HP, Intel and Oracle to Modernize Applications for Legacy Mainframe Customers

Subject: General Tech | October 24, 2006 - 03:02 PM |
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SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 24, 2006 — HP,
Intel Corp. and Oracle* today announced a joint initiative to help
customers increase business agility and performance
, reduce operational
cost, and mitigate risk when moving applications from mainframe systems
to open standards-based server environments.

Introduced at Oracle OpenWorld, the
Application Modernization Initiative provides customers a comprehensive
solution to help modernize their legacy application portfolios running
on legacy mainframes. The initiative uses service-oriented architecture
(SOA) principles and enterprise grid computing platforms that provide
increased reliability and efficiency without the dependency on legacy
mainframe skills.

After a detailed assessment and analysis
of the customer's mainframe applications portfolio, an appropriate
standards-based solution is recommended as a more agile and
cost-effective alternative. As part of this process, a pre-defined and
pre-tested reference architecture based on HP, Intel and Oracle
technologies is used to reduce risk and implementation time.

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