Treehouse Software will be Exhibiting at SHARE and CA World

If you are attending SHARE in Pittsburgh in August, or CA World in Las Vegas in November, be sure to stop by the Treehouse Software booth and say hello!

We’ll be featuring our comprehensive and flexible portfolio of solutions for integration, replication, and migration of data between mainframe sources and any target, application or platform using ETL, CDC, SQL, XML and SOA technologies.


SHARE Technology Exchange Expo
Visit us at Booth #522 | August 3-8
David L. Lawrence Convention Center
Pittsburgh, PA



CA World ’14
November 9–12, 2014
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada

Visitors to our exhibits will learn how Treehouse Software is currently providing several large organizations with ETL and real-time, bi-directional data replication using tcVISION. tcVISION provides easy and fast bi-directional data replication between mainframe, Linux, Unix, and Windows platforms.


We will also showcase tcACCESS, which integrates mainframe data and applications with open systems and Windows.


50th Anniversary of the Mainframe

Since 1982, Treehouse Software has been serving enterprises worldwide with industry-leading software products and outstanding technical support. Traditionally, Treehouse Software has 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. Today, the primary Treehouse Software focus is new software and services that enable mainframe customers to leverage their investment in legacy systems with data integration, data warehousing, modernization and conversion, Service-Oriented Architectures, and business analytics.

The Mainframe Continues its Valuable Role


As Treehouse Software sets its sights on the SHARE Conference in Pittsburgh this coming August, a topic that’s been generating a lot of conversation is the 50th anniversary of the mainframe, how it’s advanced over the years, and how it remains relevant today.

The SHARE website recently posted a blog article called “Mainframe at 50: The ‘Engine of Progress’ Drives On”, which gives a nice perspective on the mainframe’s history.

Coming Soon!

Treehouse Software President, George Szakach will be offering his own perspectives on 50 years of mainframe history.