Rehosting is a cost effective solution to an aging mainframe and its applications. Using TmaxSoft OpenFrame and Amazon Web Services (AWS) you can rehost your mainframe. Learn about how to do this as well as the best practices for a successful migration in this blog.
Whether it’s your first time visiting AWS re:Invent or your fifth time, check out our 10 practical tips for getting the most out of the conference this year. We guarantee that everyone will learn something new with these tips.
In this blog, the author compares the small British fleet that took out the Spanish Armada or Netflix that took out the giant Blockbuster to the rise of Tibero battling Oracle in the database wars.
In this blog, the author compares IT innovation with the 2018 FIFA Men’s World Cup. And introduces the concept of mainframe rehosting in the cloud.
How are your mainframe systems and applications holding up to the requirements of more agile and modern technology? What are the maintenance costs looking like? How can your organization reliably extend the ROI of its IT systems? This blog overviews your options.
Misinformation, misconceptions, fears, and myths about mainframe rehosting are all around us. This blog lists the top 6 and debunks each one. Take a look.
Mainframes have been hosting and running the software applications of the world’s larger organizations and enterprises for upwards of four decades. What are the risks of ignoring your aging mainframe?
How well is your mainframe meeting increasing and ever-changing demands for new business applications and processes, digital transformation, innovation and reduced costs?
As workloads expand and applications evolve, enterprises across the globe are migrating to new environments that can host their data – but experts agree: It’s no easy feat.