What is Mainframe?
Mainframe refers to a specific type of technology that allows for high levels of data processing with a high volume of input and output operations, including its storage and other attached systems across geographically dispersed networks.
To consolidate holdings to common scalable solutions and lower the ongoing cost of mainframe services across government, reducing the Commonwealth’s mainframe footprint while increasing the service availability for mainframe services.
Avoid investment in new or standalone mainframe solutions
Where mainframe capabilities are required, move to onboarded consolidated mainframe holdings and services that already exist across government