Video Demo: Mainframe-to-AWS Data Replication with tcVISION from Treehouse Software

by Joseph Brady, Director of Business Development and Cloud Alliance Leader at Treehouse Software, Inc.

___Treehouse_Data_Flow_Cloud01

Whether your enterprise wants to take advantage of the latest AWS services, such as analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, scalable storage, security, high availability, etc., or move your data to a variety of newer databases, the transition doesn’t have to occur immediately. tcVISION allows real-time data synchronization of changes on either platform to be reflected on the other platform (e.g., a change to a PostgreSQL table is reflected back on the mainframe source database). The customer can then modernize their application on AWS without disrupting the existing critical work on the legacy system. 

tcVISION on AWS architecture overview:

___tcVISION_AWS_Overall_Architecture

tcVISION’s Control Board is a Windows Graphical User Interface (GUI) that allows users to configure the replication stream between the IBM mainframe and AWS. Using the Control Board and built-in wizards, users can define the metadata and mappings between the mainframe and AWS database target.

The following video shows the steps required to create the tcVISION metadata and scripts for replicating mainframe Db2 z/OS data to AWS PostgreSQL:

Where do you want to go?

With Treehouse Software’s tcVISION, mainframe data can be replicated between IBM Db2 z/OS, Db2 z/VSE, Adabas, VSAM, IMS/DB, CA IDMS, CA DATACOM, or sequential files, and many Cloud and Open Systems targets.

tcVISION is an innovative technology that offers comprehensive abilities to identify and capture changes occurring in mainframe and relational databases, then publish the required information to an impressive variety of targets, both on-premise and Cloud-based. A complete list of tcVISION supported environments for data replication can be seen here.


Further Reading…

_0_AWS_Logo

Treehouse Software is an AWS Technology Partner, and the AWS Partner Network published a blog about tcVISION, which shows a screen walk-through of tcVISION data replication from Db2 z/OS to Amazon Aurora:

https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/apn/real-time-mainframe-data-replication-to-aws-with-tcvision-from-treehouse-software/


__TSI_LOGO

Moving the right data, to the right place, at the right time. Start your demo today…

Just fill out the Treehouse Software Product Demonstration Request Form and a Treehouse representative will contact you to set up a time for your tcVISION demonstration. This will be a live, on-line demonstration that shows tcVISION replicating data from the mainframe to a Cloud or Open Systems target.

Treehouse Software White Paper: Mainframe-to-Cloud – The “Data First” Approach

by Joseph Brady, Director of Business Development / Cloud Alliance Lead at Treehouse Software, Inc.

Planning01

Data First Approach to Mainframe Modernization

This white paper serves as a guide for organizations planning to replicate their mainframe data on a Cloud platform. Much of an enterprise’s mission critical mainframe data is stored in legacy mainframe databases, and the cost to maintain these databases is high. An added complication is that the data is utilized by many interlinked and dependent programs that have been in place for many years, and sometimes, decades. Unlocking the value of this legacy data is difficult due to many very different types of mainframe databases.

Many organizations are now looking for modernization solutions that allow their legacy mainframe environments to continue, while replicating data in real time on highly available Cloud-based platforms. With a “data-first” approach, immediate data replication to the Cloud is enabling government, healthcare, supply chain, financial, and a variety of public service organizations to meet spikes in demand for vital information, especially in times of crisis.

Download the White Paper Here


__TSI_LOGO

Contact Treehouse Software for a Demo Today…

Just fill out the Treehouse Software Product Demonstration Request Form and a Treehouse representative will contact you to set up a time for your tcVISION demonstration. This will be a live, on-line demonstration that shows tcVISION replicating data from the mainframe to a Cloud or Open Systems target.

Treehouse Software’s Differentiator: Enterprise Mainframe Expertise Since 1982

by Joseph Brady, Director of Business Development and Cloud Alliance Lead at Treehouse Software, Inc. 

Treehoue_Mainframe_Experience

This blog explores Treehouse Software‘s decades worth of experience in helping mainframe customers with innovative tools, services, and training. 

When Treehouse Software began in 1982, the business focused on software that was complementary to the Software AG mainframe product line (Adabas database management system and Natural programming language) in the areas of security, control, auditing, performance enhancement, etc.

