The Return of Mainframes

Mainframe and Web services extended
Not only have reports of the death of the mainframe proven to be greatly exaggerated, but now IT organizations are looking to integrate the old warhorses and the apps they run with new and emerging technologies. Read expanded ADT coverage of trends in mainframe utilization. Read more

My meeting with a legacy transformation architect
A conversation with with Jim Rhyne (left), an engineer and legacy modernization architect.
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Revenge of the monolith
"People thought they were going to throw their mainframes away," said Dale Vecchio at Gartner's recent AD Summit in Los Angeles. "That didn't happen."
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