“Integrate Core Systems to the cloud instatntly”
OpenLegacy helps organizations quickly develop a composable enterprise by extending their core (legacy) systems to the web, mobile, and cloud in days or weeks versus months. Their API software quickly reduces project backlog by automating and accelerating API creation, deployment, testing, and management from core applications, mainframes, and databases. Together, business and IT teams can quickly, easily, and securely meet consumer, partner, or employee demands for digital services without modernizing or replacing core systems, and without special programming skills or invasive changes to existing systems and architectures.
OpenLegacy pioneered Digital-Driven Integration as a way to handle the most complex part of application integrations—the connections with legacy systems, mainframes, applications, and databases. Based on dozens of years in the legacy space, they realized this need was not adequately met by current vendors. Most often, vendors can handle integrations well except for this critical, complex part of the process. Yet most established organizations rely on legacy technology to run their business. They found a way to do these integrations far faster than any other current method so companies can be agile and innovative today and more easily migrate off the legacy system in the future. It’s a solution for today—and tomorrow.
The new OL Hub offering isn’t a rewrite so much as a repositioning of that initial approach, which the company refers to as its IDE (integrated development environment). The company touts OL Hub’s capability to create an “end-to-end API factory” for digital services, as opposed to the “one-off” services that it previously generated.
“The OL Hub like the IDE supports parsing legacy assets from an IBM I platform in the same way the IDE does but makes it much easier,” OpenLegacy Chief Product Officer Zeev Avidan tells IT Jungle via email. “It still supports all the common languages and databases. The only thing the OL Hub doesn’t support is parsing IBM I screens,” which is supported in the IDE and which the company plans to add to OL Hub.