Learn how to connect your mainframe COBOL applications to new channels, applications and services with APIs.
APIs have become the standard way of connecting applications, data and devices in our increasingly connected economy. And the good news is that your valuable mainframe applications and data can easily participate by providing APIs or consuming APIs.
If you still have an application supporting your organization 20 years or more after it was built, it’s not legacy, it’s mission critical. These systems are used every day, but the general public likely doesn’t know it. They are part of our tax systems, social services, and public safety. They run the stock market, our…
The Pennsylvania Justice Network (JNET) is an integrated, secure justice portal providing an online environment for authorized users to access public safety and criminal justice information.
The OWCP mission is to protect the interests of workers who are injured or become ill on the job, their families and their employers by making timely, appropriate, and accurate decisions on claims, providing prompt payment of benefits and helping injured workers return to gainful work as early as is feasible.
The Mission of Health and Human Services(HHS) department is clear: Promoting well-being, ensuring safety, improving health, and enhancing the employment possibilities for the citizens served by the various agencies at every level of government.
APIs have become the standard way of connecting applications, data and devices in our increasingly connected economy.
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What you need to know is how to expose and re-use the rock-solid COBOL functionality with new technologies and incorporate new capabilities into your core applications – all without scouring the globe for available COBOL programmers to add to your current staff!
When a citizen needs information about their court case schedule and monies owed for court fees, this information is stored on the mainframe in multiple legacy systems.
Mainframes are often the secret behind successful agencies. But as groundbreaking applications and architectures become the new normal, mainframes need to coexist with the contemporary world.