A large company with 430+ remote sites wanted to migrate their Oracle Rdb database to open source PostgreSQL. The application was to remain on an OpenVMS server; however the database was going to be located on a Linux server.
A large telecommunication provider wanted to replace their Alpha servers with Integrities. The core application running on OpenVMS comprised several million lines of complex code written in a variety of languages, including COBOL, Pascal, and C, and interacted with a Sybase database hosted on a UNIX platform, with communication between the OpenVMS-based application and the Sybase database being achieved via the Sybase Open Client API.
A government department needed to migrate their OpenVMS-based applications from Oracle RDB into Microsoft SQL server as part of a major initiative involving the implementation of several new Microsoft-based applications and use of open source libraries.
A large educational institute wanted to change its Student Management System database from Oracle Rdb to Oracle RDBMS hosted on Linux in order to better facilitate integration and standardisation with other systems.