Five Minute Briefing - Data Center
October 14, 2019
Five Minute Briefing - Data Center: October 14, 2019. Published in conjunction with SHARE Inc., a bi-weekly report geared to the needs of data center professionals.
Compuware has announced enhancements to Topaz for Total Test, which provides unit, functional, integration, and regression testing, enabling application leaders to adopt a "shift left" approach to testing to improve application quality and development velocity and efficiency. Compuware is also announcing a partnership with OpenLegacy.
IBM has introduced a new integrated supply chain suite, embedded with Watson AI and IBM Blockchain and open to developers, to help organizations make their supply chains smarter, more efficient and better able to make decisions to adjust to disruptions and opportunities in an era when globalization has made supplier networks more complex and vulnerable than ever.
Rocket Software, a global technology provider that develops enterprise modernization and optimization solutions for Fortune 500 companies and government agencies, has announced the acquisition of RSD SA, based in Geneva, Switzerland. Adding to its more than 50 acquisitions since 1990, Rocket says the acquisition of RSD demonstrates its ongoing commitment to acquire, invest in, or partner with other companies to help ensure a vibrant mainframe ecosystem for decades to come.
Syncsort, the provider o of big iron to big data software, is making enhancements to Ironstream for ServiceNow that enable IT to integrate mainframe and IBM i environments into ServiceNow Event Management. The new capabilities build upon Ironstream support for ServiceNow Discovery to help increase IT productivity, proactively eliminate service outages, and quickly resolve critical issues across the enterprise, delivering even greater value for customers with the cloud-based Now Platform.
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