IBM zSystems Tech Bytes Series

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Starts:  Oct 4, 2022 11:00 AM (ET)
Ends:  Nov 3, 2022 03:00 PM (ET)
Associated with  New to IBM Z

Every Tuesday and Thursday a new session for you, add to your calendar!

In depth technical series for mainframe professionals offered by members of the IBM Washington Systems Center.  Technical sessions will center around IBM Z hardware, z/OS, Hybrid Cloud, and AI on the IBM Z platforms to help IT Professionals implement the newest technology.  Four sessions each week of the series, twice a day each on Tuesday and Thursday.


Who we are: 

The IBM Washington Systems Center (WSC) is IBM’s premiere center of technical competency focused on IBM zSystems.  The WSC works with customers to find technical solutions to business problems with the full IBM Z portfolio.

What is coming*:

  • The Future of the Internet: IPv6
  • Db2 for z/OS: REST and Hybrid Cloud
  • Cloud Native DevSecOps on IBM LinuxONE powered by OpenShift
  • Securing Digital Assets on IBM LinuxONE with Secure Execution and IBM Cloud Hyper Protect Crypto Services
  • Getting Started with IBM Cloud Hyper Protect Virtual Server for IBM Cloud Virtual Private Cloud
  • Running Instana monitoring with Oracle databases on IBM zSystems
  • Db2 13 for z/OS Highlights
  • How to Measure Those New IBM z16 Capabilities
  • WSC Hot Topics
  • CP3K Extract: How To Do It and Why You Want To
  • Multi-architecture Application Deployment on OpenShift with RHACM and GitOps 
  • AIOps with OpenShift on IBM zSystems
  • Databases on LinuxONE
  • Ansible-Automated OpenShift Provisioning on KVM on IBM zSystems
  • Delivering AI on IBM z16 using Cloud Pak for Data, Db2 Data Gate, and Watson Machine Learning for z/OS
  • Introducing CICS Transaction Server V6.1
  • What does a modern CICS application look like?
  • What's New in IBM MQ V9.3
  • IBM z Security Compliance Center Introduction
  • Operational Best Practices for IMS Availability
  • z16 Technical Overview  
  • Demystifying the IBM z16 Hardware

* topics are subject to change