Maintain legacy code or migrate to another language?
Considering Mainframe Migration. Many argue the mainframe has not yet died, but that it’s experiencing a prolonged death, since the emergence of personal computers. They claim that the emergence of each new disruptive technology is one more factor causing its demise. So why consider mainframe migration? Mainframe advocates, on the other hand, contend that this death is still far away, … Read More
There is no consensus on the death of the mainframe, and many continue to bet on its longevity, holding the large number of businesses that continues to rely on them as proof. But even mainframe’s most unflinching advocates fail to deny evidence of its limitations in the face of changing IT technologies, languages and paradigms. The maintenance costs of the … Read More
In 1995, a team of graduate students went on a mission to create new performance standards for legacy modernization software. 23 years later that same core team, led by CEO Luis Andrade, has delivered the most advanced solution available today for modernizing legacy systems. The mission has always been to develop a single modernization platform capable of ingesting any legacy language … Read More