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Micro Focus Addresses Mainframe Skills Gap with Free “Personal Edition” of Enterprise Developer

Micro Focus is offering a free personal edition of its team-oriented dev environment for mainframe projects. The company’s Enterprise Developer Personal Edition aims to reduce the skills gap between COBOL, Java and C# devs with a simple, entry-level version of Micro Focus’ Enterprise Developer team suite. IDN speaks with Micro Focus’ Julia Ito.

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Clerity Update Will Migrate Mainframe Apps to Azure Cloud

For those who doubt the cloud has come a long way, baby Clerity plans to help mainframes migrate apps to the cloud with a newly-designed version of its UniKix Mainframe Rehosting software. The update will integrate Microsoft’s Visual Studio, System Center, IIS and even a complete .NET framework to promote full mainframe SaaS access.

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SOLA for IMS Pushes Mainframe SOA State-of-the-Art

SOA Software is shipping a version of its SOLA mainframe SOA solution tuned for IMS, allowing companies’ mainframe applications to more easily and efficiently consume Web services. SOLA for IMS also facilitates easy and agile reuse and extension of valuable IMS applications.

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Veryant isCOBOL Achieves Windows 7 Compatibility

Veryant’s isCOBOL Application Platform Suite 2010 has earned “Compatible with Windows 7” designation, having passed compatibility, installation, performance, reliability and security tests and requirements set by Microsoft.

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Oracle’s Tuxedo 11g Redefines Mainframe Rehosting

Oracle Corp. is shipping Tuxedo 11g, the latest upgrade to its Tuxedo transaction processing platform. With its range of upgrades, Tuxedo 11g offers automated tooling, SOA-enablement and mainframe caliber integrity to cut complexity, cost and risk from mainframe modernization projects.

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Alchemy’s NeoData zLink Cuts Migration Risk, Cost for VSAM

Alchemy Solutions Inc. is shipping NeoData zLink, a new offering which makes it less risky and more efficient to migrate mainframe applications and data to Microsoft .NET.  Most notably, NeoData zLink provides capabilities to easily and accurately move partial or complete VSAM data sets to Windows or .NET, and maintain connections to related data and application logic that remains on the mainframe.

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Micro Focus Empowers Non-COBOL Devs for Mainframe Modernization

This month, Micro Focus shipped a remote option to cut time and expense of building or maintaining Micro Focus COBOL applications.  Micro Focus Server Express RDO’s comes with an Eclipse IDE, and will support the entire edit-compile-debug cycle  to allow Java, SOA and other non-COBOL devs to work on mainframe modernization projects.

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Veryant Brings Thin Client, RIA to COBOL Modernization

Veryant is shipping an update to its isCOBOL Application Platform Suite aimed at simplifying and accelerating COBOL modernization projects via thin client and Rich Internet Application (RIA) approaches.

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Micro Focus Unveils ‘Cloud for COBOL’ Option

Micro Focus is bringing COBOL to cloud computing with its newly-launched Enterprise Cloud Services. The initiative is designed to enable enterprises to save money and accelerate business modernization by moving their COBOL-based business processes and applications onto a cloud platform.

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Alchemy Solutions Shows Moving COBOL to .NET Isn’t Magic

A suite of legacy modernization technologies focused on migration to Microsoft .NET Framework technologies and first developed by Fujitsu Computer Systems Corp. are now available through a new company called Alchemy Solutions Inc.

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Micro Focus, Veryant Bring SOA Modernization to COBOL

Micro Focus and Veryant are bringing new tools to the troublesome and time-consuming task of how to safely and easily bring COBOL-based business and applications assets into SOA.

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Fujitsu Pushes COBOL Support for Web Services

Fujitsu wants to bring better support for COBOL to the Eclipse IDE with plug-in modules for writing, editing and debugging COBOL to the Open Source framework. To date, Eclipse has focused on Java and C/C++. The decision to include COBOL in Eclipse follows Fujitsu's work earlier this year to bring COBOL support to Microsoft's .NET framework and Linux platforms.

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