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Join our updated IBM Z DevOps Communities!

By Claire Nelson posted Wed June 16, 2021 04:54 PM


Our Z team over the past year has worked hard to make IBM Communities a place where we can all collaborate together, learn from one another, share knowledge, and ask questions. Recently, we updated our Z DevOps communities to
make your digital experience simpler, more intuitive, and more navigable by consolidating our Z DevOps communities into five, solution-oriented groups. They are as follows: 

  1. Application Insights - where you can learn how to accelerate your organization's digital transformation with application insights that increase productivity and reduce risk. You can find content on IBM Application Discovery and Delivery Intelligence (ADDI) and IBM Wazi Analyze here.
  2. Automated Testing - where you can learn how to build an automated testing process to enable continuous integration of your hybrid cloud applications running on z/OS. You can find content on IBM Z Virtual Test Platform (Z VTP) and IBM Z Development and Test (ZD&T) here.
  3. Cloud Native Development - where you can interact with experts to learn how to develop hybrid applications that span IBM Z and multi cloud platforms using a standard DevOps toolchain. You can find content on IBM Wazi Developer for Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces here.
  4. Development and Pipeline - where you can connect with others to discuss efficiently creating and maintaining z/OS applications. You can find content on IBM Application Delivery Foundation for z/OS (ADFz), which includes IBM Developer for z/OS (IDz), IBM Developer for z/OS Enterprise Edition (IDzEE), IBM Debugger for z/OS, IBM Dependency Based Build (DBB), IBM Application Performance Analyzer (APA), IBM Fault Analyzer (FA), IBM File Manager (FM), and IBM Explorer for z/OS.
  5. DevOps Solutions - where you can learn about all Z DevOps offerings and solutions.

We recommend joining all 5 communities to discover new and different content
, to learn about the latest announcements and upcoming events and to participate in discussions with colleagues and subject matter experts. Explore, learn, and engage!