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Healthcare.gov: Blame The Mainframe?

Everyone’s talking about the Healthcare.gov website troubles. Are legacy systems the culprit?

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Modern Systems Launches COBOL Modernization App Available on AWS Marketplace

Logic Miner Cloud Edition used to assess legacy systems and plan their transition to Amazon Web Services or other modern platforms.

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Pension System Chooses ATP to Replatform Retired Adabas/Natural Application

One of the nation’s largest pension systems has chosen to replatform its historical member data from a legacy mainframe Adabas database to a relational database structure while retaining the Natural-based applications look, feel and functionality on a Windows platform for use by pension members.

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New Modern Systems Tech for Oracle DRDA Tackles Mainframe Cost, Integration

New Modern Systems Software Built in Collaboration With Oracle Reduces Costs of Mainframe DB2 Deployments and Removes Risk of Integrating Legacy Data With Modern Oracle Database 12c Environments.

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ATP goes live at Savannah River Operations

ATP is in use at the Department of Energy Savannah River Operations office. Read the case study detailing the Adabas to SQL Server conversion with Natural Replatform in Windows solution.

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BluePhoenix Solutions Reports Second Quarter 2013 Results

Continued progress is shown in Q2 as reflected by a consistent expense run rate and reduction of cash burn.

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Virginia County Requests Proof of Concept to Convert COBOL VSAM to C# Oracle

A county in Virginia is investigating the feasibility of converting COBOL VSAM to C# Oracle while moving from the mainframe to a Unix platform. Modern Systems is currently performing a proof of concept conversion using the automated DB Shuttle technology. Of the 1,550 components originally under scope Modern Systems has discovered only 128 components are actually referenced within the working code.

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Healthcare Provider Plans for IMS Migration with Assessment from Modern Systems

A large health care provider needed to plan and budget for a future migration project of their IMS Databases and applications. Modern Systems performed a complete mainframe assessment of their legacy applications and databases. The results identified more than 50,000 in scope components with over 20 million lines of code. Applications were segregated and data access trends identified. Modern Systems provided comprehensive reports to allow the provider to confidently plan for the upcoming conversion.

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