STAY AND GO… AT THE SAME TIME! Incrementally Replicate Your Mainframe Data to the Cloud and Other Modern Systems While Keeping Both Sides Synchronized

Is your mission critical mainframe data residing on IBM Db2, IBM VSAM, IBM IMS/DB, Software AG Adabas, CA IDMS, CA Datacom, or even sequential files? Are you looking for a solution that allows your legacy mainframe environment to continue while replicating data – in real time and bi-directionally – on a variety of newer Cloud, LUW, or Open Systems databases? Whether your enterprise wants to take advantage of the latest cloud services, such as analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), etc., or move your data to a variety of newer Cloud, LUW, or Open Systems databases, the transition doesn’t have to be a sudden big bang.

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tcVISION: Enterprise ETL and Real-time and Bi-directional Data Replication Through Change Data Capture

The globalization of markets, the increase of data volumes, 24×7 operations, changing business conditions and high demand for up-to-date information require new data transfer and exchange solutions for heterogeneous IT architectures.

The tcVISION solution focuses on changed data capture (CDC) when transferring information between mainframe data sources and modern 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 targets.

tcVISION allows bi-directional, 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.

tcVISION – Supported Sources and Targets

tcVISION supports a vast array of integration scenarios throughout the enterprise, providing easy and fast data migration for mainframe application modernization projects and enabling bi-directional 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.

View the Unequalled List of Environments Supported by tcVISION Here


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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 target database.

Join Us: Treehouse Software is Sponsoring the Pittsburgh Amazon Web Services (AWS) User Group April Meetup at Bakery Square

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Treehouse Software’s, “AWS Architectural Considerations and Challenges When Bringing a Product to the AWS Marketplace” will be presented by Andy Jones, Senior Technical Representative and AWS Certified Solutions Architect for Treehouse Software.

Treehouse Software will also be providing food and drinks for the Meetup.

Date/Time: Tuesday, April 9, 2019 • 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Place: Bakery Square – UPMC Enterprises • 6425 Penn Ave. #200 · Pittsburgh, PA

Agenda:

  • 07:00 – 07:15 => Grab food, beverage, and a seat
  • 07:15 – 07:20 => Introductions from Nathan Menge (AWS Pittsburgh User Group Organizer)
  • 07:20 – 08:30 => Topic: “AWS Architectural Considerations and Challenges When Bringing a Product to the AWS Marketplace” – Presentation by Andy Jones, Senior Technical Representative and AWS Certified Solutions Architect for Treehouse Software
  • 08:30 – 09:00 => Q&A with Speaker

Register to attend here:

April meetup

Tuesday, Apr 9, 2019, 7:00 PM

UPMC Enterprises
6425 Penn Ave #200 Pittsburgh, PA

9 Members Attending

Basic agenda 07:00 – 07:15 => Grab food, beverage, and a seat 07:15 – 07:20 => Introductions from Nate 07:20 – 08:30 => Topic: “AWS Architectural Considerations and Challenges When Bringing a Product to the AWS Marketplace” – Presentation by Andy Jones, Senior Technical Representative and AWS Certified Solutions Architect for Treehouse Software 08:…

Check out this Meetup →

New! Log Based Change Data Capture (CDC) for IBM Db2 z/OS Without a Mainframe Agent

A permanent, active z/OS tcVISION agent is no longer required for the processing of Db2 z/OS Active Logs. This “agentless” connection analyzes the Db2 Active log and extracts the changed data using a Db2 User Defined Table (UDT) and a connection to Db2 z/OS via DRDA or a Db2-Client.

Flexible and efficient data exchange (synchronization/replication/migration) with tcVISION for IBM z-, distributed-, and cloud platforms:

  • Fast and efficient load of mass data
  • Lower latency time because of parallelization and real-time apply
  • Continuous log based CDC data streaming for real-time synchronization
  • Transparency because of comprehensive data mapping for structure analysis
  • Comfortable data transformation and data conversion
  • No programming efforts
  • Integrated database specific apply mechanisms to enter the data into the targets
  • Bidirectional synchronization (Master – Master replication) with integrated Loop prevention

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We would be happy to present our data integration solution tcVISION for
IBM z-, distributed- and cloud-platforms and show solutions that meet your requirements. Visit the Treehouse Software website for more information on tcVISION, or contact us to discuss your needs.

Treehouse Software will sponsor the June 19th Amazon Web Services (AWS) Pittsburgh User Group at AlphaLab

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Join us June 19, 2018 for the AWS Pittsburgh User Group – PITTSBURGH Meetup!

The AWS User Group – PITTSBURGH Meetup will be held on Tuesday, June 19th from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM at AlphaLab Upstairs Space, and food, drinks, and presentation will be courtesy of Treehouse Software, Inc.