In more recent years, Treehouse Software has become a global leader in providing solutions for real-time and bi-directional data replication between a variety of mainframe and non-mainframe sources, including (Mainframe): Adabas, Db2, VSAM, IMS, CA Datacom, and CA IDMS; and (Non-mainframe): Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, PostgreSQL, Kafka, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM Db2 LUW and Db2 BLU, IBM Informix, MongoDB, Hadoop, and many more. Here is our list of supported data sources and targets.

Decades Worth of Mainframe Knowledge…

When asked by prospective customers, “What are your primary differentiators?”, we can be tempted to first talk about superior product features and capabilities, but it is Treehouse Software’s depth of knowledge and experience in the mainframe world that is the real game changer.

Most mainframe users face critical data management challenges due to the complexity and proprietary nature of deeply entrenched databases on the platform. Our extensive experience, deep knowledge, and wide-ranging capabilities in mainframe technologies make the company a valued partner for third-party solution providers and a trusted advisor to customers.

Treehouse Software’s visionary leadership in this market has included pioneering Adabas-to-RDBMS ETL and CDC with tRelational/DPS in the mid-1990s.  Today, Treehouse Software stands alone in its product maturity, and capability, including expanded capabilities with the tcVISION product, which enables migration and synchronization of virtually any mainframe or non-mainframe database or data source.

Despite the rapid pace of change in the IT landscape, Treehouse Software’s customer base can be assured that there remains a strong commitment to providing continued support and upgrades for the product suite.

Treehouse Software provides tools and expertise for the riskiest and most-often overlooked parts of modernization and integration projects – data migration and integration.   Tapping into the vast experience of Treehouse’s technicians, and using proven products and services eliminates reliance on end-customer programming staff to write and maintain data extracts and middleware. Treehouse Software’s know-how reduces cost and mitigates risk in legacy modernization initiatives, where data migration and integration complexity is often underestimated, yet critical to success.

Our Mainframe Experts are Our Best Assets

We are fortunate to have a staff with a wealth of knowledge and skills that span not only Mainframe, but Cloud, LUW, and Open Systems technologies. Whether a customer wants to move data from their mainframe platform to other on-premises open systems or LUW databases, or to the Cloud (e.g., AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, etc.), Treehouse Software has the technical expertise and support needed to ensure successful project completion.

Treehouse Software‘s technicians have installed products and trained end-users in some of the largest mainframe sites around the world.  Mature, robust, and reliable, these products are also backed by our highly-rated 24X7 technical support.

The Treehouse Team Approach

TechniciansConnectivity

Treehouse Software has proven its ability to partner and work effectively as part of a larger team to solve client problems.  AWS, Google, Microsoft, Deloitte, Accenture, and other large vendors have selected our technology, services, and training for their mainframe data migration and application modernization practices.


__tsi_logo_400x200

Contact Treehouse Software for a Product Demo Today…

Just fill out the Treehouse Software Product Demonstration Request Form and a Treehouse representative will contact you to set up a time for your online product demonstration.

Congratulations to Deloitte!

Deloitte and Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Powerful. Proven. Possible.

by Joseph Brady, Director of Business Development / Cloud Alliance Lead at Treehouse Software, Inc.

__AWS_Deloitte

We at Treehouse Software are proud to be working with some excellent Deloitte teams to help customers move their mainframe data to AWS. Together, our companies are helping enterprises take advantage of the most advanced AWS services, including leading edge databases, analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), scalable storage, security, high availability, etc.

Additionally, by working together, Treehouse Software and Deloitte are ensuring that customers can easily modernize their application on AWS without disrupting the existing critical work on their legacy systems. This “data-first” approach allows immediate data replication between a variety of Mainframe sources and AWS, enabling customers to extract business value while maintaining critical legacy data.

We congratulate Deloitte for achieving launch partner status for the AWS Mainframe Migration competency, and we look forward to our ongoing relationship!

Read More


Learn More about tcVISION, the Mainframe-to-Cloud Data Replication Solution from Treehouse Software…

More partners are recommending tcVISION, Treehouse Software’s Mainframe-to-Cloud data replication product. tcVISION focuses on changed data capture (CDC) when transferring information between mainframe data sources and Cloud and Open System databases and applications. Through an innovative technology, changes occurring in any mainframe application data are tracked and captured, and then published to a variety of RDBMS and other targets.

___tcVISION_AWS_Overall_Architecture

Treehouse Software is an AWS Technology Partner, and the AWS Partner Network published a blog about tcVISION, which describes how tcVISION allows legacy mainframe environments to continue, while replicating data on highly available and secure Cloud platforms.

