HP e3000 MPE Resource Center
On November 14, 2001 Hewlett Packard announced the end of life of the HP e3000 line, which for 30 years has proven itself by running the mission-critical applications for many organizations worldwide.
The HP3000 has been around since 1974. In many corporations it is embedded so deeply into the very heart of the organization that to replace it with another platform (migration) is a daunting task from which many people are shying. Those who intend to remain on HP3000 indefinately are the homesteaders. For those who decide that migration from HP3000 is the answer, Sector7 can help.
Sector7's User Tools and In-House Services
You can use Sector7's tools and in-house services to migrate your HP3000 applications to Linux and UNIX.
You may want to use Sector7's tools to migrate HP3000 applications on your own, but need some help. Sector7's Migration Kick-Start Program may be for you.
Maybe you have tried to migrate HP3000 applications on your own, but found it consumed too much of your resources. Sector7 can perform the migration for you.
- Porting COBOL and Powerhouse Applications to AIX/Oracle: Issues and Answers
- Gartner's reaction to the end of the HP e3000
- Sector7 in the news
- Sector7's HP e3000 MPE Legacy Application Management SlideShow
- Sector7's HP e3000 MPE Legacy Application Management SlideShow (en español)
- Read HP's announcement letter