Reduce Peak 4HRA and Software MLC Costs

ThruPut Manager manages workload demand to reduce capacity utilization, based on the 4HRA, when sub-capacity pricing is used with or without capping. More »

Automate z/OS Batch

ThruPut Manager balances workload arrival, importance, and resource availability. More »

Make the most of scarce resources

Because money doesn’t grow on trees, let us lower your MSU consumption and MLC costs. More »

Make Way for Mobile

As mobile applications take up more CPU at unpredictable times, let ThruPut Manager take low importance batch out of the equation and make room for your high priority workload. More »

Country Multiplex Pricing is here

Use ThruPut Manager automation to lower your MSU baseline today and find software license savings, with or without capping, when you move to CMP. More »

Automate production control

Manage z/OS execution according to your CA 7 schedule and due-out times, ensuring automated on-time completion with minimal intervention that frees you for other valuable tasks. More »

Our Customers

ThruPut Manager installations range from individual corporate datacenters to global outsourcing providers in the major industry sectors, including banking, insurance, and government. More »


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Social scientists have scribed countless reports on the generational differences between Millennials and Baby Boomers. But for mainframers dedicated to ensuring the future of the platform, one often-overlooked distinction may be the most critical factor to consider.

The oldest generation of mainframers, the ones who grew up in an era where sysprogs might carry hardware to tweak the early processors, are do-it-yourselfers. Throughout their careers, they took care to build and maintain their own systems management tools, long before vendors responded with standardized solutions.

Mainframer retirement planning: Pass the torch with automation

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The mainframe is alive and well—a fact we take great pride in—which makes the thought of our retirement a little frightening. Without us, who will support, maintain and promote our favorite platform? And let’s not forget that, despite the increasing relevancy of the mainframe, naysayers are still a dime a dozen. What if the veterans could ease the journey for Millennials by embracing technology that makes it easier for new people to come up to speed rapidly?