- Astadia provides expertise for the new AWS Mainframe Modernization service to support organizations as they accelerate their mainframe migration to AWS
- Enterprises and government agencies can license the Astadia Migration Factory to simplify, automate, and accelerate their mainframe-to-cloud journey.
Boston, MA, December 1, 2021 [Business Wire] – Astadia, the mainframe to cloud company, collaborates with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to deliver mainframe migration projects using the new AWS Mainframe Modernization service.
AWS Mainframe Modernization Service is a unique platform for mainframe migration and modernization that allows organizations to migrate on-premises mainframe workloads to a managed runtime environment on AWS. It enables two popular migration solutions: replatforming and automated refactoring, and provides the development, build, and testing tools for modernization projects. With the AWS Mainframe Modernization Service, IT teams can assess and analyze migration readiness and plan projects. Once implemented and tested, they can deploy mainframe workloads to AWS and into the managed runtime environment.
The work with AWS recognizes that Astadia is uniquely positioned to assist organizations as they overcome their technology challenges and accelerate the migration of their mainframe applications to the new AWS Mainframe Modernization service.
“We are excited to accelerate adoption for the AWS Mainframe Modernization Service, which gives organizations the ideal platform of choice when moving mainframe workloads to AWS. Astadia’s unique factory delivery model complements the AWS Mainframe Modernization Service by enabling clients to migrate to AWS in unprecedented timeframes,” – Scott G. Silk, Astadia’s Chairman and CEO.
Astadia provides fully automated refactoring and replatforming projects – with 100%automated code transformation and data conversion – that ensures business continuity and – combined with automated testing – reduce risk, effort, and project duration.
Earlier this year, the company announced the availability of the Astadia Migration Factory, a world-class software platform that industrializes the refactoring of legacy workloads, simplifies the migration of databases, and enables a holistic and automated approach to testing the end-to-end migration process.
With Astadia’s providing professional services for AWS Mainframe Modernization service, enterprises and government organizations can:
- Get a rapid assessment providing a roadmap and an estimated cost to move their mainframe workloads to AWS. This includes a variety of options such as the migration method, comprehensive testing, DevOps concepts, and support
- Perform Replatforming or Automated Refactoring projects targeting AWS Mainframe Modernization service
- License the Astadia Migration Factory that accelerates and industrializes the process of migrating and testing legacy applications, resulting infixed-price project fees, fast turnover and return on investment (ROI).
The collaboration with AWS builds on an existing relationship including Astadia’s participation in AWS Marketplace and the AWS Public Sector Partner Program. Together, the companies are providing a complete cloud services and cloud management portfolio that will give enterprise and government customers fast, flexible access to the cloud.
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Astadia is the market leading mainframe modernization software, consulting and systems integration boutique. We specialize in moving IBM and Unisys mainframe applications and databases to distributed and cloud platforms. With more than30 years of experience, over 300 mainframe migrations completed, enterprises and government organizations choose Astadia for their deep expertise, range of technologies, and the ability to automate complex migrations and testing at scale. Learn more on http://www.astadia.com.