Join us for a discussion with John Mertic from the Linux Foundation’s Open Mainframe Project. The open source movement has rapidly become the way code is being developed for today’s smart and agile businesses. The Open Mainframe Project is at the forefront of this movement by being the project that supports and launches new open source initiatives that play an integral role in making mainframes modern to meet today’s business needs. Join us for a discussion with John Mertic from the Linux Foundation’s Open Mainframe Project.
Currently, the Open Mainframe Project has nine projects including Anomaly Detection Engine for Linux Logs (ADE), Atom language syntax highlighting for z/VM, Feilong, TerseDecompress, Zorow, and Zowe, with many more gearing up for launch in 2020.
Links mentioned in this episode:
Open Mainframe project: https://www.openmainframeproject.org/
Mentorship program: https://www.openmainframeproject.org/projects/mentorship-program
IBM LinuxOne: https://www.ibm.com/it-infrastructure/linuxone
I am a Mainframer project: https://www.openmainframeproject.org/news/podcast
Open Mainframe Slack: https://slack.openmainframeproject.org/
Zowe project: https://www.zowe.org/
Open Mainframe Summit, September 16-17 in NYC: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-mainframe-summit/
The inaugural Open Mainframe Summit will bring together all of the different types of mainframers — from students to hobbyists, seasoned professionals to new engineers, developers and educators — to share best practices, discuss hot topics, learn technical insights from the best, and network with like-minded individuals who are passionate about the mainframe industry.