VERANG has extensive experience in migrating mainframe databases and data sets to modern environments. We have experience solely rehosting mainframe database as well as rehosting databases during full modernization of legacy systems. In our experience, only Oracle, DB2, and MSSQL provide sophisticated enough configurations for scaling and redundancy, and along with the Cloud are our target environment when rehosting a database.
Source Mainframe Database
Source Mainframe Databases Migrated Automatically
OS & TP Monitor Emulation
Target Mainframe Databases
Migrating to the Cloud
VERANG can migrate to shown mainframes or to the cloud. When migrating to the cloud, VERANG uses partners specialized in FedRamp certified cloud service providers such as Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure to successfully migrate the legacy mainframe to a secure cloud service provider.
Since our migrated code operates in the “open source” environment, we have many opportunities for integration with other platforms. We are quite comfortable deploying across multiple O/S types e.g. some servers can be Windows and others Linux and the user would not notice. Our communication facilities that replace EntireX are fully interoperable over different platforms.
We provide mainframe compatible FTP client for batch and we can generate and consume EBCDIC or ASCII files in batch.
From our perspective, we do not see any difference between Windows or Linux deployment. Our utilities are available and compatible in both environments.
Scalability of Servers
In our experience only Oracle, DB2 and MSSQL provide sophisticated configurations for scaling and redundancy.
The migrated code is very scalable since one can add application or batch servers ad infinitum, limited only by the performance of the database which will always be the bottleneck. It is important that the database servers be given the right amount of resources.
Other operations are equally scalable by virtue of the ability to add cheap servers.