The mainframe environment hosts some of the most critical applications for the State of Wisconsin. Some of these vital applications include Kids Information Data system (KIDS) which administers child support, Client Assistance for Reemployment and Economic Support (CARES) which administers welfare to work programs, and the Department of Transportation’s Registration and Titling for the state’s drivers licensing and automobile registration. These applications require a highly available platform capable of processing large amounts of data with sub-second response times. The mainframe runs over a half a million batch jobs monthly, processes over 140 million transactions monthly, processes nearly one billion SQL database calls daily, creates 3,900 new reports stored using the electronic report distribution system daily, and stores on average five million new documents a month in its content management system.
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