Developer Conference 1.1 - COBOL Product Update
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Developer Conference 1.1 - COBOL Product Update Presentation Transcript

  • 1. COBOL Product UpdateThe Agent of ChangeEd Airey & Scot NielsenMicro Focus
  • 2. Session AgendaIndustryPressuresThe IT ScorecardBarriers toInnovationIntroducingVisual COBOLThe Road AheadCurrentPerspectivesFLAT USECONOMICGROWTH:0.1% GDP
  • 3. Current PerspectivesFlat US EconomicGrowth: +0.1% GDPRecord US Debt: 16.6TJob-less Recovery:Unemployment at 7.9%Downgraded S&PCredit Rating: AA+Sequestration:85B in Budget Cuts
  • 4. Current PerspectivesFlat US EconomicGrowth: +0.1% GDPRecord US Debt: 16.6TJob-less Recovery:Unemployment at 7.9%Downgraded S&PCredit Rating: AA+Sequestration:85B in Budget Cuts
  • 5. Industry PressuresFINED $1.5B FORLIBOR RIGGINGNEWS
  • 6. Industry PressuresNEWSIS TO CUT 2,500 JOBSFROM ITS FINANCIAL ANDRISK DIVISION
  • 7. Industry PressuresNEWSIS TO CUT 4,000 JOBS IN2013, SAVING $1B INCOSTS
  • 8. Industry PressuresNEWSANNOUNCES IT WILL CUT 30% OFIT’S IT MANAGEMENT WITHIN IT’SDEFENCE SPACE & SECURITY UNIT
  • 9. Industry PressuresFINED $1.5B FORLIBOR RIGGINGNEWS NEWSIS TO CUT 2,500JOBS FROM ITSFINANCIAL ANDRISK DIVISIONNEWSIS TO CUT 4,000 JOBS IN2013, SAVING $1B INCOSTSNEWSANNOUNCES IT WILL CUT30% OF IT’S ITMANAGEMENT WITHINIT’S DEFENCE SPACENEWSEVEN HOSTESSFILES FORBANKRUPTCY.ASSET ACQUIREDBY PRIVATEINVESTORS
  • 10. Government Legislative Action• Fiscal Cliff Negotiations• Debt Ceiling Debate• Higher Tax Rates• New US Healthcare Law• Sequestration• State & Local Gov. budget cuts• IRS
  • 11. The IT Scorecard
  • 12. Scorecard Results2013 IT budgets to increasespending by1.4%
  • 13. Scorecard Results2013 IT spending facingchallenges Expected 2.09Tglobal spend. US to show7.5% increase
  • 14. Scorecard ResultsMeasured as a percentage ofrevenues, financial servicesfirms spend more on IT thanany other industry. Rangingfrom $270B to 460B
  • 15. Scorecard ResultsFinancial services IT budgetsequal 7.3% of theirrevenues, well above theindustry average of 3.7%
  • 16. Scorecard ResultsFinancial services IT budgetsequal 7.3% of their revenues,well above the industryaverage of 3.7%Measured as a percentage ofrevenues, financial servicesfirms spend more on IT thanany other industry. Rangingfrom $270B to 460B2013 IT spending facingchallenges Expected 2.09Tglobal spend. US to show7.5% increase2013 IT budgets to increasespending by 1.4% to$1.1 trillion‘Keeping the Lights On’70-80%of IT budget
  • 17. IT Perceptions57%Significant differences in perception betweenIT and non-IT employees:of IT leaders agreedthat their organization was"distributed, agile, and flexible”of business peopleoutside IT agree27%
  • 18. Barriers to Innovation
  • 19. Barriers to Innovation:IT Debt - -the backlog46% did not knowthe value of theirIT debt44% have no structuredprocess for measuringand managing IT Debt45% without a processare not planning toimplement one57% say they have anunclear picture of theirapplication portfolioSource:$1 trillionGlobal IT debt will rise to by 2015
  • 20. Barriers to Innovation:The Skills ChallengeData gathered from a global survey of Academic leaders1 in 4 Universitiessurveyed teachCOBOL today65%COBOLis uncool65% state that COBOL is considered (bystudents) ‘uncool’ or is unheard of completely5% of new graduateshave COBOL languageskills10,000 US workers reaching retirement age(65) every day - Occurring over next 19years. Representing 26% of US workforce
  • 21. Barriers to Innovation:The Skills ChallengeData gathered from a global survey of Academic leaders5% of new graduateshave COBOL languageskills10,000 US workers reaching retirement age(65) every day - Occurring over next 19years. Representing 26% of US workforce1 in 4 Universitiessurveyed teachCOBOL today65%COBOLis uncool65% state that COBOL is considered (bystudents) ‘uncool’ or is unheard of completelyAmid this, 70% ofall business DataProcessing is stilldriven by COBOL70
  • 22. Barriers to Innovation:Disruptive ForcesDISRUPTIVETECHNOLOGIESCloudcomputingMobileSocial Media &CollaborationAnalytics& Big DataInnovations toChange the Faceof BusinessDigital Disruption –CIOs, are youdisruptive enough?Gartner and Forrester agreeNew Generation technology is taking up a lot of mindsharenew budgetnew skillsnew technologynew processesRequiring
  • 23. Barriers to Innovation:Disruptive ForcesDISRUPTIVETECHNOLOGIESCloudcomputingMobileSocial Media &CollaborationAnalytics& Big DataInnovations toChange the Faceof BusinessDigital Disruption –CIOs, are youdisruptive enough?Gartner and Forrester agreeNew Generation technology is taking up a lot of mindsharenew budgetnew skillsnew technologynew processesRequiringIt’s Time toThink Differently.To Think Smarter.
