If you want to get the most from your service oriented architecture, you must include the core applications that actually run your business. So if you’ve been side-stepping certain mainframe applications because they’re “stuck in a box,” you’ll want to explore this solution portal. It offers a variety of resources to help you unlock your legacy applications, service enable them, and reuse them with emerging technologies including SOA applications.
Attachmate can help you modernize your legacy assets without breaking your established business processes or your budget. That means core enterprise applications can participate in your service oriented architecture and in specific business-driven realms — like the burgeoning world of mobile devices.
Because Attachmate has been solving tough mainframe problems for more than 31 years, the legacy modernization challenge is tailor-made for our proficiency and experience. And we are proving conclusively that legacy systems are not as “locked up” as commonly believed.
Imagine: What if you could …
- Provide access to enterprise data via custom applications for your mobile workforce?
- Respond to changing business needs without risk to your present IT systems?
- Remove legacy impediments to doing business in the cloud?
- Continuously reuse enterprise applications, however and whenever needed, without disturbing legacy logic?
- Have a modernization option for applications that do not justify the time or expense of a full message enabled infrastructure?
At Attachmate, we know that a fully integrated services oriented architecture is the best path to any of those goals. And with Attachmate Verastream solutions, your legacy applications can contribute to your SOA in the way you need them to.
Verastream: Your Answer to Business-Driven Service Enablement
The advanced Verastream technology is built for rapid legacy modernization. It uses a low-risk method of wrapping your application components as services so newer technologies can plug into them. And with Verastream, you can get results without making your modernization project bigger than your driving business requirement. Below is the conceptual ‘recipe’ for rapid service enablement.
The resources below offer timely information on your path to service oriented architecture.