IBM COBOL for Linux on x86 1.1 is the most recent update to the IBM COBOL compiler family (as of April 2021). It's made for creating and modernizing applications for Linux on x86 and hybrid cloud environments, where apps can exchange data and logic with IBM z/OS-based key workloads.
Visit the IBM COBOL for Linux on x86 product page to get a quick overview of the product, its business values, and the key features. On this page, you can also find information about the two flavours of COBOL for Linux on x86: an on-premises offering which includes the COBOL compiler and runtime, and a cloud offering, delivered in IBM CICS TX on Cloud 11.1. A no-charge, 60-day trial version is available from the IBM COBOL for Linux on x86 60-day Trial page. Download and start your test drive now.
You can find other important resources such as the data sheet, blogs, and support links in the Resources tab on the IBM COBOL for Linux on x86 product page. Refer to the documentation to find out more detail about our latest COBOL offering.
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