Using microservices and APIs to leverage data and business logic locked inside IBM mainframes (z/OS) are often a slow and time consuming task. Mainframe application releases are more frequent[...]
Modern development typically includes cloud-native applications and architectures, which are deployed inside containers (like Docker) so they can be included in a private, hybrid and/or public[...]
Why are we even on the path to modernization? It’s simple -- customer demand for digitized services has made legacy modernization a priority.
The news about Pivotal Software and Cloudera’s recent stock drops may suggest that enterprises are concerned about moving all on-premise assets into the cloud. These two vendors require customers[...]
You can open your IBM i (AS/400) applications to new channels — without sacrificing security.
[Based on an article written by Eyal Herson that originally appeared in Medium.com]
I want to share my best current thinking about legacy applications and how you can make them available in the[...]
APIs should be in any DevOps discussion because they allow development teams to separate large applications into smaller, faster building ones. APIs also allow testing of a specific functionality[...]
Banks aren’t blind to the way the economy is changing. The marketplace demands new features from popular applications at a faster pace than ever before. In response, banks are attempting to[...]