Service-enabling Mainframe Based Systems on Microsoft Platform

Service-enabling Mainframe Based Systems on Microsoft Platform

A continued dependence on legacy computing has organizations wanting to extend the life of their mainframe systems while benefiting from new technological advancements. Read this paper to learn about the challenges associated with mainframe integration and practical options for implementing service-enabling mainframe systems using the Microsoft platform.

Despite being difficult to monitor and eventually becoming un-manageable, more than 70% of processing still resides on mainframes. Unlocking this information and providing it in a seamless manner to other distributed IT systems in the infrastructure can be a daunting task. Learn how service-enabling can expose business logic and data that is embedded in mainframe programs as well-defined, reusable services.
Infosys Technologies Limited
15 May 2007
01 May 2006
15 Page(s)
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