Details about SHARE Ft. Worth

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Feb 25 2020
  • Time: 3:25 pm - 5:00 pm

Date

Feb 25 2020

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CST
12:25 pm - 2:00 pm

VirtualZ to Demonstrate Mainframe Cost Reduction, Cloud and Optimization Technology at SHARE Ft. Worth

VirtualZ executives, Mark Wilson of RSM and Alan Bain with ISAM will be on-hand to demonstrate and discuss VirtualZ’s innovative software to reduce mainframe software license fees on-premise, in public, private or hybrid mainframe clouds during the company’s Lunch and Learn technical presentation. VirtualZ pioneered zWaaS™– Z Workload as a Service enabling Cloud Redirection software. zWaaS™ is a new paradigm for automated mainframe optimization that allows you to dynamically redirect individual eligible products to the cloud while reducing costs for your IBM Z COBOL, C++ and other compilers, File- AID, ChangeMan and batch-oriented products.

Lunch and Learn is Tuesday, February 25, 12:25 PM  /  Room 201B

Join VirtualZ Founder/CEO Jeanne Glass, Co-Founder/CTO Vince Re, Strategic Advisor Mark Combs, RSM Executive Director Mark Wilson and Alan Bain Vice President of Delivery, ISAM.

Presentation: Automatically and Dynamically Move Mainframe Workloads to Mainframe Clouds and Reduce Software Licensing Fees

zWaaS™ IBM Z® Workload as a Service to reduce software license fees

Are you paying too much for your IBM Z COBOL, C++ and other compilers, File- AID, ChangeMan
and batch-oriented products? With VirtualZ, easily consolidate licenses in your data center or in
mainframe clouds for a savings of 50% or more.

Join us to learn how to select a granular unit of mainframe workload—based upon a policy or rule
set—and dynamically redirect to a private, public or hybrid cloud. Use cloud resources to execute
z/OS* workloads to reduce software license fees.

Learn how to:

  • Dynamically redirect batch and less data-intensive products to the cloud
  • Redirect eligible products in an automated, incremental, controllable way
  • License mainframe products in a SaaS model

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