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Host Presentation - IMS UG October 2012 San Ramon

  1. 1. IMS Regional User GroupsSF / San Ramon, October 18, 2012 Catherine Cox IMS RUG Advocate SF / San Ramon IBM Silicon Valley Lab © 2012 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. Today’s Agenda• Welcome and Introductions• Using IMS to Build a Smarter Cloud, by Ken Blackman• Simplifying Dynamic Resource Definition: A Basic Approach with Best Practices, by Angie Greenhaw• Lunch• OSAM – The Healthy Alternative to VSAM, by Charles Jones• Continued Modernization of IMS Administration, by Chris Holtz © 2012 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. Conferences in 2012 - 2013 33 technical sessions Hands-on Labs CustomerAppreciation Dinner IOD CAC February 3 - 8, 2013 2013 2013 4/28 – 5/3 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  4. 4. Free IMS Lab-driven Customer Workshops • IMS Business Value Assessment – Business and architectural review of IMS subsystem and applications with the goal of helping customers get more value out of their IMS investment • IMS Database Workshop – Hands-on workshop for application developers to learn about and test drive the latest advances in IMS database technology • IMS SOA Workshop – Hands-on workshop for application developers to learn about IMS SOA capabilities that help you service-enable and reuse IMS assets (data and business logic), and save money! • IMS Cobol, JAVA, and PLI Application Development Workshops – Hands-on workshop for application developers to test drive the latest tools that accelerate and simplify IMS application development; available for COBOL, PLI, and JAVA developers Want to know more? Ask Laura Hunsinger © 2012 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. New IMS Customer Internship Program• Located at IBM Silicon Valley Lab in San Jose, California – home of IMS Development• Help you to quickly grow IMS skills• First class is scheduled for 2Q 2012• Class is limited to <10 participants for focused attention• 2-month minimal duration, possibility to extend• Customers will work on real projects tailored to their job responsibilities: AD, DBA, SysProg• Formal and informal classes will be taught by IMS engineers Interested? Contact Steve Zozaya - © 2012 IBM Corporation
  6. 6. IMS ISV Community © 2012 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. Become Part of Our Community! © 2012 IBM Corporation
  8. 8. IMS 12 General Availability• IMS 12 became generally available on October 28, 2011 – Enterprise Suite 2.1• Quality Partnership Program highly successful – 14 external customers, 26 vendors – 5 customers were in production before GA; one was in production more than 100 days before GA © 2012 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. IMS 12 - Extras Phoenix, Dallas, Columbus, Detroit, Charlotte, Boston, Hartford, Toronto, NYC, Springfield, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, San Francisco © 2012 IBM Corporation
  10. 10. IMS Enterprise Suite 2.2• IMS ES SOAP Gateway• IMS ES Connect APIs for Java and C• IMS ES Explorer for Development• IMS TM Resource Adapter• IMS Web 2.0 solutions © 2012 IBM Corporation
  11. 11. Revolutionize your IMS with zEC12! Most secure system with 99.999% reliability Optimized data serving with largest cache in the industry IMS 12 on zEC12 provides Leadership in performance with middleware and superlative Security, Compliance, 5.5GHz processor chip. Performance, Efficiency, and Ability to process terabytes of data to provide valuable output Industrial-Strength Transaction and Millions of transactions per day with less than 1 Database management second response Faster problem determination with IBM zAware for improved availability Additional gains include: Java exploitation of Transactional Execution for XML hardware acceleration; streamline and increased parallelism and scalability secure valuable SOA applications with IBM A 31% improvement to PL/I-based CPU intensive WebSphere DataPower applications based on NEW Enterprise PL/I for z/OS Centrally monitored, controlled and and Updated C/C++ compilers automated operations across heterogeneous Increased Performance through Flash Express environments with IBM Tivoli Omegamon and pageable large pages via z/OS 1.13 exploitation IMS 12 on zEC12 shows a 30% improvement in transaction rate © 2012 IBM Corporation
  12. 12. Get more out of your middleware investmentsIBM C/C++, COBOL and PL/I Compilers for z/OS Optimize Simplify development Tune application with compiler support for performance by taking the latest IMS, CICS, and advantage of the latest IMS, DB2 features; Offload PL/I CICS, and DB2 on System and COBOL XML z196 and z114 hardware processing to zAAP specialty engine IMS Increase Application Performance Reduce Costs DB2 CICS Capitalize on existing Investments Build New Applications Faster New Compilers offer strong Enterprise COBOL and integration with IMS, CICS, PL/I for z/OS offer low and DB2, as well as risk upgrade paths from modern development tools, older versions of providing a high Questions? productivity environment for compilers and Contact Melanie Steckham middleware developing business critical applications12 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  13. 13. Extend your IMS data to the rest of the enterprise• Synchronize mission-critical IMS data with InfoSphere Classic Change Data Capture for z/OS Extension of InfoSphere Change Data Capture to support replication from IMS Primary Site Efficient capture & delivery of IMS data to local or remote DBMS, message queues, flat files, and ETL tools Optimize processor utilization by only sending data changes which eliminates massive batch movements IMS Extend application availability by shortening batch windows by streaming changes as they occur Deliver up-to-date data for business analytics by distributing data across multiple systems or between central and satellite systems Replication• Increase the availability of IMS data with InfoSphere IMS Replication for z/OS Efficient capture & delivery of IMS data to a local or remote IMS copy Synchronize data centres for continuous availability, business continuity, disaster recovery IMS or other DBMS When combined with IBM monitoring and workload management software, provides a hot standby site at unlimited distances with a recovery time in seconds to minutes Secondary Site Learn more at the product webpage © 2012 IBM Corporation
  14. 14. Questions? © 2012 IBM Corporation