Java Workloads in CICS Transaction Server
This IBM® Redbooks® publication introduces the System z® New Application License Charge (zNALC) pricing structure and examples of zNALC workload scenarios which is the focus of this book. This book describes the products that can be run on a zNALC LPAR and reasons why one would consider such an implementation.
This book provides an introduction to the WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile, its ability to host applications within a CICS environment, and how it will interact with CICS applications and resources. In addition, it describes the security technologies that are available to applications that are hosted within a WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile in CICS.
This book describes how to implement the modernization of presentation in CICS with CICS Liberty and share scenarios to develop CICS Liberty applications to gain the benefit from IBM CICS Transaction Server for z/OS Value Unit Edition.
This book discusses some general considerations when using mobile devices to interact with CICS applications and explains specific CICS technologies for connecting mobile devices using IBM CICS Transaction Server for z/OS Value Unit Edition.
This book introduces the concept of decision management and describes how IBM Operational Decision Manager for z/OS can run inside CICS Transaction Server for z/OS to provide decision management for CICS COBOL and PL/I applications.
This book discusses the CICS Transaction Server for z/OS (CICS TS) Feature Pack for Modern Batch. This capability can be installed into CICS TS V4.2 or higher and enables the WebSphere Batch Environment to schedule and manage batch applications in CICS.
Table of contents
Part 1 – Considering new workloads on the mainframe
Chapter 1: Mainframe workload pricing – overview
Part 2 - Liberty and CICS
Chapter 2: Overview of WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile in CICS
Chapter 3: Modernization of presentation
Chapter 4: Consolidating applications in CICS Liberty
Part 3 - Mobile
Chapter 5: Overview of connecting mobile devices to CICS
Chapter 6: Mobile devices and CICS Liberty
Chapter 7: Mobile devices and CICS Java
Part 4 - IBM Operational Decision Manager
Chapter 8: Understanding Decision Management in CICS
Chapter 9: Implementing Decision Management in CICS
Part 5 - Modern Batch
Chapter 10: Modern Batch
Chapter 11: Modern Batch Scenario
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