Application Life Cycle - FitzTechnologies

By: Fitz Software  09-12-2011
Keywords: mainframe, Test Data, Cost Allocation

for CICS is an interactive debugging, testing and monitoring program for CICS (under z/OS & z/ VSE) applications written in Assembler, PL/1, C and all versions of COBOL. ADS helps you to uncover hidden storage violations, coding errors and design flaws and you can ensure programs adhere to CICS standards before they go into production and rapidly track down even intermittent errors in existing applications. Even your most junior programmer can be a debugging expert in a day.

is a modern 3270 session manager for mainframes that gives all users secure, fast and convenient access to their applications. After logging on the user is presented with a menu of authorized applications and also gives the users Single Sign-On access. InterSession supports all current IBM mainframe operating systems (z/OS, VSE and VM), and all VTAM application host systems (i.e. CICS, TSO, IMS,..). The TN3270 support supports all current IBM TCP/IP stacks and TCPaccess from CA (Interlink Computer Sciences). InterSession comes with migration tools to help you migrate from old session managers such as Net/Master and TPX.  

  provides an IBM compatible HLASM and C++, C compiler which allow developers to offload a major part of their mainframe compiling (e.g. z/OS, zLinux, BS2000, TPF, Unix flavours, Windows, Linux.) without source modifications. These compilers allow you to compile, assemble and link locally on your workstation and create objects, which link on the mainframe.
Many major large scale software development companies now use Dignus to save hard dollars on machine upgrades and h u man resource costs while improving c ompile time dramatically.
Features:  XP link, CICS p re - processor, DB2 p re - processor, Local Linker, Direct call, IBM Compatible .

enables a programmer to generate consistently chained test data using SQL, even for non-relational datasets. Test data generator for integrated systems capturing your programs calls dynamically to DB2, IMS, VSAM & PS data structures.

 - Monitors all program and subprogram calls under z/OS. It covers all environments: batch, IMS/DC, CICS and other sub-systems. Using P-Tracker, one can focus in on usage of modules, datasets and products/licenses and determine the chained calls at sub-program level. One can quickly and easily identify products that are unused, under-used, duplicated or scattered. Automatically records every load module execution on the system, including sub-system level when required. A Load Module Analyser is also available to determine module attributes.

RACKER  - Delivers the necessary data in z/OS for cost allocation and capacity planning, providing the necessary tools in the evaluation, interpretation and presentation of this data.        

Keywords: Cost Allocation, mainframe, Test Data,

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