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A highly classified application, consisting of Fortran 77 and Fortran 95, required modernization to JAVA. SANDIA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin, contracted with TSRI for the use of its JANUS Studio® to complete the code transformation in a secure facility.
- Customer & Integrator: Sandia Labs
- Source & Target Language: Classified and Un-Classified Fortran to Java
- Lines of Code: 156,200
- Duration: 5 months
- Services: Automated Modernization, Knowledge Transfer, Engineering Support
TSRI was asked to assist The Boeing Company to modernize the ALCA Integrated Tactical Avionics Program (ITAP). ITAP, originally a real-time embedded J73 JOVIAL program, required transformation to modern C++. The transformed version of ITAP needed to exhibit real-time performance equal to or better than the original system with platform independence. By converting the J73 JOVIAL into C++, Boeing reduced future maintenance costs with the availability of modern software development environments and greater flexibility in its choice of hardware upgrades.
- Customer: Boeing
- Source & Target Language: JOVIAL to C++
- Duration: 3 months
- Services: Automated Code Transformation, Code Documentation, Assessment
One of the largest Japanese Car Manufactures now uses TSRI’s modernization methods to increase efficiency in their manufacturing systems. With the help of systems integrator Comture Corporation, TSRI was able to successfully transform 120k lines of COBOL to Java, in a three-week time-period, with over 99% automation levels.
- transformation blueprint
- Code Transformation
- Automatic Refactoring
- Application Blueprint
- car manufacturer
- COBOL to Java
- Software code Conversion
- Tomcat Server
- Quality Scans
- Code conversion
Amdocs Limited is a premier provider of services for billing, customer relationship management (CRM) and operations support systems (OSS) for the telecommunications industry. One of Amdocs’ major clients is the Sprint Nextel Corporation, whose billing, operations support and customer resource management services were written in about 5 million lines of MicroFocus COBOL and Pro*Cobol code, with an additional 5 million lines of C/C++ code. After evaluating several options, TSRI was selected as Amdocs' preferred vendor for modernizing this critical system and improving Sprint's ROI.