February 26, 2020
Webinars highlight easy COBOL revitalization
Major updates can be made with no changes to code
SALT LAKE CITY — Organizations that utilize non-mainframe COBOL systems for mission-critical operations can learn how to revitalize COBOL systems without changing a line of application code with the c-treeRTG data management solution in a three-part webinar series. The free series is presented by global data management leader FairCom Corporation and will air March 3-5.
“COBOL still plays a vital part in day-to-day operations, and moving off of it is not a viable option for many. Fortunately, there is an easy way to keep and preserve all of the investment that has been made in a non-mainframe COBOL system so it can have disaster recovery, use modern programming languages and have real-time analytics,” said Evaldo Oliveira, FairCom’s director of business development. “The webinars address the pains COBOL users are experiencing and how they can overcome them with c-treeRTG. Each episode stands on its own so attendees can choose the topics in which they are most interested.”
The schedule includes:
- March 3, 3 p.m. EST (12 p.m. PST) – Eliminate COBOL data corruption and implement high availability/disaster recovery strategies
- March 4, 3 p.m. EST (12 p.m. PST) – Easily Modernize COBOL applications by developing new modules in PHP, Python, and Java
- March 5, 3 p.m. EST (12 p.m. PST) – Real-time analytics on COBOL data
The RTG stands for “Ready-To-Go”, reflecting the principle of a plug-and-play solution, and it enables an organization to:
- Modernize a legacy system with current technology
- Migrate more easily from a legacy system to a new one
- Connect APIs to other systems, providing quick and easy access to live data for analytics and business intelligence
FairCom Corporation is a software industry pioneer and a global database technology leader. Its reputation of innovation began in 1979 and continues today with fast, reliable products that are trusted by organizations in a broad spectrum of industries, ranging from small and medium-sized businesses to enterprise level organizations, including Fortune 100 members. Additional information is available at FairCom.com.