Agenda:
7:00 – 7:15 – Get food, beverage, and a seat
7:15 – 7:30 – Presentation by Jim Jen, Executive Director of AlphaLab: “AlphaLab Welcome and Intro”
7:30 – 8:30 – Presentation by Andy Jones, Senior Technical Representative at Treehouse Software: “Mainframe-to-AWS Data Replication”
8:30 – 9:00 – Socializing

RSVP here: https://www.meetup.com/Pittsburgh-Amazon-Web-Services-AWS-Users/events/250418443/


About Amazon Web Services (AWS) User Group – PITTSBURGH

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a secure cloud services platform, offering computing power, database storage, content delivery, and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow.

In the Pittsburgh area and interested in learning AWS or expanding upon your existing knowledge? This is the place to be. Let’s get together, help each other learn, get some work done, and expand our skill set. Find us online here.


About Treehouse Software, Inc.

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Since 1982, Treehouse Software, Inc. has been serving enterprises worldwide with industry-leading software products and outstanding technical support.  Today, Treehouse Software is a global leader in providing data migration, replication, and integration solutions for the most complex and demanding heterogeneous environments, as well as feature-rich, accelerated-ROI offerings for information delivery, business intelligence and analytics, and application modernization.

Treehouse Software’s solutions support a vast array of integration scenarios throughout the enterprise, providing easy and fast data migration for mainframe application modernization projects, along with enabling bi-directional data replication between Mainframe, Cloud, Linux, Unix, and Windows platforms.


About AlphaLab

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AlphaLab is a nationally ranked software accelerator in Pittsburgh, PA. We help early-stage tech companies quickly figure out the best way to build and grow in an immersive 4-month program with funding.

AlphaLab provides early-stage technology companies with an extensive mentor network, educational sessions with industry leaders, and a rich entrepreneurial work environment within a nationally ranked accelerator program.

Treehouse Software Customer Success: Element Fleet Management Corp. Real-time, Bi-directional Synchronization Between IBM Mainframe Datacom and PostgreSQL

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As a leading global fleet management company, Element provides a comprehensive range of fleet services that span the total fleet lifecycle, helping customers optimize their strategies at every stage – from acquisition and financing to program management and vehicle remarketing. These services, together with exceptional tools, technologies and consulting, empower customers to realize extraordinary results.

Business Background

Element Fleet Management has over one million vehicles under management, and serves more than 2,800 customers. The company employs over 2,700 staff members across 12 offices. Transaction sizes range from $500,000 to $40 million. 50 countries are served through the Element-Arval Global Alliance. Top industries served by Element Fleet Management are agriculture, business services, chemical, construction, consumer products, education and non-profit, energy, food and beverage, insurance, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and healthcare, professional services, telecommunications, transportation, and utilities.

Business Issue

Much of Element’s mission critical mainframe data is stored in a legacy IBM mainframe database. The cost to maintain these legacy databases is high and they lack the features required for modernizing the data architecture. The data is utilized by an extensive number of interlinked programs dependent on this legacy data. Element required a solution that would allow the legacy environment to continue while having real time replicated data on a modern database/platform. This enables them to utilize modern programing and data tools to be competitive in their market.

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Technology Solution

Treehouse software and the customer developed a phased plan to prove out and implement tcVISION. This started with a proof-of-concept to prove out the technology’s effectiveness and technical suitability. This was proceeded by architectural phase to define the architectural solution including, configuration management, environments and promotion, high availability, security, disaster recovery, monitoring, operations procedures, script customization, data replication mapping and training plans. After defining the architecture, the production deployment phase started with incremental sprint-like deployments. Additional files were deployed into production every few weeks.

This project enabled the tcVISION product to synchronize mission critical financial IBM mainframe Datacom data to a modern PostgreSQL database. Bi-directional, real-time data synchronization enables changes on either platform to be reflected on the other platform (e.g., a change to a PostgreSQL table is reflected on mainframe Datacom). This allows their business to modernize the application on PostgreSQL without disrupting the existing critical work on the legacy system.

NOTE: Many modern tools are using the PostgreSQL database, which greatly enhances business agility (e.g., other divisions within Element are already using Amazon Web Services (AWS), so having tcVISION in place now makes mainframe data delivery to the AWS cloud an easy option). See a step-by-step video of Mainframe-to-PostgreSQL on AWS here. 

Successful, real-time mainframe data replication to an open systems application allows web and mobile access and updates. Element indicated their satisfaction with the results and the solution, especially reduced mainframe MIPS costs, and enhanced business ability to respond to business environment changes.


