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Complete offering of compatible, cross-platform, cross-product compilers that support z/OS, VM, VSE/ESA, and AIX.
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Realizing the Greatest Value from Your IMS and Compiler Upgrades
Roland Koo, Product Manager for Rational Compilers, and Haley Fung, IMS Senior Developer, discuss the importance of upgrading to the latest versions of IMS and COBOL together.
Enterprise COBOL for z/OS V5.1 moderated discussion
James Governor, Principal Analyst and Founder, RedMonk, and Kevin Stoodley, IBM Fellow and CTO, IBM Rational, discuss the benefits of the new IBM Enterprise COBOL compiler for z/OS.
How to Take Advantage of the New COBOL V5 Compiler - Migration!
Learn how to migrate to COBOL V5 in for utilizing the new hardware features and improved performance.
Enterprise COBOL Version 5 Performance Tuning Guide
This paper identifies key performance benefits and tuning considerations when using IBM® Enterprise COBOL for z/OS® Version 5 Release 1.
COBOL Migration Guide
This guide provides the steps for making the move to IBM Enterprise COBOL Version 5.1.