IBM unveils new generative AI-assisted product

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Watsonx Code Assistant for Z is designed to assist businesses in leveraging generative AI and automated tooling to accelerate their mainframe application modernization

A new generative AI-assisted product, Watsonx Code Assistant for Z, has been unveiled by IBM. The new product enables faster translation of COBOL to Java on IBM Z, a mainframe server, and enhances developer productivity on the platform.

Designed to help accelerate COBOL application modernization, this product will be available in the fourth quarter of 2023.

Globally, the COBOL data processing language supports many vital business and operational processes at organisations. With the goal of preserving the performance, security, and resiliency capabilities of IBM Z, Watsonx Code Assistant for Z is designed to assist businesses in leveraging generative AI and automated tooling to accelerate their mainframe application modernization.

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