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Dell guns for IBM mainframes with Clerity gobble
Clerity says it has over 1,300 sites worldwide using its migration and rehosting tools today. At the time Sun bought the UniKix business from Critical Path more than a decade ago, that business had 300 customers with 900 installations and Sun was expecting to do around 50 mainframe replacements a year and generate maybe $100m in hardware, software, and services revenues a year. Sun boosted the UniKix installed base to 1,400 sites by the time it sold it to Clerity in 2006.
Clerity to Revive Mainframe Rehosting after Acquiring Sun Tools
Clerity Solutions has a 15-year history of providing porting services and tools from obscure computing systems to more modern computers. But by acquiring a set of mainframe application porting and rehosting tools from Sun Microsystems, which the company quietly did at the end of June, Clerity is now a relatively big player at many mainframe shops.
Clerity, which is based in the Chicago suburb of Oakbrook Terrace, has been doing ports of old Wang word processing systems and HP 3000 MPE-based minicomputers to other platforms, and had approximately 25 employees before buying Sun’s Mainframe Transaction Processing (MTP) and Mainframe Batch Manager (MBM) systems software and middleware for an undisclosed sum. The MTP software is, in essence, a clone of IBM’s CICS transaction monitor and COBOL environment for mainframes, and MBM is a set of software that can mimic the Job Control Language of a mainframe that runs batch jobs. Clerity has acquired all of the intellectual property associated
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ATX’s core reengineering environment is based on abstracting the source language to a language-independent model on which all analysis and processing is performed. As such, the environment has the capability to support multiple languages in addition to Oracle Forms, COBOL and Access. Delphi, SQL (PL/SQL and T-SQL) and VB6 are just some other languages currently supported.