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Gain Control of IBM i Application Lifecycles: Stop Risking Business-Critical Systems

Real Time Analytics: A Case Study Webinar

Date: Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Time: 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET

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An InformationWeek and Dr. Dobbs Webcast


Attend to learn how organizations using IBM i as one of their platforms can learn how to:

  • Improve visibility, coordination, and control over your multi-platform development environments
  • Enable development, operations, release and IT management to coordinate and synchronize legacy systems with today’s development environments
  • Meet your audit requirements so you can stay compliant
  • Align with DevOps processes and best practices

Register for this webinar to hear how to enable development, operations and IT management to coordinate and synchronize legacy systems with today’s development environments, while managing releases in a compliant manner.

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