Open Source Languages and Tools for z/OS
Welcome to the Rocket z/OS Open Source Languages and Tools forum. This is a place where you can ask questions about our open source languages and tools and get answers from other mainframe professionals like yourself, as well as members of the Rocket team.
Rocket Discover is the first self service business intelligence product truly intended for business users. Our vision is to create a multi-tenant, browser based solution that is completely under the control of the business - from data preparation to data visualization. We endeavor to provide a complete and integrated experience that starts with connectivity to all data sources, including locked down mainframe data, simplified data preparation, and visual reporting in both dashboard and tabular formats. The end result is a solution that is simple to evaluate, buy and maintain. Our pricing is affordable and our partner network is global. We look forward to you joining our community of users.
This forum is for the use of Rocket Servergraph users (or those interested in Rocket Servergraph). There will be regular updates here that may be of interest, as well as links to upcoming webinars. For users of the Servergraph Advanced Reporter we will have a place to exchange tips and trade interesting reports created.
Rocket CorVu is a family of business intelligence and enterprise performance management products and solutions that help organizations transform high volumes of raw data into meaningful information to help organizations identify new opportunities, act on critical issues, and modify failing processes.
Finding the right content across the organization can be a challenge and a source of frustration for your employees, customers, partners and suppliers, preventing them from being as productive and efficient as possible. Your content (Word docs, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF files and information from CRM, HR, ERP databases) resides in a multitude of repositories making it difficult to get a single view of the information.
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