Sine Nomine Associates Inc. z/TPF Linux Modernization Services
Moving mainframe workloads from general purpose processors to Linux IFL's for tremendous savings.
The cost of managing shopping traffic for reservation systems has exploded with the use of micro services and all the API calls they are dependent upon, adding general purpose processors to mainframes for this workload cost approximately $1 million (USA) per CPU.
Our experts were recently engaged by a global hospitality corporation. Their reservations system was bottlenecked, and they needed to create an optimized, cost-effective solution. Using an alternate database and other tools, SNA was able to help the customer transparently shift part of this workload over to Linux running on IFL's (CPU's that only cost around $50,000), thereby providing an instantly quantifiable return on investment and performance improvement.
Before moving the work into production, SNA helped build the required development and quality assurance real time monitoring plus alarming environment. Additionally, SNA continues to provide the customer with 24x7x365 support for the complete environment.
Sine Nomine Associates continues to make significant contributions to the Mainframe and Open Source Linux ecosystems, providing IT system administrators with solutions to enrich their systems capability and save money for their company.
Margarete Ziemer, the company's CEO, emphasizes: "We sincerely thank all our past and current customers and our associates. We are always ready to tackle your problems with custom solutions, especially in the Mainframe, NOC design and Open Source space."
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Clayton Hollister, Sine Nomine Associates