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The TSRI team is excited to be a Showcase Sponsor at this year’s Oracle CloudWorld from September 18th through 21st in Las Vegas, Nevada. Join us for a demo session of our automated modernization process, and a fascinating featured session with other industry leaders.
At CloudWorld, you’ll discover the insights you need for success on your most complex software modernization projects and cloud deployment challenges. The conference will be full of opportunities to meet and learn from industry leaders and technology experts to discover what’s new and what’s next for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure when it comes to databases, applications, and much, much more.
SEPTEMBER 20th SESSION
See 99.9X% Automation in Action
Get a look at how TSRI modernizes a mainframe application modernization from COBOL to Java running on Oracle Cloud at the Modernize Mainframe Applications to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with Confidence session on Wednesday, September 20th at 2:10pm PDT. Scott Pickett, VP of Product Development and Service Delivery, will demonstrate how it’s done with 99.9X% automation. You'll see how TSRI transforms COBOL, CICS, CA IDEAL, JCL, Pl/1, PL/SQL, and more, to functionally equivalent Java and C# .Net Core with migration to cloud, cloud-hybrid, or modern on-premises environments.
FEATURED SESSION ON SEPTEMBER 21st
Modernizing Mainframe Workloads to OCI
Find out how TSRI clients have achieved 80-90% TCO savings on mainframe modernization. Join Oracle and TSRI on Thursday, September 21st at 9:05 am PDT for a Featured Session on Mainframe Modernization with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. René Wagner and a panel of Oracle partners will share strategies and patterns for modernizing and refactoring mainframe applications to modern environements, including hybrid and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). You’ll learn options and strategies that can cut costs and mitigate risks associated with mainframe migration to the cloud.
Reserve a Personal Genius Bar Session
To receive a more personalized walkthrough, check out our demo session, Cloud for Mission-Critical: Mainframe Offload. Register on the Oracle Events App to join René Wagner at the Genius Bar in the Hub on Wednesday, September 20th from 5-6pm. While you can walk up to the Genius Bar during the session, spots are limited to four attendees at one time per session, so we recommend that you pre-register in advance to avoid missing out.
Stop by Booth #48
Any time during the conference, the TSRI team will be ready and eager to share industry knowledge, successful modernization strategies, and opportunities for partnership. We look forward to seeing you in person at Booth #48 to ensure that every software modernization is done professionally, with full accuracy, assured functional equivalence, and in a fraction of the time.
Meet Us at the Conference!
In a fraction of the time, lower cost, and with no business interruption, TSRI’s JANUS Studio® automates the transformation and refactoring of software applications to cloud environments. Our industry-leading reputation for success includes mission-critical mainframe applications for military, government, and private sector organizations.
Proven by decades of results. Prove it for yourself.
For decades, TSRI clients have been discovering a dramatically faster, more accurate, and less expensive automated modernization process. We’ve earned a place as the go-to resource for enterprise corporations, government, military, healthcare, and more. Now prove it for yourself. Find out how the proprietary TSRI modernization process delivers future-ready, cloud-based code in any modern language in a fraction of the time.
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
Capita, a company based in England and Wales, determined that one of their important software assets called PRISM required modernization, including code transformation, platform migration, and database migration. Capita engaged TSRI, with their proven automated modernization services, to complete this project, which was finished in 3 months.
Source & Target Language: BASIC to PL/SQL
Lines of Code: 660,000
Duration: 3 months
Services: Transformation Blueprint®, Automated Code Transformation, Automated Refactoring, Integration and Testing Support
When Sprint Nextel Corporation (now T-Mobile) was ready to begin a modernization and cloud migration project for their billing system, they naturally turned to Amdocs, who then selected TSRI to complete the modernization of the billing system successfully. The billing system that Sprint wanted to modernize was written in over 5 million lines of Micro Focus rehosted Pro*COBOL and Pro*C code. Operational costs to maintain the system were consuming critical budget and hampering the organization’s capacity to enhance and scale the system to meet growing operational requirements.
As part of the Logistics Management System, the Weapon System Management Information System (WSMIS) is responsible for tracking combat capability and impending parts problems. The system was well regarded during Desert Storm for its ability to expedite repair or procurement of critical items. However this legacy COBOL system requires modernization to continue to fulfill its mission.
Customer: STG Inc.
Source & Target Language: COBOL to C++
Lines of Code: 39,654
Duration: 4 months
Services: Code Transformation, Automated Refactoring, Database Transformation, Testing and Implementation Support, Transformation Blueprint®
- COBOL to C++
- Code Transformation
- automated refactoring
- Database Transformation
- Testing and Implementation
- transformation blueprint
- Software code
- US Air Force
- Oracle 9i Database
- Windows Based
- Flat Files