If you’re currently running Adabas & Natural or IDMS on z/OS, chances are pretty high that you’ve been thinking about the need to modernize those systems at some point. Here are some factors to consider when planning your roadmap.
We are wrapping up 2021, and what a year this was! Here are some of the 2021 accomplishments we are proud of.
In 2021, the Astadia development team has been working diligently to improve and extend migration options for our clients. Here is an overview of the most important new functionalities.
In this article, we’ll provide a high-level overview of Astadia’s approach to automate the migration of mainframe workloads to the Google Cloud Platform.
With IBM licensing z/VSE source code to 21st Century Software, now is the time for IBM z/VSE Mainframe customers to explore alternatives.
Refactoring mainframe applications to Azure enables applications to be in modern programming languages, with modern databases, and in platforms that the next generation of developers can easily maintain and innovate upon. Learn how.
AWS made a big splash at their re:Invent conference when they announced a major push toward enabling rapid, affordable mainframe-to-cloud migration. Here's how organizations can benefit from this initiative.
Refactoring mainframe applications to AWS is a popular pattern that enables applications to be in modern programming languages, with modern databases, and in platforms that the next generation of developers can easily maintain and innovate upon.
Many of the largest mainframe customers globally are setting the direction to exit the platform. Here's why.
Companies running older mainframe technology with Adabas & Natural are faced with the daunting task of moving to RDBMS databases and object-oriented languages that can better support agile development and modern integration standards.
Using powerful conversion and testing tools, complex migration processes can be almost entirely automated, which results in minimal turnaround time for workflows, no errors or delays, and reduced project costs. Here's how.