Automated testing will allow you to accelerate and better control mainframe transformation projects, reduce costs, resources, and schedules.
AWS’s emphasis on mainframe modernization services validates CloudFrame’s focus on COBOL to Cloud transformation.
IBM’s third-quarter earnings report hit the streets on October 20th, and the reaction wasn’t positive. The media buzz concentrated on lower-than-expected revenue, casting a bright light on the “legacy” elements as the cause of the downward pull. Will existing Kyndryl customers look for opportunities to reduce their costs and expand the value of their contract at renewal time? CloudFrame thinks they will, and it will drive the need and urgency to examine the continued reliance and risk of COBOL.
Understanding incremental modernization and its benefits can reduce risks and increase success. As you modernize, how will you retain the value of your legacy programs?
This webinar examines common mainframe COBOL obstacles and how they can be overcome.
Mainframe COBOL application modernization projects are often characterized by a single measure: cost. When infamous projects are reported, they don’t cite the complexity, mission-critical value, or what percentage of an organizations’ financial processing depends on the application. Often, it’s only the cost. Seven figures pique interest, and an eight figures cost causes further investigation. Failure […]
The recording of the CloudFrame webinar: Reducing Mainframe Compute Cost is now available.
Understanding the likely mistakes and how they are prevented can significantly enhance your prospects for a successful mainframe COBOL compute cost reduction or replatforming project. Read about these 5 preventions.
Three primary risks and their mitigation strategies to inform your COBOL application cost reduction project(s).
Event Date/Time: September 15, 2021 – 1 PM Eastern For decades businesses that depend heavily on mainframe COBOL have attempted to bridge the gap between their mission-critical mainframe COBOL applications and their modern applications and development processes. Why? Because those mainframe applications demand more of their IT budget, are supported by a shrinking population of […]