The latest technical blogs from the Triton team.
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 1
IDUG EMEA always provides interesting content. Whether it’s John Campbell’s greatest hits (INSERT ALGORITHM 2 disable / re-enable, enhanced dynamic workload placement in Connect 11.1 M4 FP4, real storage management fun), or our own Julian Stuhler (Cloudy With a Chance
Three is the Magic Number – Triton Trio to Present at IDUG EMEA 2017
We are delighted to announce that three members of the Triton Consulting team will be heading to Lisbon this year to present at Europe’s biggest and most prestigious DB2 technical conference, IDUG EMEA*. This year’s conference will take place at