Scott Silk, CEO of Astadia discusses the importance of mainframe modernization for financial institutions
The “Big Bang” in mainframe migrations is not such a big bang after all…
Recent discussions about modernization have been focused on the advantages it brings, current challenges, and setting organizations up for future expansion.
In this article, we'll discuss refactoring and how it fits into the larger picture of mainframe modernization.
Mainframe modernization offers opportunities to clear roadblocks and re-engineer legacy processes, allowing organizations to keep up with the demands of the digital economy.
As expenses rise and the mainframe talent shortage grows, organizations evaluate options to modernize ADS and IDMS applications.
Here are six reasons why your organization needs to modernize mainframe applications.
Everybody agrees that automation is key to mainframe modernization regardless of the selected transformation approach, particularly in replatforming or refactoring projects. Not everybody, however, has the vision to automate the journey all the way.
Will mainframe systems begin to show up as significant business risks on auditors’ reports? If they haven’t been modernized, yes. In fact, it’s already happening.
As technology advances, mainframe organizations are increasingly pressed to transition to more modern platforms. Here are some of the most common misconceptions that hinder their mainframe modernization journey.
The cost of not modernizing mainframe systems is generally far greater than the time, effort, and money required to make the transition. Here's why.
As mainframes host mission-critical applications, it's essential to ensure that the modernization process is accurate and causes minimal disruption to business operations. This is where automated migration and testing tools come in.