LAGUNA NIGUEL,CA & BUENOS AIRES de ARGENTINA & MADRID de ESPANA. (PRWEB) November 07, 2012
Infinite Corporation, a global IT integrator, has announced today that hit has completed a multi-million line of code COBOL migration from IBM System I (AS/400) to Linux. The client is a global Financial Services firm.
“This migration included complex COBOL applications with millions of lines of code and thousands of interfaces. The Infinite Project Management team used Infinite’s Infinite I toolset to recompile and deploy the COBOL applications under Linux without having to rewrite a single line of code. The process was greatly simplified from other migration tools and services offerings and the applications are now in production under Linux running on IBM X86 servers, commented Raquela Kaplan, Infinite Corporation.
“As part of the migration, Infinite branded tools were used to migrate the data to Oracle from IBM’s proprietary database and the applications now uses the same data structure of the Financial Services firm’s other enterprise applications. As a result, the BI (Business Intelligence) tools in use by the firm are now also being used to incorporate data from the COBOL system,” continued Kaplan.
About Infinite Corporation
Infinite Corporation is a global IT integrator. The company enjoys over 100,000 installations in 56 countries. Infinite operates from offices on 4 continents. Its expertise is represented in several practice areas. These include legacy applications migration, the implementation of enterprise scale database architecture and the Cloud-based deployment of business applications. Infinite Corporation operates from Headquarters offices in Orange County, California, Buenos Aires de, Argentina, Madrid de Espana and regional offices worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.infinitecorporation.com
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