Enterprise Modernisation on System z - Freedom Through Design
Many large organisations run their core enterprise business applications on IBM System z®. Customers want options to do business on-line -- a browser on their home computer, a smart phone, or tablet computer. Mainframe applications need to meet these demands for new services. Using existing application investments, rather than replacing or rewriting, is a time-tested approach to gaining competitive advantage. Enterprise modernisation reduces complexity, removes constraints and improves business agility. Modernised applications are more flexible and can support the changing needs of the business. Enterprise Modernisation is realised faster and with greater economies by:
- Reusing application assets that run your business
- Simplifying architectural complexity
- Improving quality and performance
- Using modern GUI tools to develop and maintain for any architecture
- Web enabling legacy applications through new services
ZZZS discusses how they modernised to an integrated paperless system that provides instant access to healthcare information enabling faster patient treatment, increased productivity and allows for future growth.
Considerations for Making System z your Enterprise Service Bus Deployment Platform Brochure (PDF, 950KB)
This white paper explores connectivity as fundamental in implementing a service oriented architecture, with the enterprise service bus at the heart of a successful implementation. It looks at System z as a deployment platform to alleviate concerns about the enterprise service bus reliability and performance while creating more value from investments in System z applications, data and skills.
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