Raincode v4 compilers are here!

Raincode v4 compilers are here, and if you are not excited about them, you should be! We have made a lot of changes since v3—changes that will improve the performance of your migrated applications, increase developer productivity, and ensure the success of your modernization project. But don’t take our word for it...   [...]

How a disruptive technology in .NET compilers saves on a mainframe bill ?

The Philosophy Never change the existing code if you can avoid doing so Don’t change the user look and feel of existing programs when migrating Develop new functionnality in a modern language Guarantee 99. 99% availability for business critical applications thanks to staged migration and reversibility Why should [...]

By |2017-12-06T10:08:45+02:00December 5th, 2017|.NET, CICS, COBOL, Compilers, Mainframe|0 Comments

7 things I wish I knew before migrating my first IBM mainframe

Even in (relatively) small volumes, HLASM is a serious problem In most mainframe shops, the volume of HLASM code is small compared to COBOL or PL/I. Even so, as little as 30’000 lines of assembler code will cause unexpected delays and budget overruns. If one considers rewriting it, reverse engineering its behavior requires [...]

By |2018-07-18T14:32:16+02:00October 11th, 2017|Compilers, Mainframe, Migration, Raincode, Rehosting|0 Comments

Raincode Sets Industry Standard in Mainframe Migration with New Version of Cobol Compiler for .NET

When migrating Mainframe to .NET, reduce dependancy of COBOL & allow cost-less new developments At Microsoft Inspire, Raincode releases the community edition version 3.0 of its free to use COBOL Compiler: a major upgrade for this exceptional product downloaded over 11’000 times and counting. It is de facto the industry standard COBOL compiler when corporations [...]

By |2017-09-12T16:31:06+02:00July 10th, 2017|.NET, COBOL, Compilers, Raincode|Comments Off on Raincode Sets Industry Standard in Mainframe Migration with New Version of Cobol Compiler for .NET