CICS Integration Performance Benchmark

In Case studies by James Alexander

As we say on the home page of our website, a core value proposition of HostBridge is speed: we enable the creation of lightning fast (the actual words of a HostBridge customer) integrations based on screen data, not screen geometry, with no disruption to mainframe code. We recently had the opportunity to prove this claim in a head-to-head performance benchmark …

HostBridge Technical Q & A

In How-to by James Alexander

I recently presented a webinar that was hosted by IBM Systems Media: “Making CICS Applications Available as Web Services“. It was a technical, how-to presentation where I spent most of the hour doing a live build of a web service to expose a CICS application. If you have a need to make your CICS applications available in this way, or …

Auto Insurer uses HTAC to Learn What Drives Mainframe Workload

In Case studies by Jerry Rackley

HostBridge is working with an automobile insurance provider to help it understand what is driving its mainframe workload. Using the HostBridge Transaction Analytics Connector (HTAC), this insurer has lifted the veil on CICS application performance. It’s CICS applications now feed data to Splunk via HTAC. This allows the insurer to learn for the first time exactly how business activities consume …

What HostBridge is and What it Can Do

In Products by James Alexander

We routinely get calls from HostBridge customers, asking if our solution has certain features, functions or capabilities.  The most frequent answer I give is “yes, and your HostBridge license allows you to do that.” These inquiries create doubt about how well we’re getting the message out about what HostBridge does.  In fact, we get a little introspective as a result …

Guide to Creating CICS Web Services

In White papers by Jerry Rackley

Because CICS applications continue to run many, core business processes in the enterprise, there’s a need to integrate them with cloud, web, mobile or other middle-tier applications. HostBridge has a new guide to help you learn how to accomplish these integrations by creating CICS web services. Using JavaScript to make these applications accessible via an API or service has become the …