  • 24. The Road Ahead
  • 25. Smart ThinkingREDUCTION OFBACKLOG / IT DEBTDISRUPTIVETECHNOLOGIESNew ArchitectureMobileCloudDevelopmentEfficiencySkills andOrganization
  • 26. IT Innovation – Smart ThinkingModernization: Clearing aPathway toSuccess53%Success withApplicationModernization30%Success withreplacingapplicationwith a COTSpackage4%Successwhen re-writingapplicationfromscratch42%Chance ofproject failureor excessivedelaysPackage:
  • 27. A Customer Perspective:Application ModernizationPackageRewriteModernizeCOSTRISKTIME TOVALUECOMPETITIVEADVANTAGE(0 – 10)Lowest costHigh riskMedium riskLow risk2-3 years3-5 years4 months4x cost10x cost1x cost0/10 competitive advantage6/10 competitive advantage10/10 competitiveadvantageLowest riskShortest timeGreatestadvantagePackageRewriteModernizePackageRewriteModernizePackageRewriteModernize
  • 28. IntroducingVisual COBOL
  • 29. Forces of ChangeREDUCTION OFBACKLOG / IT DEBTDISRUPTIVETECHNOLOGIES
  • 30. Embracing InnovationREDUCTION OFBACKLOG / IT DEBTDISRUPTIVETECHNOLOGIESNew ArchitectureMobileCloudDevelopmentEfficiencySkills andOrganization
  • 31. Embracing InnovationCloudMobileNew ArchitectureSkills andOrganizationDevelopmentEfficiency
  • 32. EfficiencyHighly effective development results with Visual COBOL• Faster code compile, edit and debug process• 30% improvement in developer productivity• Greater development team collaboration• Advanced COBOL development tooling – backgroundparsing, autocomplete, smart editing, etc.• Unified development environment supporting efficientcross-team development• Developer collaboration across all languagesBenefits Capability
  • 33. Industry standard development tools34
  • 34. Skills & the OrganizationBridge the Skills Gap with Visual COBOL• Address the skills challenge issue• Attract a new talent pool• Protect the value & importance of your coreapps• Works with industry standard IDEs - VisualStudio and Eclipse• Consistent development experience for C/C++,.NET, Java and COBOL developers• Smart editing tools make cutting “new” COBOLcode easier to learn than everBenefitsCapability
  • 35. Cloud ComputingScalable, cost-effective application deployment to the Cloud• Up to 70% reduction in IT costs• Increased application reliability,availability and serviceability• Rapid service deliveryBenefitsCapability• Deploy existing on-premise COBOLapplications into the Cloud• Access data from SQL Azure, AmazonS3 and other Cloud data storage• Supports Amazon and Azure Cloudmodels
  • 36. Mobile ComputingEnhance the User Experience with Visual COBOL• Build vibrant user interfaces. Deliver abetter user experience• Respond to consumer service demands• Get ahead of the competition.• Access COBOL applications and data fromIPhone, Android, Windows 8, andBlackberry devices• Create Web 2.0 & HTML 5 applications• Build SOA-enabled systemsBenefitsCapability
  • 37. ArchitecturePortable, agile, application deployment with Visual COBOL• Reduce your Time to Delivery by up to50%• Flexible application deployment & greaterchoice• Build once. Deploy anywhere!• Enterprise-wide portability of COBOLbusiness apps• Application deployment across 50+platforms including Windows, Unix, Linux,z/Linux, .NET, and JVM.• Integration with modern technologies suchas XML, SOA, Web Services, andRelational DatabasesBenefitsCapability
  • 38. Choose yourdevelopmentplatformBuild yourapplication asyou do todayEmbrace theIDEModernizeyour appsCloud andMobileMoving to Visual COBOLDelivering More Value
  • 39. COBOLProduct RoadmapScot NielsenMicro Focus
  • 40. R3/4JVMCOBOLPreviewJVMCOBOLLaunch2.0JDBCsupportPure JVM2.1WebContainersupport underTomcatWeb services,JSP andServletdeployment2.2Webcontainersupport forWebLogic,Websphere,JBOSS2.3EJBcontainerCOBOL JVM RoadmapFrom desktop to J2EE EJB deployment……re-use core COBOL apps directly withinthe Java Virtual Machine
  • 41. Performance
  • 42. The #1 Development toolset for COBOL
  • 43. Summary Point• Your Future requiresInnovative Thinking• For EnterpriseApplicationDevelopment, thesolution is:www.visualcobol.com/
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