The First Software Defined Mainframe Is Swiss (ICTBusiness)

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The Swiss startup, LzLabs, has created a container-based solution that will allow companies to migrate applications now on legacy systems to Linux server platforms and open source cloud. All without rewriting or recompiling even one line of code.

After five years of testing, LzLabs (Zurich) is almost ready for the inauguration of the first mainframe defined by software in the world. A solution designed to enable companies to migrate legacy applications to Linux server platforms and open source cloud. Announced from the stage of Cebit in Hanover, the solution is still in the testing phase at the ten partner companies and will be offered both in the Red Hat Linux data center, or through the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.

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