Their CEO, Chris OMalley, considered “critical that enterprises empower their next generation of developers with a string of tools DevOps integrated and inclusive with the mainframe”.

Compuware has done to start the year a triple announcement that have to do with innovation in mainframe.

on the one hand, has introduced improvements in its tool Topaz, including new editing experience for COBOL, PL/I and JCL, check syntax of COBOL and PL/I and native integration with Eclipse. With the changes introduced by developers with little experience should also be able to get results.

In the second place, Compuware has joined the Partner Program of the Technical Alliance (TAPP) CloudBees for independent software vendors that align offerings with community Jenkins. Compuware will participate as a member premier for integrations between Compuware ISPW, Topaz and Xpediter and CloudBees Core, as well as with CloudBess Flow. This is supposed to include mainframe in chains of tools, DevOps, cross-platform.

finally, the company has made its sixth acquisition in three years.

Has bought INNOVATION Data Processing, specializing in data protection, business continuity and management solutions storage resource.

“At the time that the world has become more competitive, digitally, the work of the developers mainframe it is now pushed by the demand in constant evolution of innovative products and services. Therefore, it is critical that enterprises empower their next generation of developers with a string of tools DevOps integrated and inclusive with the mainframe so that they can work with media Agile, and meet the expectations of the customers”, has declared about this new Chris OMalley, CEO of Compuware.