IBM previewed new mainframe management software that will help customers handle and secure the surge of new business processes and transactions running on services oriented architectures (SOAs) that are making the IBM System z mainframe the hub of Internet-based computing.

Speaking at the SHARE conference in Baltimore, Al Zollar, general manager of IBM Tivoli software, previewed new Tivoli software that helps customers battle the complexities of new workloads and diverse computing environments, while providing a secure management foundation to support customers moving to SOA. An SOA enables new applications and business processes to be assembled from reusable components, or "services," giving customers the flexibility to adapt to changing business conditions and react to market opportunities.

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