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What to Consider when Evaluating a Mainframe Migration – Ensure Functionality, Security and Scalability

June 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Is your mainframe becoming more of a challenge on your IT processing budget? 


According to recent research, CIOs reported that the increased use of mobile and IoT applications have increased MIPS consumption by more than 41%. Additionally, mainframe workloads are increasing and becoming more varied.

Luckily, there are ways to achieve increased performance, scalability and security, while saving up to 90% of your yearly IT expenditures.

By integrating the processing functionality of the mainframe with the economical and powerful capabilities of the Microsoft .NET infrastructure, companies can actually see better performance after a migration than they saw when they were still on their mainframe.
Replatforming tools like 

NeoSuite position companies to more easily be able to modernize their applications since they find themselves in an infrastructure that has many, many more options in how to integrate legacy processing with current day demands.

- Reduce IT spend by up to 90% per year
- Consider the benefits of an ROI of 15 months or less
- Extend your applications so that you can be more agile in responding to changing business needs

Join us to learn:
- How replatforming with tools like NeoSuite can save you money
- How your seasoned development resources can be up to speed in less than a week
- How you can leverage newer technologies to ensure superior system performance and security

About the Speakers:

Raul Menendez is an Application Development Manager at CBS Corporation. He is an accomplished leader in application development with a consistent track record of success. He has managed technology roadmaps, development teams, support organizations, and authored four best-selling mainframe books. He’s a hands-on executive with a wide variety of technical experience in both distributed and mainframe environments.
Currently, he manages a team of developers who migrated Simon and Schuster Publishing to NeoBatch and NeoKicks. In addition, he also led the migration of CBS Television Distribution system to NeoSuite.


Walter Sweat is the Principal Technical Architect at GT Software. He has over forty years’ experience working on mainframe applications, as well as mainframe migration and modernization projects. Prior to working at GT Software, Walter worked for numerous Fortune 500 companies such as Home Depot and Dell.



June 28
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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