The Future of 3270 Terminal Emulation: The Tale of Two Architectures
Webinar recorded April 2018: Presenter is Patrick Fournier from SysperTec Communication. Patrick discusses two different options available for browser-based 3270 Terminal Emulation architectures in 2018.
There are significant differences between the options of the best 3270 TE architecture currently available! It’s important to know this distinction or else you may end up with a product that doesn’t add up to Virtel Web Access.
Watch Now | Length: 58 min.
The Future of 3270 Terminal Emulation
Webinar recorded November 2017: Presenters include Bob Thomas from Enterprise Systems Media and Patrick Fournier from SysperTec Communication. Bob Thomas will present the results from the latest survey, 2017 State of 3270 Terminal Emulation.
Along with the survey, Patrick will present a case for thin-client (browser-based) 3270 terminal emulation. He will discuss how it works, including security features, performance, and efficiency, and share with you his case studies. Patrick will look at the future of 3270 terminal emulation. What are the benefits? What about cloud migration and thin-client migration? See the future of 3270 TE client workstations. Deploying maintenance, updates, new releases/versions, is all done from z/OS.
Virtel Web Access, a secure alternative to client-based TN3270 emulation which relies on sound security principles and on a host-centric, thin-client, browser-based architecture that keeps the control of access to host assets squarely where it belongs: on the host. Resolving issues with legacy TN3270 emulators: client applets, middle-tier servers, Java components, support requirements, security concerns, compliance requirements.
Watch Now | Length: 48 min.
Ultra-Thin and Ultra-Secure: The Future of 3270 Client Workstations – hosted by SHARE
Webinar recorded July 2017: In 2016, Fraikin – the European leader in Commercial Vehicle Fleet services – decided to get out of the mainframe client workstation business altogether by replacing the 1,500 Windows PC workstations used to access their mainframe applications with minimalist Chrome-based devices from which desktop and mainframe applications are accessed in the Cloud.
Besides meeting its ambitious multimedia enabling and cost savings objectives, this Enterprise-wide Virtual Device Infrastructure (VDI) initiative resulted in the design of an ultra-thin and ultra-secure 3270 TE client workstation – one with drastically reduced and simplified support requirements, and with unparalleled mobility and flexibility. Come and see the future of 3270 TE client workstations.
Watch Now | Length: 50 min.