From Unix to Linux with Adabas/Natural

The Unix derivates from HP, IBM and SUN are dead.

Adabas/Natural applications live on!

Adabas/Natural applications are the bedrock of business success in many companies and organizations. They have been running stably and performing well for decades on the mainframe on both Linux and Unix.

The dwindling relevance of the Unix platforms (< 3% according to a Gartner study) has prompted Software AG to announce that they are ending support for Adabas/Natural on HP-UX, AIX and Solaris on 31 December 2024.

Unix users now face great risks. They must move their productive systems so that business-critical applications can continue to run securely.

Doing nothing is not an option.

 

The situation is critical:

 

Support for Adabas/Natural on Unix will end on 31 December 2024.

After that, it will not be possible to operate business-critical applications securely on Unix.

Replacing Adabas/Natural applications completely would result in high costs and immense risks.

PKS helps you re-host your Adabas/Natural applications on Linux

 

With its many years of experience and automated procedures for re-hosting Adabas and Natural, PKS is the perfect partner for our JCL re-hosting.

Philipp Löffler Software AG

Some of our customers:

Transfer your Adabas/Natural applications to Linux with PKS and benefit from these advantages:

 

Continued cutting-edge, stable, low-risk operation of your applications

Standard infrastructure and modern operating concepts (e.g. virtualization, containerization, cloud)

Protected investment thanks to the SAG ‘Adabas & Natural 2050+’ strategy.

Attractive, highly discounted licence transfer with Software AG (subscription migration)

Why PKS is the ideal partner for this project:

Many years of experience in the Adabas/Natural environment

Extensive expertise in technology transformation

Automated processes and flexible parsing technology

SME efficiency with rapid communication

Reach your goal in three steps:

Step 1

Take a few minutes to answer our short questionnaire, and we’ll get back to you with some initial expert feedback.

Fill in the questionnaire

Step 2

We perform a quick assessment to identify conversion risks and no-brainers for you (3–6 days).

Step 3

You receive a detailed project proposal for the conversion, and then you can decide what sort of support you’d like from us.


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