Hey Mainframe Enthusiast! Exciting news: Dive into the mainframe universe with the Arcati Mainframe Yearbook’s annual survey. Your insights are the pulse of IBM Z users—hardware, software, and future plans.
This year, we’re exploring mainframe’s evolution, from mobile and cloud integration to the impact of API economy, DevOps, and ransomware. We’re keen on costs, investments, and the future!
Here’s where you come in: Invest 15 minutes in the survey, and not only contribute to the mainframe community’s knowledge but also snag a free copy of the results in January. Bonus: Thanks to our partnership with Planet Mainframe, you could score Bose QuietComfort Over-ear Headphones—3 sets up for grabs!
Ready to share mainframe industry knowledge? Let’s do this!
Trevor Eddolls and Amanda Hendley
P.S. Don’t forget to spread the word among your fellow mainframe enthusiasts!
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About the 2024 Arcati Yearbook
The Arcati Mainframe Yearbook is more than just a publication; it’s a platform where mainframe enthusiasts connect, learn, and grow. With over 21,000 downloads each year and a growing community through our Planet Mainframe partnership, we’re expecting even more this time around.
You can still access the current edition of the Yearbook here, and we encourage you to share this opportunity with your fellow mainframe professionals. The more responses we gather, the clearer the picture we can paint of the dynamic mainframe landscape.
If your organization wears multiple hats as a vendor, consultant, or service provider in the mainframe domain, don’t miss the opportunity to have your details featured in the Yearbook. You can do this by completing the vendor information form at this link.
We are also still accepting Sponsor Support for the Yearbook with opportunities including ads, article inclusion, and more. Contact Amanda Hendley (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Thank you for being an essential part of the mainframe community. Together, we’re shaping the future of this remarkable technology.
Amanda Hendley is the Managing Editor of Planet Mainframe and Co-host of the iTech-Ed Mainframe User Groups. She has always been a part of the technology community having spent eleven years at Technology Association of Georgia and six years at Computer Measurement Group. Amanda is a Georgia Tech graduate and enjoys spending her free time renovating homes and volunteering with SEGSPrescue.org in Atlanta, Georgia.