Micro Focus Visual COBOL
for Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 reflects this commitment, delivering a significant advantage for today's enterprise application developer as they look to improve their development experience, increase personal productivity, accelerate time to market and future-proof existing COBOL
An open source solution for COBOL
workloads allows sites to take advantage of the open systems world without having to pay premium prices for proprietary COBOL
This provides a continuing job market for COBOL
programmers as older programmers retire and new programmers are hired to replace them.
Included in Acucorp's extend are solutions that enable COBOL
applications to: interoperate with .
language is easy to learn because statements read like English descriptions of what they actually do.
Miner as a stand-alone product helps our customers leverage their resources to their fullest capabilities and builds on Blueprint's mission to improve software reuse and leverage existing investments," said Ralph Alexander, CEO and President of Blueprint Technologies.
The combination of Microsoft's visual development tools and Fujitsu COBOL
opens new deployment options for legacy COBOL
R3 is the first solution to translate the COBOL
language directly to the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), allowing developers to create COBOL
applications for the JVM framework and seamlessly integrate with Java.
Many HP3000 users with significant COBOL
investments are migrating to IBM eServer products," said Ian Jarman, IBM eServer iSeries product manager.
It's estimated there are several billion lines of UNISYS COBOL
code in need of date remediation within the next year and a half," said IAI Chief Technology Officer Kevin Coyne.
By adding the power and flexibility of the Java platform to existing COBOL
programs, companies can preserve vital application and data assets while gaining the benefits of new technology options," explained Alfredo Iglesias, vice president, Veryant.
The Fujitsu COBOL
Cartridge will extend the wide range of language choices that are supported by Oracle Web Application Server beyond Java, C/C++, PL/SQL, Perl and VRML to include COBOL