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z/TPF Internship: z/TPF support for MongoDB
Tue June 15, 2021 04:48 PM
The z/TPF Development Lab is posting a series of educational videos originally recorded during our 2020 z/TPF Customer Internship. Featuring a number of topics spanning the product portfolio, our z/TPF Internship videos are an excellent entry point for new TPFers learning the operating system, as well as a thorough refresher for experienced practitioners. All videos will be collected in
the "z/TPF Internship" playlist
on our MediaCenter channel.
This video features a discussion of z/TPF support for MongoDB.
With z/TPF support for MongoDB, remote distributed platforms can access and update data in a z/TPF database by using the MongoDB query language.
In this video, you'll learn
high-level concepts about z/TPF support for MongoDB, guidance for getting started, descriptions of usage scenarios and user exits, and a brief quiz to help test your knowledge.
Once you've watched the video, you can access further information about z/TPF support for MongoDB
on IBM Documentation
. You can also access a copy of this presentation from
our IBM Community Library
If you have questions about the function or want to discuss use cases, leave a comment on this post.
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