Database System & Rehosting Solution[INQ. NO. 1911E31] TmaxSoft Co., Ltd. is an innovative global software company focused on data management, middleware and mainframe modernization, with solutions that offer CIOs viable alternatives to support their critical business processes and gain competitive advantages.
Tibero is a RDBMS optimized for today’s virtualized data Center. OpenFrame is a legacy rehosting solution that enables mainframe applications, and data to be migrated to less expensive commodity servers or cloud, while preserving the integrity of your legacy applications and reducing Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
JEUS is a J2EE certified Web Application Server (WAS) that delivers improved security over traditional WAS. TmaxSoft was founded in 1997 and today has over 1,000 employees in 20 strategic centers around the world and has been named as an Emerging Markets Top 30 Software Company by PwC. The company’s global headquarters is located in Chicago.

Relational Database Management System
Tibero 6 is a high-performance, highly secure, highly scalable relational database management system (RDBMS) for enterprises that want to fully leverage their mission-critical data. In a world where data is at the core of everything, Tibero provides an enhanced view of processing, managing and securing large-scale databases. Highly compatible with Oracle, Tibero lets you leverage your on-premises software defined data center (SDDC) investment by embracing a simple licensing model similar to software as a service (SaaS) subscription pricing.

Complete Mainframe Rehosting Solution
OpenFrame is a complete mainframe rehosting solution that allows you to lift your existing mainframe assets and shift them to the cloud, quickly and with minimal risk. This helps your business save on costly mainframe contracts and more effectively leverage critical data, while gaining a more flexible and transparent environment. Compilers (COBOL, PL/I, Assembler), datasets (flat files, GDGs and VSAM), databases (IMS, DB2, IDMS, Oracle), online systems (CICS) and batch systems (JES, JCL) work as is, on open systems components such as Linux. | Blog Magazine of korean electronics, brands and Goods

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