IBM was the first major computer power to embrace Linux. Now, decades later, they along with their partners, CA Technologies and Rocket Software, have announced Zowe, a new open-source software framework that bridges the divide between modern applications and the mainframe, at Open Source Summit in Vancouver, Canada.
Zowe is meant to provide interoperability and scalability between products. It’s also, IBM states, the first z/OS, the IBM mainframe operating system, open-source program.
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