Read More


__TSI_LOGO

Contact Treehouse Software for a Demo Today…

Just fill out the Treehouse Software Product Demonstration Request Form and a Treehouse representative will contact you to set up a time for your tcVISION demonstration. This will be a live, on-line demonstration that shows tcVISION replicating data from the mainframe to a Cloud or Open Systems target.

Quickly Synchronize Mainframe Data on Cloud and Open Systems with tcVISION from Treehouse Software

by Joseph Brady, Director of Business Development / Cloud Alliance Lead at Treehouse Software, Inc.

___Keyboard_Finger

Are you looking for a solution that allows your legacy mainframe environment to continue while replicating data – in real time – on a variety of newer Cloud and Open Systems platforms? With a “data-first” approach, Treehouse Software’s tcVISION allows immediate Change Data Capture (CDC) between a variety of Mainframe sources and the Cloud and Open Systems, enabling customers to use the product to extract business value while maintaining critical legacy data by replicating data between their mainframes and the Cloud and Open Systems.

Whether your enterprise wants to take advantage of the latest Cloud services, such as analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), scalable storage, security, high availability, etc., or move your data to a variety of newer databases, the transition doesn’t have to be a sudden big bang. tcVISION allows real-time data synchronization of changes on either platform to be reflected on the other platform (e.g., a change to a PostgreSQL table is reflected back on mainframe). The customer can then modernize their application on the Cloud, Open Systems, etc. without disrupting the existing critical work on the legacy system. 

Where do you want to go?

Much of an enterprise’s mission critical mainframe data is stored in legacy mainframe databases, and the cost to maintain these databases is high. An added complication is that the data is utilized by many interlinked and dependent programs that have been in place for many years, and sometimes, decades. Unlocking the value of this legacy data is difficult due to many very different types of mainframe databases. With Treehouse Software’s tcVISION, mainframe data can be replicated between IBM Db2 z/OS, Db2 z/VSE, Adabas, VSAM, IMS/DB, CA IDMS, CA DATACOM, or sequential files, and many Cloud and Open Systems targets, including AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Kafka, PostgreSQL, Snowflake, etc.

tcVISION supports a vast array of integration scenarios throughout the enterprise, providing easy and fast data migration for mainframe application modernization projects and enabling data replication between mainframe, Cloud, Linux, Unix, and Windows platforms. This innovative technology offers comprehensive abilities to identify and capture changes occurring in mainframe and relational databases, then publish the required information to an impressive variety of targets, both on-premise and Cloud-based. A complete list of tcVISION supported environments for data replication can be seen here.


Further Reading…

_0_AWS_Logo

Treehouse Software is an AWS Select Technology Partner, and the AWS Partner Network published a blog about tcVISION, our Mainframe-to-Cloud data replication product, which describes how tcVISION allows legacy mainframe environments to continue, while replicating data on highly available and secure Cloud platforms:

https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/apn/real-time-mainframe-data-replication-to-aws-with-tcvision-from-treehouse-software/


__TSI_LOGO

Contact Treehouse Software for a Demo Today…

Just fill out the Treehouse Software Product Demonstration Request Form and a Treehouse representative will contact you to set up a time for your tcVISION demonstration. This will be a live, on-line demonstration that shows tcVISION replicating data from the mainframe to a Cloud or Open Systems target.

The New 2020 IBM Z Solutions Directory Features a Wide Selection of Mainframe Tools and Services, Including Treehouse Software’s Data Integration Products

by Joseph Brady, Director of Business Development / Cloud Alliance Lead at Treehouse Software, Inc. 

2020_IBM_Systems_Solutions_Directory

Enterprises’ investments in IBM Z mainframe technology is significant, and the IBM Z Solutions Directory showcases some of the best hardware, accessories, software products, and services available to help customers maintain and expand the platform.

Treehouse Software encourages mainframe customers to explore the IBM Z Solutions Directory, where they will find neatly organized listings that help them quickly find the products and services they need. We are very pleased to have our products included, side-by-side, with most of the top mainframe solutions in the world in this valuable guide. 


__TSI_LOGO

More About Treehouse Software’s Mature and Proven Mainframe Enterprise Transformation Products…

Treehouse_Products_Diagram_General_Cloud.jpg

Treehouse Software has been developing, marketing, selling, and supporting mainframe software since 1982, and we are committed to helping customers easily access some of the most advanced Cloud and open systems technologies in the world, while maintaining their valuable legacy environments. 

