Batch Modernization on z/OS

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Published on 26 July 2012

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ISBN-10: 0738436968
ISBN-13: 9780738436968
IBM Form #: SG24-7779-01


Authors: Mike Ebbers, Elsie Ramos, Snehal Antani, Patrick Bruinsma, Manuel Mueller, Martin Packer, Christian Strauer, Sridhar Sudarsan, Susann Thomas, Andreas Wagner and Janet Wall

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    Abstract

    Mainframe computers play a central role in the daily operations of many of the world's largest corporations, and batch processing is a fundamental part of the workloads that run on the mainframe. A large portion of the workload on IBM® z/OS® systems is processed in batch mode. Although several IBM Redbooks® publications discuss application modernization on the IBM z/OS platform, this book specifically addresses batch processing in detail.

    Many different technologies are available in a batch environment on z/OS systems. This book demonstrates these technologies and shows how the z/OS system offers a sophisticated environment for batch. In this practical book, we discuss a variety of themes that are of importance for batch workloads on z/OS systems and offer examples that you can try on your own system.

    The audience for this book includes IT architects and application developers, with a focus on batch processing on the z/OS platform.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Executive overview of batch modernization on z/OS

    Part 1. Overview of batch processing

    Chapter 2. Introduction to batch modernization on z/OS

    Chapter 3. Bulk processing reference architecture

    Part 2. Serving new functional requirements in z/OS batch

    Chapter 4. Implement new functionality using traditional languages

    Chapter 5. Introduction to Java on z/OS

    Chapter 6. Implement new functionality using Java in traditional containers

    Chapter 7. Implement new functionality using stand-alone Java

    Chapter 8. Implement new functionality using Java in WebSphere XD Compute Grid

    Chapter 9. Implement new functionality using PHP on z/OS

    Chapter 10. Summary of new functional requirements in z/OS batch

    Chapter 11. Batch environment enhancements in z/OS V1R13

    Part 3. Implement agile batch

    Chapter 12. Create agile batch by optimizing theInformation Management architecture

    Chapter 13. Create agile batch by optimizing DB2 access

    Chapter 14. Create agile batch by implementing trigger mechanisms

    Part 4. Improve batch efficiency

    Chapter 15. Approaches and techniques to reduce the batch window

    Chapter 16. Increasing concurrency by exploiting BatchPipes

    Chapter 17. Batch application design and patterns in WebSphere XDCompute Grid

    Chapter 18. Java performance best practices

    Chapter 19. Increasing batch efficiency by using performance instrumentation

    Part 5. Reduce batch complexity

    Chapter 20. Reduce batch complexity using a Business Rules ManagementSystem

    Chapter 21. Reduce batch complexity using middleware for transformation logic

    Chapter 22. Reduce batch complexity by eliminating custom file transfer logic

    Chapter 23. Reduce complexity by exploiting DFSORT / ICETOOL

    Part 6. Appendixes

    Appendix A. DB2 configuration

    Appendix B. Source code

    Appendix C. Additional material

     

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