Maestro II

Maestro™ II

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He was formerly development manager at Softlab GmbH in Munich, where he was responsible for the Maestro II repository.
Maestro II allows large groups of developers to build business applications in a client/server environment using multiple workstation operating systems.
Kopcke has relocated to Germany where he will head Softlab's Application Development Products & Services business unit and will be responsible for the entire Maestro II product line.
The company's product line, Maestro II is targeted to FORTUNE 500 organizations and provides an infrastructure for large-scale, team-based maintenance activities in legacy mainframe software.
These include scanning capabilities for PL/I, as well as re-implemented scanners for COBOL and embedded SQL, CICS and DL/1 and IMS DB/DC, which substantially increase scanning speed and capabilities, provide a standard environment, and allow for more information on the Maestro II repository.
After an introductory page where users select their preferred language, Web surfers can access Softlab's company profile, the training and support catalog, and information about Maestro II -- an infrastructure consisting of an integrated workgroup environment with facilities which support large-scale, team-based maintenance activities for legacy mainframe systems.
Maestro II allows companies to gain greater control over their maintenance processes by integrating people, processes, data and technology.
The service is part of Softlab's complete maintenance solution which includes: a workflow and process study, a proof of concept, and Softlab's Maestro II infrastructure.
The IT Process Re-engineering service is an integral part of Softlab's full maintenance solution which includes Maestro II, an infrastructure consisting of an integrated workgroup environment with facilities which support large-scale, team-based maintenance activities for legacy mainframe systems.
Softlab's chief product, Maestro II, is an infrastructure consisting of an integrated workgroup environment with facilities that support large-scale team-based maintenance activities for legacy mainframe systems.
announced today its plans to create a software development organization in Atlanta to build the next generation of Maestro II maintenance and redevelopment tools for legacy system software.