IBM (Main)Frames Security
Forty two years after IBM introduced the mainframe computer to the world, the company maintains the platform is still relevant. Today, Big Blue took the wraps off a slew of new software products designed to manage storage and security from its System z mainframe.
The software, which was previewed at the SHARE user conference in Baltimore, includes a version of Tivoli's Federated Identity Manager designed specifically for the System z's z/OS operating system and Tivoli Omegamon XE, a system management tool based on technology from IBM's 2004 acquisition of Candle. (See Management Feeding Frenzy and IBM Holds a Candle.) Dark Reading - Host security - IBM (Main)Frames Security - Security News Analysis
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