GT Software Solutions Overview | Mainframe SOA Integration

By: Gt Software  09-12-2011
Keywords: web services, Ivory, Mainframe Integration

GT Software is committed to providing industry-leading mainframe integration solutions to support your hardware and software choices. 

The Ivory Server for Linux on Systems z allows you to offload 100% of your SOA and web services work load – meaning that mainframe integration has zero impact on your general purpose processor (GPP).

CA Datacom, CA Ideal, and CA IDMS are the backbone of many mission-critical applications at many corporations. GT Software helps our customers successfully extend the capabilities of these technologies and provide added value to these essential systems.

Direct integration from SAP to legacy applications as well as data significantly increases the value of SAP. Ivory will also allow legacy applications to access SAP modules and data rather than replicating that functionality or data further increasing its value.

Real-time data synchronization allows an organization to develop new applications with confidence knowing that the data in the applications is up-to-date with data in the mainframe business applications.

Often overlooked, VSE shops have the same business needs for mainframe integration that large z/OS shops have. All GT Software products run on VSE and z/VSE with the same functionality that you find on System z machines.

Seeing is believing! 

of the unique mainframe integration solution that has key analysts and industry leaders saying, "WOW – Ivory is really different!"

Keywords: Ivory, Mainframe Integration, Mainframe Integration Solutions, web services,

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GT Software Ivory Product Family mainframe integration | Mainframe SOA Integration

Using Ivory, developers can seamlessly integrate the mainframe with new technologies like mobile banking, web-based portals, business intelligence, business process management and packaged applications. Ivory Service Architect enables you to extend access to mainframe applications, data and processes through web services — with no code written, generated or changed and no additional MIPS usage.