At A Glance: IBM AS/400 Control Language
The IBM AS/400 was a computer platform first introduced in 1988, later renamed to the eServer iSeries in 2000, and finally given its current title as the IBM System i in 2006. It was introduced as a midrange computer more commonly known these days as a server, as it serves and processes requests made from personal, or client, computers. The operating system on these platforms runs a menu-driven, object-oriented programming language known as the IBM i Control Language. If your business interacts with or uses the IBM System i or one of its predecessors as a server solution, from time to time you will find it valuable and necessary to interact with a control language specialist.
IBM control language specialists are experienced professionals with backgrounds in computer programming and server maintenance. One of the advantages of the IBM control language is that it continues to be updated, allowing for a control language specialist to work with older and newer machines with equal skill, even integrating systems with each other. This means a specialist is capable of providing you with the means to customize and set up a new server for any business or personal need as well as diagnose and alter any older servers and systems your business currently runs. With mastery of IBM control language, a specialist can customize your servers to perform optimally for any task. Freelance control language specialists are a flexible means for your business to manage its IBM i servers and services.