SHARE’s new education platform, SHARE’d Knowledge is an incredible resource for mainframe education and insight. This tool, available with SHARE’s new individual membership, allows members exclusive on-demand access to educational videos on many useful topics such as Zowe, z/OS Systems Programming, Hybrid cloud, and more. Any time, any place, individual members can view 100+ videos covering in-depth topics and solutions to relevant issues your IT industry may be facing. These videos come from a variety of sources such as SHARE conferences and your fellow SHARE members speaking about their experiences. Take a look at a few examples of videos this platform has to offer below.
Customer Success Stories Using Zowe to Make Their Mainframe IT Operations More Efficient
Above is an example of a SHARE’d Knowledge video. In this SHARE Atlanta 2023 presentation by Joseph Robert Winchester and Jakub Balhar, they cover customer testimonials and sources of material to give their audience information to take back and start being successful with Zowe and mainframe modernization.
I Didn't Know You Could Do That with a Managed File Transfer Solution
In this SHARE’d Knowledge video from SHARE New Orleans 2023, Speaker Austin Willoughby spoke on how to take advantage of Restful APIs, so you can automate and eliminate the management and support of routines created by those no longer in your organization. His talk covered how to integrate with cloud solutions, such as Kubernetes, and how to perform job and Meta transfers. He shared tips for all types of platforms, whether z/OS, Windows, Linux, UNIX and even VSE.
The RNI-Based LSPR and the Latest IBM Z Performance Brief
This video from SHARE New Orleans 2023 features speaker David Hutton. The SHARE’d Knowledge overview of his session is: With the introduction of z196 in 2010, the Large System Performance Reference (LSPR) was significantly enhanced to be based on a measure of a workload's intensity of use of a processor's memory hierarchy. Since then, the methodology has seen much validation and continues to be used up through the latest IBM Z processors. This session will discuss the theory behind the Relative Nest Intensity (RNI) metric and its basis in data gathered using CPU MF. Its application to capacity sizing will be illustrated by contrasting the performance of the latest IBM Z processors. Topics include processors, cache and memory topology, SMT, subcapacity models, and workload variability.
SHARE’d Knowledge gives your team the knowledge and valuable education from SHARE events and fellow SHARE experts at your fingertips. Tips, advice, trends, and industry tactics are all available in SHARE’d Knowledge, ready to help your company reach the next level. If you’d like to get involved and share your own expertise, view our article on how to submit a SHARE’d Knowledge video.
As you gear up to join us for SHARE’s winter event, SHARE Orlando, we’ve made it easy to access the benefits of individual membership. When registering for SHARE Orlando, with the click of a button, simply add the individual membership to your final checkout. You’ll receive SHARE Orlando registration and SHARE’d Knowledge access for a special discounted price of $179 (value $199). Don’t miss out on the excitement of attending SHARE Orlando in person and the convenience of viewing SHARE education videos on demand.
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