sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Limited
Premiered:  24 Jan 2013
Language:  English

For years now, large enterprises have relied on applications running on mainframe servers to power their business. But as these mainframe servers have aged, they've become less flexible and more costly to maintain, and IT professionals with the skills to work on them have become harder to find.

Re-hosting mission-critical applications to a more modern, agile and cost-effective platform is one strategy for eliminating the challenges of maintaining aging mainframe servers. Understandably, however, some organizations may be hesitant to employ this strategy because of concerns about downtime or damage to the functionality of the applications.

View this video to learn how mainframe applications re-hosting can be achieved with minimal interruption to your operations and without significantly changing application features and functions or the user's look and feel.

Application Hosting | Application Infrastructure | Mainframe Operating Systems | Mainframe Server Hardware

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