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2013 - First Bi-Annual Newsletter for 2013

Monday June 17th, 2013 
What has TSRI been up to?
We did not want to barrage you with dozens of e-mails, so here goes our consolidated Newsletter for 2012 and 2013! There has been a lot of movement in the modernization sector. You might find it interesting that certain perceptions have changed in the last couple of years.  We are delighted to note that major analysts have finally started giving credence in their recent reports to the highly automated modernization approach TSRI pioneered more than a decade ago. But as you might expect, analyst research reports typically lag a little behind what's really going in industry, so to give you a leg up on what the analysts don't know yet, here's a brief overview of what TSRI has been up to. 
  Don't Miss TSRI's ADM Seminar for the DOD
CIO's Office on June 21st, 2013

What:    Data Centers, Cloud, and Application Rationalization:  A Way Forward Where:  Office of the Chief Information Officer, Department of Defense
              Mark Center, Level B1, Conference Room 4, Alexandria, VA 22350
When:   June 21st, 2013, 9:30am to 11:00am EST  Mr. Philip Newcomb, TSRI CEO and Founder, will present an in-depth seminar at the Office of the Chief Information Officer of the Department of Defense on Architecture Driven Modernization (ADM). This seminar provides a comprehensive introduction to the extensive body of practice, theory and standards developed by the OMG's ADM Task Force, and guidance on how organizations can establish modernization centers of excellence to reduce the burdensome cost of O&M associated with legacy applications.

Request an Invitation to the DoD CIO ADM Seminar.

Schedule an ADM Seminar for Your Own Organization.

  Check out what TSRI has been doing to help

NATO learn about Architecture Driven

TSRI participated in the NATO Symposium on Architecture Definition & Evaluation
(IST-115, May 13, 2013) with a paper and presentation titled: "Addressing the Elephant in the Room – Modernizing Legacy Software & Architecture"
co-authored by Erik Chaum of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport, RI and Philip Newcomb, CEO of TSRI, Kirkland, WA 
Whitepaper Presentation
  Who have we been working with lately?  
Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS) MPEC Framework 1.5
Northrup Grumman contracted with TSRI to modernize the Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS), a project in which TSRI is transforming 776,240 lines of VB6 Code and Comments System to C#/.NET . . .
Global Positioning and Navigation System (GPNTS)
Raytheon contracted with TSRI to modernize the NAVSEA Global Positioning and Navigation System (GPNTS) consisting of 221,372 lines of Ada Lines of Code and Comments System to C++ . . .
Commercial Financial Services
A major financial services company contracted with TSRI to modernize 661,532 lines of Code and Comments from DEC RMS BASIC to Oracle PL/SQL stored procedure . . .
Federal Bureau of Investigation
A major integrator contracted with TSRI to transform and blueprint 4.5 Million lines of  Coolgen generated COBOL Code and Comments into Java/JEE to support the modernization assessment for a federal crime information monitoring system . . .
U.S. Navy Aegis ACB-08
A major integrator contracted with TSRI to model and build application blueprints for the Aegis ACB-08 C++ system, consisting of approximately 2 Million lines of Ada, to assess feasibility of automated baseline consolidation and modernization of the Navy Aegis Battle Management System . . .
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