FreeSoft named again in ISG Provider Lens, Mainframes – Services and Solutions 2024

ISG Provider LensTM  for Mainframes – Services and Solutions assesses service providers that modernize mainframe applications for the cloud and those that offer mainframe outsourcing and MFaaS. It also evaluates automation tool vendors for refactoring, rehosting, replatforming, rewriting and reengineering applications.

FreeSoft has been recognized as product challenger by its comprehensive modernization offering in the Mainframe Application Modernization Software focus area of the report. FreeSoft develops and delivers various legacy migration and modernization services for enterprise clients to move to cloud-ready and cloud-native deployments. More …

FreeSoft recognized as PRODUCT CHALLENGER in ISG Provider Lens™ report for “Mainframes — Services and Solutions” 2023 USA and Europe

Information Services Group (ISG), a leading global technology research and advisory firm has published its ISG Provider Lens™ research for Mainframes — Services and Solutions for 2023.

The ISG Provider Lens™ for Mainframes — Services and Solutions 2023 USA and Europe compares provider strengths, challenges, and competitive differentiators in five different quadrants:

  • Mainframe Application Modernization Software
  • Mainframe Modernization Services
  • Mainframe Application Modernization and Transformation Services
  • Mainframe as a Service
  • Mainframe Operations

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Successful Go-live after Mainframe ADABAS/Natural core banking system conversion to Java

After a full-scale Mainframe ADABAS/Natural conversion project and final UAT our European customer has also completed the go-production phase with its converted core banking system in Java successfully. The conversion project results, and the go-live process has been approved by The Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin).

The legacy environment is a typical core banking system with various on-line applications for clerks, batch processing for scheduled maintenance of customers’ financial records in a highly secured environment, comprising 6 million LoC Natural sources, 650 ADABAS files, 7.000 JCLs and hundreds of batch schedules that all have been automatically converted to Java and Oracle on open system. More …

FreeSoft becomes an AWS Select Consulting Partner

We are proud to announce that FreeSoft have been recognized as an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Select Consulting Partner to provide exceptional knowledge and support for AWS.

FreeSoft develops and delivers a variety of legacy migration and modernization services to the legacy user community. Our focus is the high-platform systems like Mainframes with COBOL, PL/I, Natural/ADABAS, VSAM, JCL, etc. We can assist you with transitioning your mission critical applications to modern technology platforms with a particular emphasis on technology stacks like Java, SQL, NoSQL, cloud.

Cloud based infrastructures are an emerging construction for agile organizations, because they can lower costs and speed up the development process itself using cloud computing feature. FreeSoft is dedicated to provide the latest and best database and application modernization solutions to its clients and joining the AWS Partner Network is supporting this approach.

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IBM partnership

FreeSoft has become partner of IBM. FreeSoft’s legacy system analysis and migration services play a key role in customers’ journeys of digital transformation and system modernization.

Converting ObjectStar

Recently we have warmed up our activity related to TIBCO ObjectStar conversions to Java that we had already started once years ago.
Considering the uniqueness of the OBS rule based platform and its control by Metastore, finding a feasible way to convert ObjectStar applications to a web based Java architecture proved to be an exciting technical challenge. Contact us for further information!

MongoDB partnership

FreeSoft has become a partner for MongoDB reported as the leading NoSQL database, with significant adoption among the Fortune 500 and Global 500. Besides traditional SQL based database engines we started to use MongoDB NoSQL database in our internal development projects two years ago. We have also found that MongoDB might also be a good choice for storing legacy data migrated from pre-relational systems where it offers valuable compatibility with legacy type data access methods.
As read in an interesting post recently: “They are no longer viewed as antagonists to relational systems, but as systems with special, unique capabilities.”