Top 5 IBM i & IBM Z Automation Best Practices

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Andrew Simpson, Principal Solutions Specialist at Rocket Software

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While improving productivity across the organization is an ongoing pursuit, when it comes to IBM i and IBM Z applications, you often find it ends up out of scope for new projects. Seen as the impossible last mile of automation, legacy application automation feels too far out of reach with the limited RPG and COBOL development expertise you have in-house. But today new tools and approaches are opening the door to adding IBM i and IBM Z applications into your automation projects so you can achieve maximum business value. Please join Andrew Simpson, Principal Solutions Specialist at Rocket Software, to learn IBM i and IBM Z automation best practices that you can use today to start targeting that last mile, including: • How to build out a smart automation strategy • Understanding the human component and how it influences your automation prioritization • Automation management

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