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Upcoming Events and Webinars
Agile COBOL Development in the Age of Digital Transformation
Sponsored by GT Software
Presented by Walter Sweat
COBOL has been around for half a century and it is still the best development and deployment platform for business computing. And with the plethora of development environments available to COBOL today, your teams can handle the same functionalities that are handled by other languages equally as well. NetCOBOL for .NET is a classic example of tying in what has worked with what can be, offering access to IBM COBOL LE Services while at the same time...
Automated Performance Modeling for IoT Systems
Presented by Dr. Connie U. Smith & Amy Spellmann
As the Internet of Things becomes increasingly more utilized, a mainstay for IT, developers and architects are seeing how very different these infrastructures are from any other cloud based or virtual application. As software performance engineering professionals, we know the constraints, effort and objections to building design-stage models, but now is the time for embedding SPE in the development lifecycle. With IoT come architectural and design decisions regarding data analysis and storage, security and encryption, best processing placement: at the edge vs. the core vs. the cloud and...
Most Recent Posts
Performance management is one of the key focus of any platform. A system may have several resources (CPU, I/O, storage, network etc.) that collectively work together to process a mission critical workloads. To assess overall health of the system, mainframe system...read more
Part-2 In continuation to my previous blog title ‘Dealing with Performance Challenges of Load Burst scenarios’, I would like to share few thoughts around how to deal with performance challenges of Load Burst situation in this blog. Let’s start with figuring out if...read more
I had the opportunity to attend the Collision Conference which was held in New Orleans the first week of May. This tech conference, which is a spinoff of the annual WebSummit conference, has been growing each year since its inception just 4 years ago and this year was...read more
CMG Journal is Back
After a two year hiatus, CMG is pleased to announce the return of CMG’s flagship publication, the CMG Journal. The new and improved CMG Journal will be making its debut in March with a first ever, and very special “Best of CMG” Journal. This special issue will contain five of the best papers from among the CMG International Conference Best Paper winners, and Mullen winners from the past several years. The CMG Journal will be published quarterly, and we are looking for high quality papers to include in future issues starting with June 2017. Former CMG Publications Director and longtime CMG Journal editor Steve Guendert is returning as lead editor. Please submit ideas/paper abstracts and actual papers for consideration to [email protected].
The CMG Journal homepage is located here.