IT professionals are continually asked to deliver more function with fewer resources in a shorter time. Transformation can be difficult in IBM® System z® shops, where major requirements are a challenge to implement quickly, testing cycles tend to be long and fixed, and the risk of change is high. Many shops are exploring modern development practices and delivery techniques to support these demands.
Test environments also rely on efficient and high-performing middleware. Older versions of compilers can limit application throughput and may also increase maintenance and development costs. Are your teams getting the most out of the latest improvements?
Join us for a complimentary webcast on September 26, 2012, 11 AM, EDT (4:00 p.m. BST / 3:00 p.m. UTC). You’ll learn how to use IBM Rational® Developer and Test Environment to implement changes such as adopting agile mainframe development practices, creating an isolated version-to-version test environment, and investigating a continuous integration process. We’ll show you how to exploit the latest advancements in IBM z/OS® XL C/C++, Enterprise COBOL, and Enterprise PL/I compilers to help improve programmer productivity, enhance application performance, and get a better return on investment.
You’ll also learn what’s coming soon in compilers to help optimize your testing and production environments, and participate in a live question-and-answer session.
Register now by visiting http://ibm.co/nextgen-ea-webcast. You will be able to access the webcast replay through this link, as well.
We look forward to chatting with you then.