A Renewed Concept
See It in Action
Everything you always wanted to know about migrating real mainframe applications with COBOL, PL/I, CICS and more running as microservices in Dockers and Kubernetes, communicating with dapr, and hosted on Azure, managed by AKS in available as a fantastic and interactive demonstration showcase.
See it – Run it – Test it
The Visual Studio Experience
Local Dockers Support
Continuous Integration – Continuous Development
Scalability with KEDA (Kubernetes Even Driven Autoscalling)
Consider now that your mainframe legacy in now Cloud Native enabled and benefits from all available DevOPS from Kubernetes Cluster to Azure Functions, and Open Source utilities like Swagger or HELM to name a few.
The Compilers for your Cloud Native Success
Raincode Legacy Compilers were designed from the ground up as legacy compilers, as opposed to development compilers, in recognition of the fact that they will be used far more often to compile existing portfolios than newly developed code.
The Raincode ASM370 compiler for .NET Core allows you to port, maintain and even debug your assembler code on .NET Core environment
The JCL Interpreter is aimed at making the transition to the .NET Core platform as smooth and as painless as possible
Raincode CICS is an emulator for .NET Core and Azure platforms. It is the ideal companion for the Raincode COBOL compiler and the Raincode PL/I compiler.
Get Your Questions Answered
SQL and CICS Support
Embedded SQL and CICS statements recognized at the compiler level, without requiring an external precompiler
Raincode Legacy Compilers include a DFSORT-compatible sort utility. It can be used to port complex mainframe batch jobs to the .NET Core and Azure platforms.
IBM Bug Emulation
Raincode Legacy Compilers are aimed at making the transition to the .NET Core platform as smooth and as painless as possible.
.NET Core Integration
Legacy software applications must be able to evolve in a modern environment like the .NET Core framework.
Visual Studio Integration
The Raincode Legacy Compilers are fully integrated in Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2019 development environment.
PL/I Unlikely Constructs
PL/I is a versatile language, where the level of ambiguity is such that actual bugs may go unnoticed because the compiler accepts the input