Sophie Green

  • CICS Sessions: Room K second floor

    Session Evaluation

    CICS Explorer is a desktop application for interacting with CICS TS. Come and hear about the latest features being delivered via our continuous delivery, such as extended security support. Get a sneak preview of what's coming up in future CICS Explorer releases with a review of CICS Explorer 5.5 Open Beta, with improved support for system management data.

  • CICS Sessions: Room K second floor

    Session Evaluation

    Bring your laptop to this session and learn how you can extract maximum value from some of the new features in CICS.  You will see this by actually running them on your own laptop with a gust ID to the zTrial program.  You will be able to see Node-JS with CICS,Create a Java web project.include the web project in a CICS bundle, export it to zFS and create and install the CICS bundle into CICS and test the Java web project in a browser.  Create efficient and scalable RESTful APIs for mobile and cloud applications securely from your business critical applications residing on the mainframe. including exposing a CICS COBOL program as a RESTful API, expose an IMS application as a RESTful API, calling a REST API from a COBOL Application.  Limited laps top will be available, but please bring your own if you can.

  • CICS Sessions: Room K second floor

    Session Evaluation

    JavaScript is the most popular language for authoring dynamic and interactive content in web browsers, and the Node.js runtime allows developers to use JavaScript in a server environment. This session explores and demonstrates how CICS is adding support for Node.js applications and how it interacts with your mainframe applications and data

     

     

  • Extra Sessions: Room J 2nd floor
  • Extra Sessions: Room J 2nd floor

    Session Evaluation

    Abstract 

    Writing code is not that complicated. But what will change, if you want to run it on a mainframe? In this session you will learn:
    - what languages and interfaces you can use

    - what runtime environments you will encounter
    - how typical development will look like (spoiler: it can be everything from terminal screens, over eclipse to LSP-based editors)
    - how your life as developer might differ from your coding experience today
    Some stuff might be new to you, like Cobol, CICS, IMS, ISPF, some you may know from your studies, like Swift, Node.js, Git, Jenkins, Waterfall model (yeah, still around), DevOps and many more.