Brussels, Belgium and Atlanta, GA, USA – (March 24, 2014) Raincode and GT Software have forged an alliance to make their respective software tools interoperable in an ongoing mainframe migration project being implemented by systems integration firm, Elektron. The project involves migrating TAKS, the Faroe Islands’ taxing authority, from its mainframe platform to Microsoft’s .NET
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In February 2014, Raincode presents Braincode, its Migration Consulting practice. Our seasoned experts assist the customers in identifying the required tasks and best practice guidance needed for a successful migration. They have vast experience in the field covering a wealth of migration related subjects to include platforms, languages and databases. Read more on Braincode or
Raincode accompagne CACEIS dans sa sortie de MetaCOBOL et l’abandon de son outil interne OCAPI. Bruxelles, octobre 2013, Dans le cadre d’un projet de rationalisation de son parc informatique, CACEIS décide de quitter les environnements de développement propriétaires, et plus particulièrement MetaCOBOL et OCAPI, afin de se recentrer sur des technologies standardisées et pérennes. MetaCOBOL
Raincode releases Raincode Sort, a full native .NET implementation of a DFSORT-compatible sort utility.
Microsoft’s Technology Award for Raincode.
TAKS is the Faroe Islands’ tax authority. As part of a plan that involves both cost saving and improving flexibility and agility, TAKS has decided to move away from the IBM mainframe it currently uses, and migrate their core applications to an homogeneous Microsoft’s stack, including the .NET platform and SQL Server for the database. After
RainCode, the leading supplier of programming language analysis and transformation tools for numerous markets, including software metrics, quality control, coding guidelines enforcement and migrations, is proud to present its newly redesigned website. You can now find all needed information to make a wise choice for your technical solutions on the legacy products on one unique place : RainCode.com.
PACBASE is a software engineering workshop made by CGI in the 70s and bought by IBM. While the installed base of PACBASE users includes some large American accounts it is concentrated in the European market, specifically in France and in Spain, where many prestigious companies depend on it for critical business applications. After postponing several
…dans la migration de ses applications PACBASE. PACBASE est un atelier de génie logiciel créé par la CGI dans les années 70 et repris depuis par IBM. Si la base installée de PACBASE compte certains comptes américains, cet outil est surtout fortement implanté sur le marché européen et plus particulièrement en France et en Espagne
While everybody is looking at zOS, what about all the customers that use PACBASE on different, less popular platforms? What about the ones that have not upgraded to the latest release, and that still use older versions ? Or target unusual databases ? RainCode’s migration solution for PACBASE can address these, just as it addresses
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