natural conversion

Natural Conversion & Adabas Migration: An Inside Look

Companies are leaving Natural Adabas platforms. Get an inside look at the process and technology we use to help them modernize.

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natural replatforming

Natural Replatforming with the Application Transparency Platform

Although infrastructure costs and a shrinking talent pool of capable developers are the top reasons companies give us for modernizing their Natural applications, the complexities beneath […]

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Application Modernization, Mainframe Migration
to save Woolworths $34M

Woolworths leverages modernization as driver for cost savings, competitive advantage.

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Shareholder meeting

COBOL Code Assessment:
Technical Inventory

Prior to doing just about anything with your COBOL code, you must first understand exactly what’s there- how much code, what it does and who in your ecosystem it affects.

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cobol code assessment

COBOL Code Assessment:
Things Aren’t Always What They Seem

After you’ve gathered a complete technical inventory, what comes next? Things aren’t always what they seem. Here are some gotchas and items to look out for.

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cobol to c#

Why DevOps is Driving the Move
from COBOL to C#

Let’s face it, most Enterprise Architects are looking to migrate outdated COBOL to C# environments. Among many drivers, DevOps implementation is the hottest.

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db2 to sql server

Three Best Practices: Modernizing
Mainframe DB2 to SQL Server

While assessing options, always remember: When migrating Mainframe DB2 to SQL Server, the devil’s in the details.

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mainframe assessment, eav

Mainframe Assessment
with Enterprise Application Viewer (eav)

A proper mainframe assessment using Modern Systems eav technology propels any IT organization into a state of fast problem resolution, accurate impact analysis, and complete up-to-date application documentation, regardless of how team members have come and gone. It provides both business and technical teams with instant insight into application flow, cross-program or intraprogram flow, and even field-level usage across your entire enterprise.

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