February 12, 2019 10:06 am
Migrations can be risky, complex, and costly. Terma Software’s workload analytics solution can often correct inefficiencies in an existing job scheduling system without the need to go through a costly and risky migration. However, if the driving factors behind a conversion cannot be overcome, Terma's new Migration Program can reduce conversion costs, minimize risk, and provide a smooth transition.
February 6, 2019 12:14 pm
Terma Software recently developed an eBook with IBM Systems on how to predict major problems and optimize complex mainframe workloads. Fortune 1,000 companies, especially in the financial services industry, struggle to manage complex, mission-critical workloads. Without the proper controls and processes to prevent workload-related delays or stoppages, companies are at risk of jeopardizing business processes and, ultimately, their bottom lines.
September 20, 2018 2:30 pm
Traditional Analytics Traditional analytics (such as Google Analytics) are useful for understanding historical activity and performance. Unfortunately, this type...
August 23, 2018 1:21 pm
A couple years ago, a large U.S.-based bank with a complex workload environment decided to outsource their workload development efforts to an offshore service provider, while keeping their workload operations team in-house. Around the same time, the bank introduced a new stream of workload processing into their production environment. When a company adds new workload processes, this can often present a host of challenges for development and operations teams. Needless to say, several challenges ensued.
August 8, 2018 12:09 pm
Financial companies rely on sophisticated workload and analytic computing environments that integrate up-to-the-minute, if not up-to-the-second, information regarding the financial markets. This data is actually housed and managed through multiple workload software vendors such as IBM and CA, for example, and their associating platforms. Find out how Terma Software analyzes and monitors batch processing from the beginning of the workload to the end of the workload.