TXSeries for Multiplatforms details
TXSeries for Multiplatforms V9.2 Open Beta
TXSeries for Multiplatforms V9.2 open beta offering accelerates the journey towards digital transformation by allowing the deployment of COBOL and C applications on container-as-a-service platforms, by using Docker technology.
Distributed transaction management capabilities
Create and maintain applications on a robust, scalable and secure platform for business applications with two-phase commit support for XA-compliant databases and resource managers across TXSeries® systems. Support for Linux® on x86, AIX®, HP UX, Solaris and Microsoft Windows™ architecture is built in to the platform.
Leverage workload management, availability and performance features that increase efficiency and support business growth. TXSeries for Multiplatforms provides horizontal and vertical scalability and flexibility when making routing decisions, and offers simplified configuration, statistics, install verification program sample, and improved health monitoring. And TXSeries for Multiplatforms includes IBM WebSphere® Liberty profile as a backbone for web-based infrastructure for improved scalability.
Manage and monitor to streamline administrative actions
Leverage near real-time monitoring capability using IBM Tivoli® Monitoring infrastructure to monitor entire TXSeries deployments from a single Tivoli Enterprise Portal. This simplifies administration on UNIX® platforms by allowing non-root users to perform TXSeries administrative tasks. The administration console is web-based for ease of administration, configuration and monitoring.
Interoperability with CICS and non-CICS systems
Take advantage of external access protocols, like ECI and EPI, that are enabled by IBM CICS® Transaction Gateway (CICS TG). TXSeries for Multiplatforms integrates across clients and other CICS regions using TCP/IP protocol and provides support for both IPv4 and IPv6, allowing TXSeries to interoperate with clients and other CICS systems over IPv4 and IPv6-enabled networks.
Extensive diagnostic support
You can detect suspected hangs and automatically collect documents with built-in serviceability capabilities for problem determination and remediation. Monitor and collect the CICS IPC and SARPCD artifacts to monitor memory usage and plan system resources. Support for CACQ transaction and related APIs help you acquire, check and release the status of IPIC connections. and the diagnostic information collection utility extends to all TXSeries supported platforms.
Exposes applications as RESTful APIs
Enable your clients to participate in the API Economy by exposing their existing applications as RESTful APIs. TXSeries for Multiplatforms adheres to the Open API specification and allows auto generation of Swagger documents on the creation of those APIs. And TXSeries for Multiplatforms integrates with IBM API Connect™ to provide discovery and monitoring facilities.