Application Discovery for IBM Z Connect for Mainframe 6.0.2
IBM Application Discovery for IBM Z Connect for Mainframe (IBM AD Connect for Mainframe) provides read-only access to mainframe resources needed to deliver information to IBM AD Build (which runs on Windows) to perform analysis. IBM AD Connect for Mainframe Listener waits on idle and acts only when a request comes in from the IBM AD Build. Once the requested output is sent successfully, it returns to the idle state. Examples of the types of queries made by IBM AD Connect for Mainframe Listener to deliver the requested types of information to IBM AD Build include: Mainframe Infrastructure, via operator commands. Batch Schedule Data from CA Workload Automation CA 7 or IBM Tivoli® Workload Scheduler via a job list command. Libraries, Members and Source Code from CA Endevor® (via Endevor API) or ChangeMan ZMF. Source Members from PDS Libraries and Data Files from VTOC. Db2 Information from SYSIBM tables including keys, triggers, packages, plans. CICS Information using DFHCSDUP including lists, files, maps, transactions. SMF Performance Data directly from a library. MQ Information using MQ commands including queue managers, queues and channels. Information from Adabas using Adabas utility. Information from Natural using Natural utility. Information from IMS.
- Category Data Management & Analysis, Integration and Process Automation Middleware (e.g., ESB & B2B), Other Development and Deployment
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- Platform SLES 15
- Hardware Architecture System z
- Certification SUSE "Ready" Verified