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Legacy System Emulation: The Simple Steps of Implementation

  Have you considered how long you will keep running your mission critical applications on legacy hardware? Do you have a plan in place for your legacy systems? If not, you can always take a look at our recommendations for having a legacy system migration strategy. And it’s important to know your timeline. Keeping your […]


Warm wishes for 2017

 As 2016 draws to a close, we want to say thank you to our customers and partners. We are grateful for your business over the last year, and we wish you a wonderful new year ahead. Thank you for choosing Stromasys, for partnering with us, and for letting our legacy server emulation solutions contribute to […]

Supporting Tru64 Users with Legacy Alpha Emulation

While legacy hardware is failing, the legacy operating system and the original applications have a much longer lifetime. Typically, they are still in great shape even when the original hardware begins to break down. Charon solutions are a way to move forward and continue using those durable legacy operating systems and applications, but without the […]

Running OpenVMS on Virtual Hardware

Last month, we were a sponsor of OpenVMS Boot Camp in New Hampshire, the largest event specifically for members of the OpenVMS community. OpenVMS, along with Solaris, Tru64, and MPE, is one of the legacy operating systems our customers frequently run on their legacy hardware. As everyone at OpenVMS Boot Camp would attest, OpenVMS is […]

Meeting Performance Goals with Virtual SPARC from Stromasys

For many organizations considering virtualizing their legacy systems, the joy of eliminating the risk of aging hardware is just one piece of the puzzle. Another important consideration is whether a virtual environment can achieve the same performance levels as the original hardware. While hardware emulation often carries with it the implication of a slower system, […]