The IBM Unified Management Server and Db2 for z/OS

This is the third article of a four-part series addressing Db2 for z/OS and modern development utilizing an Agile methodology and DevOps processes. To read the first two articles please follow these links:

https://community.ibm.com/community/user/hybriddatamanagement/blogs/daniel-luksetich/2021/06/21/traditional-db2-development-vs-modern-development

https://community.ibm.com/community/user/hybriddatamanagement/blogs/daniel-luksetich/2021/08/09/devops-and-modern-it-defined

There has undoubtedly been substantial confusion concerning the various IBM software products that provide mainframe connectivity for web applications, what they do, what they cost, and what needs are they trying to serve. These include, but are not limited to; z/OSMF, z/OS Connect, Zowe (not IBM software, but open-source software that runs on z/OS), CICS Transaction Gateway, and now The IBM Unified Management Server for z/OS. Are all these servers related? No, they are not! Can some of the functionality of these servers overlap? Perhaps, but that is not the focus here. The question to be answered is what is the IBM Unified Management Server (UMS) and what benefits can be derived from installing it on a z/OS system?

To read the entire article follow this link:

https://community.ibm.com/community/user/hybriddatamanagement/blogs/daniel-luksetich/2021/09/14/the-ibm-unified-management-server-and-db2-for-zos

 

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