Topic: open mainframe project

Zowe 1.0 released for the modern mainframe

The Open Mainframe Project has announced that after six months of development Zowe is now production ready. Zowe is an open-source mainframe framework that strengthens integrations with modern enterprise applications. By providing interoperability and offering new web technologies, Zowe is designed to enable developers to use familiar open-source tools to access mainframe resources and services. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Open Mainframe Project’s Zowe framework, Apple acquires AR company, and Google redesigns Wear OS notifications

The Open Mainframe Project wants to bridge the divide between modern apps and the mainframe with a new open-source software framework. Zowe is based on z/OS, an operating system for IBM mainframes. The framework is being worked on by Rocket Software, IBM and CA Technologies. “The Zowe mission is to enable delivery of such an … continue reading

LinuxCon: IncrediBuild for Linux and Android, Linux Foundation’s new collaborative projects, and IBM’s mainframe

IncrediBuild is looking to accelerate Android and Linux software development with its newly announced out-of-the-box suite. IncrediBuild for Linux and Android allows developers to visualize their build process without having to change their development toolchain or workflow. “We are very excited to be launching IncrediBuild for Linux and to provide Linux and Android developers with … continue reading

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