Find out more about tcVISION — Enterprise ETL and Real-Time Data Replication Through Change Data Capture

tcVISION supports a vast array of integration scenarios throughout the enterprise, providing easy and fast data migration for mainframe application modernization projects and enabling bi-directional data replication between mainframe, 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.

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tcVISION acquires data in bulk or via change data capture methods, including in real time, from virtually any IBM mainframe data source (Software AG Adabas, IBM Db2, IBM VSAM, IBM IMS/DB, CA IDMS, CA Datacom, even sequential files), and transform and deliver to virtually any target. In addition, the same product can extract and replicate data from a variety of non-mainframe sources, including PostgreSQL, Adabas LUW, Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM Db2 LUW and Db2 BLU, and IBM Informix.


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Visit the Treehouse Software website for more information on tcVISION, or contact us to discuss your needs.

 

Want to See a Live, Online Demonstration of Mainframe-to-Amazon Web Services (AWS) Data Replication using Treehouse Software’s tcVISION?

tcVISION is a powerful and comprehensive solution for real-time, bi-directional replication of mainframe data to AWS. tcVISION’s GUI modeling and mapping, and ease of migrating data to AWS makes it an ideal choice for modernizing large mainframe environments. Additionally, tcVISION can synchronize mission critical data from a mainframe system on AWS. Real-time, bi-directional data synchronization enables changes on either system to be reflected on the other system (e.g., a change to a PostgreSQL table on AWS is reflected on the mainframe database). This allows businesses to modernize an application on AWS without disrupting the existing critical work on the legacy system.

Contact Treehouse Software today for a live, online session that demonstrates real-time replication of mainframe data to Amazon RDS instances!

Example of a Treehouse Software Mainframe-to-AWS Data Replication Demo Environment…

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tcVISION Technology

tcVISION‘s support for AWS as a target is fully integrated alongside traditional Linux/Unix/Windows (LUW) targets such as PostgreSQL, Oracle Database, IBM DB2 LUW, Software AG Adabas LUW, IBM Informix, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server, and ODBC.

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tcVISION considerably simplifies mainframe data exchange processes. The structure of the existing mainframe data is analyzed by tcVISION processors, then automatically mapped to a target data mapping. The data mapping information is presented in a user-friendly and transparent format – even for users with no mainframe knowledge.

The mapping information is saved in a meta data repository hosted on a relational database, and can easily be made available to other applications. The Windows-based Control Board of tcVISION provides an easy-to-use facility to administer the data flow. tcVISION provides a variety of interfaces to allow seamless integration with ETL or EAI solutions.


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Since 1982, Treehouse Software, Inc. has been serving enterprises worldwide with industry-leading software products and outstanding technical support.  Today, Treehouse Software is a global leader in providing data migration, replication, and integration solutions for the most complex and demanding heterogeneous environments, as well as feature-rich, accelerated-ROI offerings for information delivery, business intelligence and analytics, and application modernization.

 

 

Treehouse Software Collaborates with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Offer Comprehensive Enterprise Mainframe-to-AWS Data Replication

Press Contact: Joe Brady (+1.724.759.7070 x110; jbrady@treehouse.com)

Pittsburgh, PA; Treehouse Software, Inc., of Sewickley, PA is pleased to announce an agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer enterprise customers a complete Mainframe-to-AWS data replication solution to provide them with fast and easy access to the cloud.

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Treehouse Software’s tcVISION is a powerful and mature software product designed for real-time, bi-directional replication of mainframe data to AWS. tcVISION’s GUI modeling and mapping, and ease of migrating data to AWS makes it an ideal choice for modernizing large mainframe environments.

Additionally, tcVISION can synchronize mission critical data from a mainframe system on AWS.  Real-time, bi-directional data synchronization enables changes on either system to be reflected on the other system (e.g., a change to a PostgreSQL table on AWS is reflected on the mainframe database). This allows businesses to modernize an application on AWS without disrupting the existing critical work on the legacy system.

“Through this exciting new collaboration, Treehouse Software and AWS are working together to offer customers with mainframe systems a straightforward solution for enhancing their business agility,” said George Szakach, President of Treehouse Software. “We provide our proven mainframe data delivery capabilities, and the customer benefits from modernization of their data within the flexible, scalable, pay-as-you-go offering on AWS.”

Video – How does tcVISION replicate mainframe data to AWS?


About Treehouse Software, Inc.

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Since 1982, Treehouse Software, Inc. has been serving enterprises worldwide with industry-leading software products and outstanding technical support.  Today, Treehouse Software is a global leader in providing data migration, replication, and integration solutions for the most complex and demanding heterogeneous environments, as well as feature-rich, accelerated-ROI offerings for information delivery, business intelligence and analytics, and application modernization.