Open Mainframe Project recently announced a new project called Tessia that’s designed to automate all the processes involving installation and configuration of Linux on Z systems. Open Mainframe Project also announced new members that shows the increasing adoption of the project across verticals. We invited John Mertic, Director of Program Management – The Linux Foundation to talk about these developments.
[su_note note_color=”#e4e4e4″ text_color=”#000″ class=”hvr-grow”] Open Mainframe Project is an umbrella project that is home to 16 different open source projects including a COBOL Working Group and a Zowe Conformance Program. This is a 1500 percent increase over time.[/su_note]