Open Mainframe Project participates in many events around the world to showcase the modern mainframe and how Linux and Open Source are first class citizens on it.
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Open Source Summit/Embedded Linux Conference (Seattle, Washington + Virtual)
September 27 - September 30
Open Source Summit and Embedded Linux Conference will be held on-site in Seattle, Washington as well as virtually on September 27-30. It is the leading conference for developers, architects and other technologists – as well as open source community and industry leaders – to collaborate, share information, learn about the latest technologies and gain a competitive advantage by using innovative open solutions. To learn more about the event, which is co-located with Open Source Summit, or to register for it, please go to the main Embedded Linux Conference website here.
Open Mainframe will be have a virtual booth at the event – look for that online. Additionally, Open Mainframe participants from the Mentorship Program will be giving a presentation.
Wednesday, September 29 at 11:30 – 12:20 pm PDT:
Modernizing Code Older than You Are: One Student Takes a COBOL Bank App to Hybrid Cloud – Sudhanshu Dubey, Open Mainframe Project Summer Mentee and student from Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College; and Misty Decker, Contributor of Open Mainframe Project’s COBOL Working Group and Product Marketing Manager from Micro Focus
Billions of lines of COBOL are still running the core IT of thousands of companies but those applications have largely been left out of modern advances in IT. Misty Decker will introduce the Open Mainframe Project’s COBOL Working Group and how they are working to address COBOL skills and modernization of legacy core applications. As part of the Open Mainframe Project’s mentorship program, student Sudhanshu Dubey demonstrated the options for modernizing an existing COBOL application to address the business needs and prove the future possibilities. Sudhanshu will demonstrate how he:
- Ran analysis tools on a monolithic banking core application
- Identified key services that could be externalized
- Ran the application in a hybrid cloud environment
- Modernized the user experience COBOL can be a part of modern hybrid cloud environments.
Add this to your schedule here.
Open Mainframe Project is a Bronze sponsor of the event. To register or learn more about event, visit the main Embedded Linux Conference website.