Large Systems Have Small Windows for Maintenance
The archives of our own memories are imperfect. But the archive of Appulse stores everything we need to know. Then it uses that stored knowledge to learn more and to make it easier to solve the next problem. So, what would you do with a smarter memory, and some extra time?
Upstream vs. Downstream Applications in the Field
Today, we are taking a closer look at applications. Specifically, we are looking at the following question: what is an upstream application; and what is a downstream application. Moreover, we are examining the difference between an upstream application vs. a downstream application and how to resolve issues efficiently for both.
A Message of Gratitude from Our IBA Group Team
This week, we are so excited to be celebrating Thanksgiving with our US clients and friends. Even though this year has been full of challenges and circumstances no one could anticipate, we feel honored to be able to take a moment to come together to acknowledge the gratitude we have for all of our partners and clients.
Banking Services Can’t Stop: How Appulse Keeps Essential Businesses Running Even When Team Members Travel
The amount of time that critical applications can be turned off is extremely limited. Otherwise, we run the risk of essential businesses like banks suffering shutdowns that impact countless individuals, other businesses, and the overall market.
Developers Learn from Appulse and Appulse Learns from Developers
From a developer point of view, the best way to understand the relationship between the developer and Appulse, is one of mutual learning and collaborative solution-making. It is able to learn, to respond, and to resolve enterprise-wide operational issues efficiently and effectively.
Black Box vs. White Box Approaches: How to Understand Appulse for Mainframe
We like to describe Appulse as a problem solver. Large enterprises face the challenge of legacy issues when their businesses run on mainframe.
Resolve Legacy System Challenges with Knowledge Transfer
Today, we are taking a deeper dive into how important knowledge transfer is when working with a variety of applications on mainframe.
DevOps Mainframe Lifecycle: Efficiency, Automation, and Innovation
We have been exploring the many ways in which DevOps improves mainframe lifecycle. Find out why we consider DevOps a time saver, efficiency booster, and a quality improver.
Bringing DevOps to Mainframe Application Development: A Real-World Story
How the mainframe application development team transformed the way they develop, test, and deploy applications. Major challenges mainframe teams faced during DevOps adoption and how we helped to handle it.
DevOps Takes the Sting Out of Old School Mainframe Stresses
Sometimes, mainframes feel like the dinosaurs the next generation of developers and engineers joke that they are. But in truth, with the right solutions, mainframes can run smarter and more efficiently.
The Soft Skills You Need To Work in DevOps
DevOps refers to Development Operations. It is a combined set of software development practices that bring together the development of software with IT operations. The aim is to improve the systems development environment so the software lifecycle can be shorter – it’s bringing software development closer to the business that it serves.
Rethinking DevOps To Create A More Efficient Delivery Environment
People often talk of apps as something new – an area of IT development that has only been around since smartphones became commonly used, but that’s not right. At IBA Group we have been developing apps for over 25 years.
Why Should I Be Thinking About DevOps?
What is DevOps? If you don’t directly work on the development of IT systems then this might be a strange concept, but for any executive who needs to purchase new technology systems, or modify existing ones, this is an important concept to be aware of.