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Ready for the future?

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[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 13 April 2012]

Cloud-based services is taking over. How does NE/Visual Cobol meet this new future?
1 Cloud-based development on Azure with IDE?
2 deployment on Azure of production app?
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Hi Lars, what a great question.

If you’re interested in Cloud deployment to Azure, we have an Early Adopter Program open which you can sign up to here:

www.microfocus.com/azure

Within this program we provide an add on to Visual COBOL for Visual Studio that provides support for deploying COBOL applications into Azure.

Here’s a short video showing you what that looks like in Visual Studio
Visual COBOL for Azure

Regards, Scot

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Hi Lars, what a great question.

If you’re interested in Cloud deployment to Azure, we have an Early Adopter Program open which you can sign up to here:

www.microfocus.com/azure

Within this program we provide an add on to Visual COBOL for Visual Studio that provides support for deploying COBOL applications into Azure.

Here’s a short video showing you what that looks like in Visual Studio
Visual COBOL for Azure

Regards, Scot

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And with Enterprise Server for .NET, we support emulated CICS and JCL COBOL applications in Azure, with scale-out capability for large workloads. Mainframe emulation under .NET doesn't yet support all the features that we provide for native applications, but we're adding features all the time.
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