The latest technical blogs from the Triton team.
Table Partitioning: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Table (or Range) Partitioning has been around since V9.7. It’s a canny option and a useful tool from both a performance and a data archiving point of view, but we do occasionally see it mis-managed and then it can be
Jenkins and z/OS
Introduction DevOps has been a driving force in accelerated development delivery and improved quality outcomes for a few years now. Our mid-range colleagues have been championing this approach for a while, and there’s lots of good reasons why the mainframe
Using ansible to Setup Port Forwarding
Introduction In its simplest form, ansible is a Python derived automation scripting tool, commonly used to install, configure and manage servers and services. It has a huge collection of modules available out of the box to support management of a
What Happens When You Miss a ++HOLD DEP?
This is the sort of thing that I feel quite strongly about when I’m talking to customers, so there is a level of irony that rushing an RSU installation has proved to be so very instructive! The background to this
IDUG EMEA Malta 2018 – Day 3
After the usual hair-raising drive from the airport to the Intercontinental Hotel on Sunday, it was time to catch up with some old friends and colleagues. I was lucky enough to bump into an old mate; Tony Poole, who’s Director