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Once a month we like to pick blog articles from other sources that we feel are interesting enough to talk about on the Planet Mainframe blog. Here are this month’s picks:

Monitoring the Cryptographic Protection of Your z/OS Network Traffic

Here is a really interesting article on monitoring mainframe network traffic from DestinationZ. Discussion on new end-to-end security transparency capabilities offered by IBM’s z/OS Encryption Readiness Technology (zERT). Definitely worth a look:

See more here: DestinationZ article.

Hybrid Cloud to Streamline IBM Z

Another thoughtful piece from our friend at DancingDinosaur, Hybrid Cloud to Streamline IBM Z. He tells us that by 2020 cloud IT spending will surpass traditional data center spending, and that the mainframe will be front-and-center in that play. Check out what he has to say:

See more here: DancingDinosaur article.

Mainframe Continuity Planning Part 1: Where Are We and How Did We Get Here?

Interesting article by Reg Harbeck on the DestinationZ online publication, called “Mainframe Continuity Planning Part 1: Where Are We and How Did We Get Here?” – looks back at decisions industry had to make in 2004, and where we are now.

See more here: DestinationZ article.

Where else to go

While the PlanetMainframe blog is the best place to learn about the latest in mainframe talk, there are several other places worth looking in at:

Keith Allingham

Keith Allingham

Contributing Editor at Planet Mainframe
In addition to the planning, development and management of the Planet Mainframe blog, Keith serves as Marketing Manager at DataKinetics, monitoring business trends, and providing messaging for corporate and partner products and solutions. Previously, Keith has held consulting, management, marketing and technical positions with various tech companies and government organizations.
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