Capita, a company based in England and Wales, determined that one of their important software assets called PRISM required modernization, including code transformation, platform migration, and database migration. Capita engaged TSRI, with their proven automated modernization services, to complete this project, which was finished in 2 months.
The US Navy, under the auspices of the Navy E-Business office, undertook a major pilot program to assess the feasibility and business value of using commercial automated transformation software to convert legacy code into modern, object oriented, NMCI compliant code.
TSRI modernized a legacy DEC BASIC V 1.4 system, using a RMS VSAM database, into fully normalized Oracle 11g relational database PL/SQL using stored procedures (SP) running on IBM P-Series with the AIX 6.1 OS. To support the high volume transaction requirements associated with providing services for millions of shareholders of the several thousand public companies serviced by our client, TSRI made extensive optimizations during the modernization by rationalizing and normalizing the database, generating PL/SQL access logic for the normalized DB , excising screen logic to support UI replacement, and encapsulating the derived SPs as services in a multi-tier, multi-tenant, parallel, service-oriented (SOA), cloud-based run-time architecture.