Even though we're focusing our demo on the TLM Repository
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) August 27, 2008
MAKE will be featured as part of Intel's Inside Innovation Showcase at Oracle OpenWorld, demonstrating the latest capabilities of its legacy modernization platform in the form of a large interactive display, to be operated by show attendees with a wireless Nintendo Wii controller.
MAKE's Wu-Shin Legacy System Visual Navigator lets you interactively explore an integrated semantic database containing all the information generated during a modernization project, including code, data models, specifications, business processes, and videos of users interacting with the legacy system.
The semantic database is a key part of MAKE's Transformational Legacy Modernization (TLM) platform, incorporating all of the present case analysis assets of a legacy ecosystem, including mechanical and human interactions. As a semantic modernization technology, TLM goes beyond traditional 'modernization' approaches and deals with the meaning and purpose of the system within the organization.
The MAKE booth will also feature a demo of the TLM/Data Modernization product, which can be used standalone to transform a legacy data structure into a modern RDBMS (relational database management system).
"We are releasing Version 4 of our TLM platform in September," said Mik Lernout, Director of Technology at MAKE, "so we thought that OpenWorld and the Intel Inside Innovation Showcase would be a great opportunity to introduce a key component of TLM to the IT community at large."
"Even though we're focusing our demo on the TLM Repository," Lernout continues, "TLM 4.0 has a boatload of new features: improved source code analysis, redesigned code generation, a modernization dashboard and integration of videos. The TLM 4 methodology and toolset is making it cheaper, easier and safer than ever to modernize your legacy system."
MAKE's booth will be located at: 3444 Moscone West - Inside Innovation - Space INS 6
OpenWorld runs from September 21 through 25 at San Francisco's Moscone Center.
Since 1999 MAKE Technologies has led the way in legacy modernization technology, helping organizations streamline business processes and replace aging legacy applications in a single engagement and at the lowest possible risk and cost. MAKE creates Java-based SOA (service-oriented architecture) solutions with its patent-pending Transformational Legacy Modernization (TLM) platform for clients directly and through global partnerships with IBM, Oracle, EDS and Unisys. MAKE is headquartered in Vancouver, BC, Canada.