Leverage the Power of Open

With the LzLabs Software Defined Mainframe®

Some of the world’s largest organizations are caught in the nexus of dependency on proprietary mainframe applications with painstaking development cycles. These organizations are closed to the world of innovation enabled by the open-source software community. Consequently, they suffer from a lack of agility and are threatened by agile peers unhampered by the shackles of the mainframe.


No organization should be dependent on such a model in the 21st century.


Luckily, there is a better, smarter, way.


At LzLabs our mission is to create revolutionary software solutions, leveraging the creativity of open source innovation and the power of cloud computing to reduce the risks associated with dependency on proprietary solutions and to help businesses attract a modern workforce.


If you would like to learn more about how we can help you run legacy applications in modern environments, without the need to modify and recompile mainframe application source code, download the Power of Open White Paper below.


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Mark Cresswell, Chief Executive Officer

Dale Vecchio, Chief Marketing Officer

Download our White Paper

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The Power of Open white paper gives an overview of the benefits available to companies that make the switch from legacy applications to rehosting mainframe workloads into an infrastructure based on open systems.


It will help you understand how you can:

Mitigate the impending skills crisis associated with legacy systems

– Leverage development and scaling benefits of containers by moving your data to open systems

– Introduce familiar DevOps tools to legacy applications

– Turn sluggish applications and data into agile Microservices

Make use of real-time analytics by moving transactional updates to open environments


…and more!

The Power of Software Defined Mainframe

Built on x86, cloud-enabled and powered by open innovation - discover the power of the LzLabs Software Defined Mainframe…