DETROIT, Aug. 4, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Compuware Corporation (Nasdaq:CPWR), the technology performance company, today announced that Spencer Hallman, Subject Matter Expert, Compuware Mainframe Application Performance Management (APM) and Tyler Allman, Compuware Mainframe Product Manager, will co-present the session, "Break Down IT Walls for Faster, More Seamless Mainframe Application Problem Resolution" at SHARE Pittsburgh this week.
The session will take place Wednesday, August 6, at 11:15 a.m. Eastern time in Room 320 in the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, Pa.
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A major global CIO survey commissioned by Compuware and administered by Vanson Bourne, showed that eight out of 10 CIOs believe there is a need to bridge silos so that IT can take a more unified approach to problem solving. Yet the reality is that most IT organizations still rely on manual processes with limited communication when relaying critical details about an application performance problem or exception. This can result in inefficient problem-solving, slower time-to-market and increased costs.
Session attendees will learn how unprecedented levels of integration between Compuware Mainframe Application Performance solutions and Compuware Developer Productivity solutions dramatically improve collaboration, so businesses can deliver applications faster. Specifically, they will see a demo detailing how Operations and QA teams can pinpoint the root cause of a performance problem and then send a "fix request" that automatically includes contextual insights of the problem. Once Development receives the fix request, they can begin to re-create, debug and ultimately fix the problem.
About the Speakers
Spencer Hallman serves as Subject Matter Expert, Compuware Mainframe Application Performance Management (APM). He has provided sales and technical support for Compuware's Mainframe MIPS Management and APM tools since 2000. He worked for Programart Corp in the early 1990's where he acquired his passion for mainframe performance. His diverse experience over the years has included programming on distributed and the mainframe platform, providing help-desk support and working in the operations research field. Hallman has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Vermont and a Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Operations Research from Temple University.
Tyler Allman is lead product manager for Compuware's Developer Productivity solutions. He began his career over 30 years ago as an IBM mainframe Assembler/COBOL programmer. Allman has worked in assignments ranging from full system development projects to technology reviews and tools/automation implementations. As a Compuware mainframe product manager, Allman now works closely with many of the largest and most innovative IBM mainframe users around the globe, and is a firm believer of the long term viability of the mainframe platform.
Conference attendees are encouraged to visit the Compuware Booth (#401) where company experts will be giving live demos of new product integrations that boost collaboration and speed up the delivery of IT services.
About Compuware Mainframe Solutions
Compuware'sMainframe Solutions help the world's leading organizations develop and deliver high-quality, high performing enterprise apps. The Solutions are available within the CompuwareWorkbench, an open development environment that features an intuitive and easy-to-use graphical user interface. Workbench makes common mainframe tasks faster and simpler to perform for both experienced mainframers as well those new to the mainframe, enabling companies to develop new services faster, more efficiently and with higher quality utilizing existing resources. Learn more at www.compuware.com/mainframe.
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