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  • Welcome to the CA Datacom CADRE Community

    Welcome to the new Broadcom Mainframe Software Communities! If you're here, you already know the benefits of learning, connecting and sharing knowledge and experience with other users as well as our own product experts. 

    I'll still be making updates to all of our communities now that the main migration is complete. As always, if you have any questions or feedback feel free to reach out to me directly: lenn.thompson@broadcom.com 

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  • Did you miss our webcast on October 6 covering the new features and enhancements in CA Datacom Version 15.1? The replay is now available here .  As always, let us know if you have any questions. @Sheila Miller , @Dale Russell and the rest of the ...

  • The 3rd BLOG post on CA Datacom and zIIP processors has been posted in the CADRE community site. This third blog focuses on ways to measure zIIP offload in the CA Datacom MUF address space.  This blog completes the series. For the full series see: ...

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    The 3rd BLOG post on CA Datacom and zIIP processors has been posted in the CADRE community site. This third blog focuses on ways to measure zIIP offload in the CA Datacom MUF address space.  This blog completes the series. For the full series see: ...

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  • Measuring CA Datacom® Symmetrical Multiprocessing and the IBM z Integrated Information Processor (zIIP) By Kevin Shuma – November 2020 In earlier posts (Introduction to CA Datacom® and the IBM z Integrated Information Processor (zIIP) and ...

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  • By Kevin Shuma – October 27, 2020 In an earlier post, Introduction to CA Datacom® and the IBM z Integrated Information Processor (zIIP), we discussed the delivery of the IBM zIIP processor and its exploitation in the CA Datacom environment. In that ...

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