If you just started exploring Zowe, follow the path in this topic.
Learn what is Zowe, how Zowe works and what it can do for you.
Begin your journey with Zowe through this introductory video which is designed to give you an overview of Zowe's various components and features and get you familiar with them quickly.
Refer to the overview topics to walk through basic concepts of Zowe, its components and benefits.
Review the Zowe architecture to understand how Zowe works.
If you have a question, it's a good idea to try the FAQ, which answers the most commonly asked questions about Zowe.
Check out what's new with Zowe.
Find a list of helpful Zowe resources on the web, including blogs, videos, webinars, courses, trials, and so on.
Now you know that Zowe consists of several components. You can determine which Zowe components to install and use. Follow the component-specific information roadmaps to install, use, and troubleshoot Zowe components. You can also get information about how to contribute to each specific component.
While it is generally recommended that you use more recent releases of Zowe, users who intend to use Zowe as a prerequisite for a commercial product or plugin should refer to the documentation for those products to determine which versions of Zowe are compatible and have been tested with the commercial product in question.
|Components to install and use||Information roadmaps|
|Zowe Application Framework, |
Zowe API Mediation Layer
(these are installed as z/OS server components)
|Information roadmap for Zowe Application Framework, |
Information roadmap for Zowe API Mediation Layer
|Zowe Explorer||Information roadmap for Zowe Explorer|
|Zowe CLI||Information roadmap for Zowe CLI|
|Zowe Client SDKs |
|Information roadmap for Zowe client SDKs|
|Zowe Mobile (Incubator)||Information roadmap for Zowe Mobile|
There are many ways to contribute to Zowe, and we welcome contributions! Read the contributor’s guide to get started on the code and guidelines.