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Modernize your legacy systems.
We live in the online world. The way of business and technology seems to be all mobile and cloud these days. Nevertheless, mainframes remain paramount and integral to core business transactions worldwide and are here to stay.

At CA Technologies we feel that continuous delivery for the mainframe holds the key to digital transformation with minimal disruption. The mainframe needs to be connected to your continuous delivery pipelines and DevOps practices in order to be completely agile and responsive to business demands.

At present most mainframe users face significant challenges that hinder agility:

Driven by manual interactions–ISPF panels initiate CLIST scripts
Collaboration of multiple Dev and Ops teams involving lots of processes and procedures
Applications written many years ago in COBOL and other legacy languages
Treating the mix of mainframe and distributed apps found in most services differently with dedicated change processes and toolsets
Mitigating risk and ensure compliance in a highly regulated environment
Automic Continuous Delivery for IBM Z connects digital and mainframe applications, automates them and incorporates them in an automated workflow.

Chef, is the leader in DevOps, driving collaboration through code to automate infrastructure, security, compliance and applications. Chef provides a single path to production making it faster and safer to add value to applications and meet the demands of the customer. Deployed broadly in production by the Global 5000 and used by more than half of the Fortune 500, Chef develops 100 percent of its software as open source under the Apache 2.0 license with no restrictions on its use. Chef Enterprise Automation Stack™, a commercial distribution, is developed solely from that open source code and unifies security, compliance, infrastructure and application automation with observability. Chef provides an unequaled developer experience for the Coded Enterprise by enabling users to express infrastructure, security policies and the application lifecycle as code, modernizing development, packaging and delivery of any application to any platform. For more information, visit http://chef.io and follow @chef.

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Automic Continuous Delivery for IBM Z is ranked 30th in Release Automation while Chef is ranked 10th in Release Automation. Automic Continuous Delivery for IBM Z is rated 0.0, while Chef is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Automic Continuous Delivery for IBM Z is most compared with , whereas Chef is most compared with SCCM, Ansible, BigFix, BMC TrueSight Server Automation and Jenkins.

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