As today's organizations race to capitalize on social, mobile and cloud computing trends, will enterprise IT's "ol' reliable"— the mainframe server— weather the storm and survive this latest round of technological innovation? Last time the mainframe's relevance was threatened, service-oriented architecture (SOA), Web services and XML "wrappering" gave the mainframe a much-needed boost of agility, and under the radar, mainframe server technology has continually improved. But what are the experts predicting this time around? Read this expert handbook to learn more about the mainframe's evolving role in modern enterprise IT, get the inside scoop on application modernization, find out how leading companies are approaching modernization projects, and discover the surprising role that business process management (BPM) can play in modernization efforts. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Mainframes encounter the Web, cloud and SOA -- and survive
- For app modernization, align tech projects, business visions
- BPM fills some application modernization needs, but not all
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