5 million lines of code Natural/ADABAS to Java EE project successfully closed
March 14, 2012.
FreeSoft (www.freesoftus.com) and its customer successfully closed the Adabas/Natural modernization project at the end of November 2011 after the successful UAT period. The scope of the project was the migration of over 20.000 Natural objects including 9.500 programs and 8.000 MAPs, exceeding 5M Lines of Code to Java EE. The migration project started in August 2010 and ended November 2011.
FreeSoft (www.freesoftus.com) and its customer successfully reached sign-off for the Adabas/Natural legacy modernization project targeting the migration of the system to Java EE and RDBMS after the successful UAT period.
The original legacy system was replaced with the new JAVA EE/RDBMS application - optionally running on Oracle, MSSQL or other RDBMS products - and the customer entered the rollout phase after the migration project sign-off. The original system has been serving over 90 organizations and many thousand users in the public sector for decades, that will use the migrated system in the future. An important milestone in the rollout is the first end-user installation that is scheduled for Q2 2012. The main characteristics of the legacy applications are: over 300 ADABAS files (few hundreds MBs to TBs), over 20.000 Natural objects including 9.500 programs and 8.000 MAPs, exceeding 5M Lines of Code. The migration project started in August 2010 and ended November 2011.
For further details please contact: Vladimir Orszagh, PMP
March 14, 2012.
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