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Seagull Software

Seagull Software is a leading provider of application modernization solutions that let organizations extend and reuse their legacy system assets. Over 1,800 customers and 350 ISVs use our LegaSuite Web- and service-enablement platform to connect legacy applications on System z, System i (AS/400), OpenVMS and UNIX-VT, and Windows client/server platforms to newer Web applications and SOA middleware.

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Latest Content From Seagull Software

Whitepaper: Top 5 Myths of Screen Scraping

by Seagull SoftwareJun 30, 2008

Many organizations with mainframe, System i or OpenVMS applications still ask their employees to use green-screen (or text-based) user interfaces to work with essential business information. Green-screens are a business problem and a technology problem. They're unappealing, hard to learn, intimidating, and accessible only with terminal emulation software. They�re also incompatible with modern application integration methods like Web services and SOA.

The appeal of screen-scraping is understandable � it's simple and inexpensive. But many developers may not know that screen-scraping doesn't have to be a clumsy, quick fix. With the right combination of features, a screen-scraping tool can be an application modernization solution that solves the problems that green-screens present. Download the white paper, Top Five Myths of Screen-Scraping and find out how you can modernize your legacy applications, give users an application with a new look-and-feel, and take advantage of new approaches like Web services.


Whitepaper: Practical Advice for Leveraging CICS in an SOA

by Seagull SoftwareJun 30, 2008

Exposing mainframe applications as Web services can be a daunting and time-consuming task. Yet CICS applications are the perfect way to make the mainframe an active participant in your SOA projects. This white paper features ways to improve time-to-market for mainframe Web services, and gives practical advice for leveraging CICS in your SOA projects.