Treehouse Software’s visionary leadership in the mainframe market has included pioneering Adabas-to-RDBMS ETL and CDC with tRelational/DPS in the mid-1990s.  Today, with the tcVISION product, Treehouse Software is a global leader in providing real-time and bi-directional data replication between a variety of mainframe and non-mainframe sources, including (Mainframe): VSAM, IMS, Db2, CA Datacom, Adabas, and CA IDMS; and (Non-mainframe): Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Oracle Cloud, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM Db2 LUW and Db2 BLU, IBM Informix, Kafka, MongoDB, MariaDB, Hadoop, SAP Hana, and many more.

Despite the rapid pace of change in the IT landscape, Treehouse Software’s customer base can be assured that there remains a strong commitment to providing continued support and upgrades for the product suite.

Contact Treehouse Software for a Product Demo Today…

Just fill out the Treehouse Software Product Demonstration Request Form and a Treehouse representative will contact you to set up a time for your online product demonstration.

 

Treehouse Software’s Differentiator: We’ve Been Helping Enterprise Mainframe Sites Since 1982

by Joseph Brady, Director of Business Development / AWS and Cloud Alliance Lead at Treehouse Software, Inc. 

Treehoue_Mainframe_Experience

This blog explores Treehouse Software‘s decades worth of experience in helping mainframe customers with innovative tools, services, and training. 

When Treehouse Software began in 1982, the business focused on software that was complementary to the Software AG mainframe product line (Adabas database management system and Natural programming language) in the areas of security, control, auditing, performance enhancement, etc.

In more recent years, Treehouse Software has become a global leader in providing solutions for real-time and bi-directional data replication between a variety of mainframe and non-mainframe sources, including (Mainframe): VSAM, IMS, Db2, CA Datacom, Adabas, and CA IDMS; and (Non-mainframe): Amazon Web Services (AWS), PostgreSQL, Oracle, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM Db2 LUW and Db2 BLU, IBM Informix, Kafka, MongoDB, Hadoop, SAP Hana, and many more. Here is our list of supported data sources and targets.

Decades Worth of Mainframe Knowledge…

When asked by prospective customers, “What are your primary differentiators?”, we can be tempted to first talk about superior product features and capabilities, but it is Treehouse Software’s depth of knowledge and experience in the mainframe world that is the real game changer.

Most mainframe users face critical data management challenges due to the complexity and proprietary nature of deeply entrenched databases on the platform. Our extensive experience, deep knowledge, and wide-ranging capabilities in mainframe technologies make the company a valued partner for third-party solution providers and a trusted advisor to customers.

Treehouse Software’s visionary leadership in this market has included pioneering Adabas-to-RDBMS ETL and CDC with tRelational/DPS in the mid-1990s.  Today, Treehouse Software stands alone in its product maturity, and capability, including expanded capabilities with the tcVISION product, which enables migration and synchronization of virtually any mainframe or non-mainframe database or data source.

Despite the rapid pace of change in the IT landscape, Treehouse Software’s customer base can be assured that there remains a strong commitment to providing continued support and upgrades for the product suite.

Treehouse Software provides tools and expertise for the riskiest and most-often overlooked parts of modernization and integration projects – data migration and integration.   Tapping into the vast experience of Treehouse’s technicians, and using proven products and services eliminates reliance on end-customer programming staff to write and maintain data extracts and middleware. Treehouse Software’s know-how reduces cost and mitigates risk in legacy modernization initiatives, where data migration and integration complexity is often underestimated, yet critical to success.

Our Mainframe Experts are Our Best Assets

We are fortunate to have a staff with a wealth of knowledge and skills that span not only Mainframe, but Cloud, LUW, and Open Systems technologies. Whether a customer wants to move data from their mainframe platform to other on-premises open systems or LUW databases, or to the Cloud (e.g., AWS, Azure, etc.), Treehouse Software has the technical expertise and support needed to ensure successful project completion.

Treehouse Software‘s technicians have installed products and trained end-users in some of the largest mainframe sites around the world.  Mature, robust, and reliable, these products are also backed by our highly-rated 24X7 technical support.

The Treehouse Team Approach

TechniciansConnectivity

Treehouse Software has proven its ability to partner and work effectively as part of a larger team to solve client problems.  AWS, Microsoft, Oracle, Accenture, and other large vendors have selected our technology, services, and training for their mainframe data migration and application modernization practices.


