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...   [...]

In the mainframe legacy migration world COBOL is not the problem

DB2 SQL dialect. COBOL programs usually interact with a database system. In the vast majority of cases DB2 is the preferred choice, the killjoy is IMS. Migrating data from DB2 to MS SQL has been solved for a long time, but what about SQL statements embedded in application programs? One can believe that SQL [...]

By |2018-08-03T10:45:09+02:00January 23rd, 2018|COBOL, Mainframe, Migration, PL/I, Rehosting, Technical, Uncategorized|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

Get to Learn More on Raincode ASM370 Compiler: Our Demo on Nov. 1st at SLE Conference in Amsterdam

Want to know more about functionalities of Assembler and the Raincode ASM370 Compiler for .NET?   On November 1st, three members of our team will do a demo of the Raincode ASM370 Compiler.  Our Chief Science Officer, Vadim Zaytsev, Yves Jaradin, Senior Software Architect, and Volodymyr Blagodarov, Software Architect.   What can you expect from this demo ? [...]

By |2016-10-27T14:00:21+02:00October 27th, 2016|Raincode, Rehosting|Comments Off on Get to Learn More on Raincode ASM370 Compiler: Our Demo on Nov. 1st at SLE Conference in Amsterdam