Reducing reliance on source code enables migration to Linux, x86 and the cloud
Mark Cresswell, CEO of LzLabs, discusses how the traditional approach to mainframe re-hosting - involving recompilation of source code - is fraught with issues that often render projects costly and unsuccessful. He summarises the benefits of an alternative, software-defined approach that enables migration of mainframe workload and data to open systems, without recompilation.
The key topics covered include:
- Unravelling the 'Gordian Knot' of application interdependencies
- Encoding issues faced when moving from mainframe to x86
- Overcoming the challenge of data processing when migrating from mainframe database to PostgreSQL