Serena Software Provides Same Day Support for IBM z/OS 2.2
October 01, 2015

Serena Software announced same day support for the latest version of IBM’s z/OS operating system for all of Serena’s z/OS products.

IBM's z/OS V2.2 operating system and latest IBM z13 server deliver innovations designed to help z/OS customers build highly scalable next-generation infrastructure offering the capacity, scale, availability, and throughput required to improve business performance, meet response time objectives, protect sensitive data and transactions, and minimize operational risk.

Serena Software has provided enterprise solutions for over three decades to IBM z/OS customers including the largest highly-regulated enterprises in the world. Serena Software’s continued investment and commitment to its mainframe customers enables mainframe application teams to deliver more features faster and at a lower cost without compromising the scalability, security and integration expected from the mainframe platform.

“Serena’s ChangeMan ZMF, software change and configuration management solution, continues to dominate technically in the mainframe space. Being part of the IBM Early Test Program (ETP) is essential for us to be ready to support our leading customers on day one of new releases. We aim to be first to exploit innovations in z/OS and this is how we maintain our leadership position,” says Al Slovacek, VP of Mainframe Products at Serena Software. “This investment in development, testing and research underscores our commitment to our customers and highlights our partnership with IBM”.

Serena ChangeMan ZMF v8 is available today directly from Serena Software or the company’s network of partners worldwide.

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