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TFiR: What Is Open Source Polycephaly?

By | October 13, 2020

Published on September 23, 2020, by TFiR.

Polycephaly is intended to be a key technology in expanding access to mainframes. The name comes from the Greek word meaning “a condition of having more than one head,” because the project marries two different development life cycle methodologies, distributed and z/OS. We sat down with the creator of the project, Jerry Edgington, Senior Technical Analyst – Western & Southern Financial Group, to learn more about the project.

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