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Converting Adabas to IBM DB2 for z/OS with ConsistADS

Downloaded 106 times last month. Published 13 Jan 2015, last updated 12 Jun 2015

Apache Spark for the Enterprise: Setting the Business Free

Downloaded 106 times last month. Published 9 Feb 2016, last updated 9 Feb 2016

The Virtualization Cookbook for IBM z Systems Volume 3: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12

Downloaded 102 times last month. Published 13 Oct 2015, last updated 6 May 2016

Flexible Decision Management with Business Rules on IBM z Systems

Downloaded 89 times last month. Published 26 Jun 2015

Secure Hybrid Cloud Connectivity with IBM Bluemix and z Systems

Downloaded 86 times last month. Published 24 Jul 2015, last updated 21 Aug 2015

CICS and DevOps: What You Need to Know

Downloaded 86 times last month. Published 12 Jan 2016

z/OS PKI Services: Quick Set-up for Multiple CAs

Downloaded 81 times last month. Published 20 Sep 2016, last updated 20 Jan 2017

ARCHIVED: Pooled JVM in CICS Transaction Server V3

Downloaded 80 times last month. Published 17 Jun 2015

IBM CICS Interdependency Analyzer

Downloaded 74 times last month. Published 8 Dec 2015

Managing Ever-Increasing Amounts of Data with IBM DB2 for z/OS: Using Temporal Data Management, Archive Transparency, and the DB2 Analytics Accelerator

Downloaded 69 times last month. Published 25 Sep 2015, last updated 20 Oct 2015

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