In the picture, IBM’s Dave Andrews, Director of CICS Development, presents Progress DataDirect’s Calvin Fudge, Director of Marketing, Shadow Product Group, with a Letter of Appreciation acknowledging DataDirect’s partnership in supporting IBM Customer Information Control System (CICS) products, which recently celebrated its 40th year of service to IBM mainframe customers. DataDirect Shadow offered the first independent Web services product for transforming mainframe CICS programs into re-usable Web services. Continuing this history of technology partnership, Progress recently announced support for CICS TS v4.1 and its new business events capabilities. Through its Progress® Apama® event processing and Progress® DataDirect® Shadow® products, Progress is providing a comprehensive, end-to-end solution to complement and extend CICS TS v4.1 events with mainframe change data capture events and complex event processing, allowing organizations to have more complete, real-time intelligence about their business.
You may read the CICS Events announcement here: http://www.datadirect.com/company/news/press/pressitem/pressrelease_1260818/index.ssp
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