__tsi_logo_400x200

Contact Treehouse Software for a Product Demo Today…

Just fill out the Treehouse Software Product Demonstration Request Form and a Treehouse representative will contact you to set up a time for your online product demonstration.

Treehouse Software TREETIP: Data Replication for a Mainframe Database that has no Primary Key, using tcVISION

by Joseph Brady, Director of Business Development / AWS and Cloud Alliance Lead at Treehouse Software, Inc. and Chris Rudolph, Senior Technical Representative at Treehouse Software, Inc.

This blog takes a look at tcVISION’s support for a mainframe database that has no primary key at the source (a mainframe primary key is a column, or set of columns that uniquely identifies one row of a table). 

In situations where the source database does not contain any unique values, Treehouse technicians discuss with the customer how the application currently works and their expectations for how the data should be treated when planning replication/migration to a new target environment. Depending on the application, Journal Replication or Data Warehouse Replication may be a better fit than a “normal” RDBMS table definition.

tcVISION‘s Key ID management can be used to create a column to use as the key on the target table. Another option would be to use a SQL Lookup to query another table. Either way, target column(s) that contain unique values will need to be identified. Once these columns are identified, they can be marked with the key identifier, using the tcVISION repository editor, or Key ID Management can be used to create a new unique column, then those columns are used within the wizard.

For example, this source table does not contain a primary key:

___tcV_NoKey01

Analysis of the target data shows the columns FIRST_NAME, LAST_NAME and MIDDLE_NAME together will provide a unique value. These fields can be marked in the tcVISION repository as being members of a key:

___tcV_NoKey02

As mentioned earlier, the tcVISION Key ID Management wizard can also be used to create a new unique target column:

___tcV_NoKey03

Specify the key name:

___tcV_NoKey04

Specify the key value creation:

___tcV_NoKey05

Various options are available: 

___tcV_NoKey06


__tsi_logo_400x200

Contact Treehouse Software for a Demo Today…

tcVISION_Overall_Diagram

No matter where you want your mainframe data to go – the cloud, open systems, or any LUW target – tcVISION from Treehouse Software is your answer.

Just fill out the Treehouse Software Product Demonstration Request Form and a Treehouse representative will contact you to set up a time for your online tcVISION demonstration.


Further reading: tcVISION Mainframe data replication is featured on the AWS Partner Network Blog…

___tcVISION_AWS_HA_Architecture

AWS recently published a blog about tcVISION’s Mainframe data replication capabilities, including a technical overview, security, high availability, scalability, and a step-by-step example of the creation of tcVISION metadata and scripts for replicating mainframe Db2 z/OS data to Amazon Aurora. Read the blog here: AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog: Real-Time Mainframe Data Replication to AWS with tcVISION from Treehouse Software.

Treehouse Software Customer Success: Data Replication from Mainframe Adabas to PostgreSQL using tcVISION

BMF_Building

The Bundesministerium der Finanzen (BMF) is Germany’s Ministry of Finance and establishes sustainable fiscal policy that ensures financial empowerment of the federal budget. From tax policy via development of federal budget, to regulation of national and international financial markets – for these and other fiscal and economic questions of principle, the BMF creates strategies and concepts, and implements them. The Federal Tax Administration is part of BMF, and controls not only the cross-border goods traffic, but acts against illegal employment and other crimes. The tax administration also imposes consumer taxes (e.g., energy and tobacco tax, car tax, etc.). Financial relations between federation, countries, and communities are also coordinated by BMF.

Department II (federal budget) is part of the German government in charge of establishing the budget and financial planning of the federation. Throughout the year, it monitors execution of the budget for eventual intervention (e.g., with a budget freeze, or supplementary budget). After closing the fiscal year, the budget and balance sheet will be presented. The budget is a supplement of the budget act, legally binding.

The central service organization of BMF is the Informationstechnikzentrum Bund – ITZBund (Information technic center).

BUSINESS BACKGROUND

Drawing up the budget is a yearly, highly time consuming, and formalized business process. All departments are involved in nearly every sub-process, and budgeting and financial planning is supported by the application, “Haushaltsaufstellung / Budgetgeneration”. Using the generated reports, various addressees/receivers are supported (e.g., German Federal Government, German Federal Parliament, Federal Council of Germany, finance department in BMF, the employees in the departments, and the public).

