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A no-charge remote technical services program provided by IBM’s Deployment Project office, for use by qualified corporations preparing to rollout/deploy or re-deploy specific products

  • IBM Developer for z/OS (IDz) ©
  • Application Delivery Foundation for z/OS (ADFz) ©
  • Application Discovery and Delivery Intelligence (ADDI) ©

This program helps you set up both the client, and server, components of these products with prescriptive frameworks and technical enablement – aiming for high product adoption, effective technical use, and maximum Return-on-Investment. The program is offered at no cost with customer satisfaction, successful product deployment, wide-spread adoption as the primary objective.

How does the program work?

  • A remote assistance program providing up to 50 hours of technical guidance from IBM Subject Matter Experts - over a period of up to 12 weeks
  • The resources are engaged via phone & web conferencing
  • All consultations/sessions and materials are in English

Areas of Focus

  • Deployment analysis, preparation, planning, scoping
  • Product Installation, Configuration, Optimization of both the Server and Client components
  • Workflow and Use Case analysis
  • Best Practices – in the areas of product rollout, enablement, customization and adoption

Out of scope: Menu Manager and HATS/RCP – TSO/ISPF Integration - IBM can provide “How-to” training on Menu Manager and HATS/RCP, but your developers create all Menu Manager/HATS artifacts.


IDz Best Practices

Adoption and Rollout - Video

IDz Implementation Project Plan Template

Project Plan Spreadsheet

IDz Operational Overview, Hints and Tips

IDz deployment Q&A - Slide Deck


BRD capability within ADDI - Video

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If you have any questions or inquiries regarding the DevOps Acceleration Program, please feel free to contact the DevOps Acceleration Team

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