companies have formed to help customers manage their mainframe operational costs.
With the exponential increase in the number of Web and mobile transactions that require servicing, organizations can no longer rely on traditional MIPS Management practices to address performance issues and remediate costs. Compuware MIPS Management Subject Matter Expert (SME) Spencer Hallman will highlight new strategies users can employ to save costs and improve application performance. He will also help session attendees get a handle on the often misunderstood rolling 4-hour average (R4HA) of mainframe utilization—measured in MSUs. Equipped with this knowledge, users can better assess and manage the impact that new workloads—including hard-to-measure mobile workloads—are having on MSU peaks.
Session: COBOL V5 Migration Strategies
There are significant benefits to migrating to COBOL 5.1, but not all mainframe shops have initiated migration projects. Compuware SME Jim Liebert, who has been assisting organizations with COBOL migration, will share best practices for moving to this new and highly beneficial version of COBOL.
This session will highlight the technology integrations of BMC Cost Analyzer for zEnterprise and BMC MainView with Compuware Strobe that provide intelligent workload performance management and tuning to help companies drive down costs. Jonathan Adams, Vice President and General Manager, ZSolutions and Select Technologies, BMC and Dennis O'Flynn, Vice President of Product Development, Compuware will facilitate.
Tech Integrations Demonstrations
Compuware will also demo the integrations between Strobe and BMC Cost Analyzer and BMC MainView in Booth 101, March 2-4.
At a Glance – Sessions by Date
Title: BMC and Compuware: Partnering to Improve Mainframe Economics
Speakers: Jonathan Adams, Vice President and General Manager, ZSolutions and Select Technologies, BMC; Dennis O'Flynn, Vice President of Product Development, Compuware
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 4, 10 a.m.-11 a.m. PST
Location: Ballard Room (Sheraton Seattle)
Title: MIPS Management Strategies for a Mobile World
Speaker: Spencer Hallman, SME, MIPS Management
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 4, 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. PST
Location: Issaquah A (Sheraton Seattle)
Title: COBOL V5 Migration Strategies
Speaker: Jim Liebert, SME, Developer Productivity
Date/Time: Friday, March 6, 2015: 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. PST
Location: Willow B (Sheraton Seattle)
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