Mainframe Migration to Microsoft Azure

As an experienced Microsoft Gold Partner and Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) of many years, we bring intelligent modernisation to Microsoft Azure at a fraction of the cost and risk of rewrites or replacements by harnessing the best automation technology, process, and expertise in the industry. 

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Why modernise to Microsoft Azure?


Scarcity of domain expertise

Developers and database administrators who understand mainframe technology are reaching retirement age, resulting in a steadily diminishing talent pool. As this shortage grows, the costs and risks of relying on legacy languages and databases will continue to rise.

Limited flexibility

Companies are rapidly moving to modern environments and practices such as DevOps and Azure Cloud, while mainframes and the languages and databases that support them were not designed for modern IT, resulting in difficult integrations and limited flexibility.

Exorbitant costs

Mainframes cost as much as 4,500 per cent more to operate than equivalent Azure counterparts, a figure compounded by a scarcity of development resources and rising licensing and maintenance fees for ancillary mainframe utilities, applications, and databases. 

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Over 35 years of mainframe modernisation experience

More than 500 successful modernisation projects completed

Over 2.5 billion lines of code refactored through automation

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