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Incorporating mainframe legacy applications into SOA
What is our long
It’s time to test our business contingency plans again
Do more with less?
That doesn’t even make sense…
The CFO wants to review the project ROI this week….
COBOL programmer retiring - how will we find a replacement?
Businesses must be agile
IT enables business agility
An architectural strategy is key
IT pace is a problem
“The number of organizations where SOA is the preferred approach for new projects has grown from 37% in 2005 to 53% in 2006”[IDC survey, June 2006]
The goal is the architecture
SOA? EDA? Both?
ESB? BPM? BI?
Java? .NET? Both?
The Reality of Legacy approach for new projects has grown from 37% in 2005 to 53% in 2006”
Legacy systems are too important not to participate!
The technology is yours alone
SOA is an architecture
The choice is about your business
Aligning IT implementations
Legacy can participate
Rewrite or re-host
Low risk approach
Non-invasive legacy inclusion is possible
Non-invasive screen solution
Host-based hybrid solution
Transaction and data access solution
Use existing legacy systems and applications to build self-service applications
Apply an SOA approach so future needs can be accommodated
Non-invasive host interactions using Verastream Host Integrator
Create services through ‘controlled navigations’
Used BizTalk to buid customer facing loan application
Biztalk used Verastream services to handle host queries and updates
Verastream Services approach for new projects has grown from 37% in 2005 to 53% in 2006”
BizTalk App built
Customer facing Loan
App w/ embedded
Verastream approach for new projects has grown from 37% in 2005 to 53% in 2006”
Color Picker Chips
Copy and paste onto working slide for color reference
THREAT DETECTION approach for new projects has grown from 37% in 2005 to 53% in 2006”
3RD PARTY TOOLS
PDA/SMART PHONE approach for new projects has grown from 37% in 2005 to 53% in 2006”
USER GROUP (HALF)
USER GROUP (FULL)
TREND REPORTING approach for new projects has grown from 37% in 2005 to 53% in 2006”