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Enterprise DevOps Series: GitHub for Mainframe Demo


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Sponsored by broadcom


With modern IDEs, Git and CI/CD pipelines, developing z/OS-based applications can be as productive and streamlined as any other platform. Join this session for a comprehensive demo and Q&A covering the use of GitHub tools with mainframe-native ones like Endevor to optimize productivity through automation.  A hybrid approach empowers next-gens without disrupting career mainframers whose workflows are optimized around traditional tools.  

It’s a ‘can’t miss’ session for:

  • Developer experience leaders
  • DevOps champions
  • Mainframe professionals
  • Architects and toolchain owners

The live demo will illustrate how opening the mainframe to modern DevOps tools reduces cycle times while facilitating hybrid, cross-platform applications.

Phil Holleran
Field CTO - GitHub
Field CTO - GitHub
Field CTO - GitHub
Field CTO - GitHub
Vaughn Marshall
Product Lead - Broadcom
Product Lead - Broadcom
Product Lead - Broadcom
Product Lead - Broadcom

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