Infinite Announces New AS/400 in the Cloud Program
Infinite Corporation, a global Software and Services Provider has announced today the launch of its new AS/400 in the Cloud program.
Infinite has defined specific fixed fee AS/400 in the Cloud packages for the under 100-user marketplace. These packages provide a migration of RPG or COBOL applications from the IBM I platform to Amazon Cloud Services by migrating the applications to Linux/Oracle and executing migrated application under Amazon x86 servers. The new UI will be graphical and browser accessible via secure sign-in from any mobile or browser-based device.
The Infinite AS/400 in the Cloud solution allows clients the ability to use their existing interfaces and even hand held devices to access their applications using Amazon-based servers just as they would if they were retaining more expensive IBM i-based servers.
The benefits to clients who take advantage of this new offering are as follows: (1) Low fixed migration price, (2) Low fixed system costs moving forward, (3) The ability to add or reduce users as necessary without having to contract for long term resources, (4) The ability to use existing reporting methodologies IE: Query/400 or the ability to use Oracle-based reporting, (5) Data will be in Oracle format and accessible and useable by other Oracle-based applications in your enterprise, and (6) A graphical front end and browser accessibility included in price.
This new offering provides many midrange users the ability to migrate the applications to the cloud in a completely modernized way, at a fixed price with system support from Amazon. This is a revolutionary approach to the IBM I marketplace, said Raquela Kaplan, Director Marketing, Infinite Corporation.
To learn more about Infinite’s AS/400 in the Cloud Program, please visit http://vator.tv/person/bruceo-aacacio
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