Interested in learning how to leverage agile COBOL to drive digital transformation? Curious to see how mainframe APIs can benefit your company? Our webinars and videos provide the answers to many of today’s leading questions.
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Learn how Ivory Service Architect can API enable your mainframe and why it is the most complete solution for mainframe integration.
Learn how Ivory Service Architect can help your company successfully integrate your legacy system through the use of REST and SOAP APIs.
Learn how mainframe migration can increase overall performance, scalability and security, all while saving up to 90% in yearly IT expenditures.
This five minute demo will give you a quick overview of how GT Software's Software Application Analyzer, which is powered by ib-ARM®, works.
See how you can quickly create a RESTful API based on CICS transaction, using GT Software's Ivory product.
Watch as Ivory creates a simple RESTful API based off of a mainframe IMS transaction, in under 60 seconds.
Demo showing Ivory efficiently and easily creating an API based on a 3270 applications on the mainframe.
Building composite APIs doesn't have to be difficult. GT Software's Ivory will easily create complex REST and SOAP APIs.
Learn all about the evolution of APIs, the emerging API Economy for Digital Enterprises, and how GT Software can help you get started with creating your own APIs.
GT Software and Computer Measurement Group team up for an informative webinar detailing why COBOL still makes sense in the age of digital transformation.
Are you tired of the challenges from working with Micro Focus Dialog System’s old, proprietary platform? GT Software and Flexus have developed a migration solution to allow you to break free.
American Airlines’ Justin Kerchal and IBM’s Barry Baker will discuss how easy it was for American Airlines to streamline the process of maintaining their fleet.
Discover the hidden costs of distributed system COBOL compilers. Explore the true Total Cost of Ownership and how you should consider all costs and not just the obvious compiler expense.