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By James Gill

Introduction

A long time ago (in a galaxy far, far away), I began this series with the intention of blogging about using Jenkins to orchestrate some tasks on z/OS. I did an introduction to Jenkins and one on groovy pipelines

 

In this blog post, we’re going to look at what we need to do to run a Jenkins node on z/OS. It should be noted that this runs as a process in USS, and we’re going to assume that you’re comfortable there. In many ways, this is a regular Posix Unix environment, albeit with extensions to reflect the fact that we’re running as part of z/OS.

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In part one of this blog James Cockayne looked at what might happen to a DB2 database that was attacked by ransomware encryption.  

In part two James shares four dos and four don’ts to help protect DB2 databases from ransomware attacks.

https://www.triton.co.uk/ransomware-and-the-db2-database-part-two/

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