Technically, the budget plan of the federation is based on technologies, including the IBM Mainframe with z/OS running Adabas and Natural.

The challenge was to provide an environment for employees in all departments that enables them to do their work quickly, easily, and efficiently. In the BMF, users must have an editorless, end-user driven, and real-time creation of ready-to-print products.
An informative description of the workflow is shown on the website of the BMF.

The federal budget is available as download, or one can directly navigate through the data using the online application.

BUSINESS ISSUE

Some time ago, BMF decided to re-engineer the application for budget planning and port it to Open Source. To guarantee a seamless transition, the first step is propagation of data out of Adabas on z/OS to PostgreSQL, concluding with permanent synchronization.
The difficulties of this task are the complexities of setting up data definitions for the data structures in Natural and the propagation of data from Adabas on z/OS to PostgreSQL.

TECHNOLOGY SOLUTION: tcVISION

tcVISION_Overall_Diagram

After an analysis of the project, Treehouse Software proposed creating an extension to tcVISION’s change data capture (CDC) functionality for integration, so that tcVISION could enable BMF to continue using the implemented data definitions in a format suitable for the RDBMS.

The extension was developed within a few days, and a two-day on premise test demonstrated the solution fit the requirements of BMF.

BMF can now provide its data definitions from Natural LDA to the extension of tcVISION, and after the transformation, onto the PostgreSQL load process for processing. Another advantage of the tcVISION solution is that when needed, other targets can be integrated for propagation of data from the mainframe (e.g., Kafka, which BMF indicated is a future target environment).

Additionally, bi-directional propagation can be added in budget planning when BMF is ready.

Data structures are held in LDA, because this provides the advantages of higher flexibility in development and the adaption of new requirements to the data definitions. If definitions would have to be ported manually, in part, to PostGreSQL, it would have been a much bigger and error-prone effort.

Subsequent changes to Adabas structures can now use tcVISION’s newly developed extension to easily regenerate and load the correct definitions to the RDBMS, and tcVISION completely covers the customer’s requirements for special usage of *PEs and *MUs.

After thorough preparation and extensive testing, the solution was released to selected users first, then made available to all users.

* PEs and MUs are special Adabas formats for definition of tables. PE = Periodic Group, MU = Multiple Value Field.


__tsi_logo_400x200

Contact Treehouse Software for a Demo Today…

No matter where you want your mainframe data to go – the cloud, open systems, or any LUW target – tcVISION from Treehouse Software is your answer.

Just fill out the Treehouse Software Product Demonstration Request Form and a Treehouse representative will contact you to set up a time for your online tcVISION demonstration.


Further reading: tcVISION Mainframe data replication is featured on the AWS Partner Network Blog…

___tcVISION_AWS_HA_Architecture

AWS recently published a blog about tcVISION’s Mainframe data replication capabilities, including a technical overview, security, high availability, scalability, and a step-by-step example of the creation of tcVISION metadata and scripts for replicating mainframe Db2 z/OS data to Amazon Aurora. Read the blog here: AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog: Real-Time Mainframe Data Replication to AWS with tcVISION from Treehouse Software.

Treehouse Software Video Demonstration: Data Synchronization Between IMS/DB z/OS and PostgreSQL Using tcVISION

by Joseph Brady, Director of Business Development / AWS and Cloud Alliance Lead at Treehouse Software, Inc.

tcVISION supports a vast array of integration scenarios throughout the enterprise, providing easy and fast data migration for mainframe application modernization projects and enabling real-time and bi-directional data replication between mainframe, Cloud, Open Systems, Linux, Unix, and Windows platforms. We are regularly adding instructional video demonstrations on the Treehouse Software YouTube Channel. This video installment demonstrates an initial load and bi-directional synchronization of data between IMS/DB on the Mainframe and PostgreSQL on a Windows server…

Visit the Treehouse Software YouTube Channel for Other Videos.


__TSI_LOGO

Contact Treehouse Software for a Demo Today…

No matter where you want your mainframe data to go – the cloud, open systems, or any LUW target – tcVISION from Treehouse Software is your answer. 

tcVISION_Overall_Diagram

Just fill out the Treehouse Software Product Demonstration Request Form and a Treehouse representative will contact you to set up a time for your online tcVISION demonstration.


Further reading: AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog: Real-Time Mainframe Data Replication to AWS with tcVISION from Treehouse Software