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Presenting the Raincode Stack in Frankfurt

Posted by Cécile Mouly on Mar 11, 2016 4:12:00 PM
 
 
Last week, we had the opportunity to present the Raincode Stack in Frankfurt . You will see in the presentation below that we aimed to focus on the key issues of legacy modernization:
 
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Topics: .NET, Stack, COBOL, PL/I, event

The People Behind #6: Lars Mikaelsson, From Partner to Sales Rep.

Posted by Charlotte Flemal on Mar 3, 2016 1:19:40 PM

 

For this 6th edition of “The People Behind”, Charlotte met with Lars, a key-player in the SDC mainframe migration, the new sales representative of Raincode in Northern Europe and friend of our's. Multiple profiles for this dynamic modernization specialist!

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Topics: newsletter, .NET, Rehosting, Stack, mainframe, PL/I, Microsoft

Get the first Sneak Preview Ever of the Raincode ASM370 Compiler

Posted by admin raincode on Feb 29, 2016 12:25:20 PM

Thursday, March 10th, 11 am (UTC-5)

 


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Topics: Raincode, .NET, Rehosting, Stack, Visual Studio, mainframe, compilers

Mainframe-Migration am 4. März in Frankfurt

Posted by admin raincode on Feb 12, 2016 8:49:34 AM

 

  • Halbtagesveranstaltung „Wechsel vom Großrechner zu einer modernen Serverplattform“
  • Commerzbank-Tochter mBank, Rechenzentrum der skandinavischen Banken und andere
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Topics: .NET, Stack, mainframe, COBOL, Deutsch

Technical Debt: Are Organizations Tied Up With Their Mainframes?

Posted by admin raincode on Feb 4, 2016 10:48:46 AM

 

In the 2000s, large organizations questioned their dependency on their mainframes and legacy code. At the time, it appeared that a clean break-up would be impossible, or, best case scenario, it would have unbearable consequences. They had to accept to put up with this costly relationship. It is now time to reevaluate this position and browse the new technologies to step out of this mainframe-legacy-money dogma.

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Topics: .NET, Management, Stack, mainframe, compilers

The Raincode Repository In Action

Posted by admin raincode on Jan 20, 2016 10:00:38 AM

 

How many CICS GETMAIN statements are there?
Which are the programs that access this SQL table in READ mode?
Which programs can be called when executing this transaction or this batch job?
How many procedures are there?
 How many lines of code are there in these procedures?

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Topics: .NET, Databases, videos, Stack, COBOL, PL/I

Dépendance des Entreprises aux Mainframes: Une Dette Technique ?

Posted by admin raincode on Jan 14, 2016 10:21:27 AM

 

Par Alex Huart, Chief Evangelist Officer chez Raincode

 

Durant plusieurs décennies, tout le monde s’est posé la question du divorce de l’entreprise avec son mainframe et son code legacy. La désillusion fut grande car il s’est avéré impossible de rompre trente ans de vie commune sans d’insupportables conséquences.

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Topics: .NET, Rehosting, Stack, mainframe, COBOL, PL/I, compilers

The People Behind #5: Yves Jaradin, From College to Raincode

Posted by admin raincode on Jan 6, 2016 9:30:00 AM

As many of Raincode employees, Yves Jaradin went straight from college to Raincode. But he had quite an unusual path.

 

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Topics: fun, newsletter, Raincode, Stack

COBOL Rehosting: mBank Chooses Raincode

Posted by admin raincode on Dec 9, 2015 10:12:46 AM

 Brussels, December 2015

 

mBank chooses Raincode, the specialist of the mainframe migration, to rehost its mainframe COBOL applications to the .NET platform

 

mBank, the 3rd largest retail bank in Poland, runs a mainframe, together with a large customized system written in COBOL, using DB2 for the database. To reduce cost, improve flexibility and extend this systems’ lifetime, mBank started a rehosting project aimed at moving Accenture’s Altamira to Microsoft’s .NET platform.

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Topics: Raincode, .NET, Migration, Rehosting, Stack, COBOL, CICS

Legacy Compilers: More Than a Marketing Stunt!

Posted by admin raincode on Nov 17, 2015 10:07:01 AM

 

We present our COBOL and PL/I solutions as legacy compilers based on the premise that they will be used to compile existing code much more than newly written code.

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Topics: .NET, Stack, COBOL, PL/I