Upgrade performance, automate processes, or adopt a full-fledged application modernization strategy
Application modernization is more than just extending the lifespan of your legacy systems. It's about enhancing their capabilities and unlocking unprecedented productivity for your team.
Whether you're aiming to upgrade performance, automate processes, or adopt a full-fledged application modernization strategy, our team can help transition your legacy applications into the future.
Our mission? To supercharge your operations and modernize your legacy software performance by:
Amplifying reporting capabilities
Reducing manual processes and human errors
Introducing more automation
And ultimately--with minimum interruptions--help you build a happier, more dynamic team.
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Explore Our Services for Modernizing Legacy Systems
At a glance
Legacy System Security Enhancements
Protect your legacy software from cyber threats, including penetration testing, vulnerability assessments, and timely patches.
We'll refine your legacy software, making it faster and more responsive by tuning code, optimizing databases, and integrating advanced caching mechanisms
Seamlessly align your legacy system with modern tools and platforms. Including building new integration bridges, crafting middleware solutions and more.
Modernize your legacy system interfaces to enhance user-friendliness, ensuring they align with the latest application functionality and workflow.
Cloud Application Modernization
Migrate legacy systems to the cloud effortlessly. Ensure seamless interaction with cloud solutions.
Data Management and Analytics
Stay ahead with upgraded data storage solutions, cutting-edge big data analytics, and stringent data compliance measures.
Enhance the agility of your legacy software through easily managed and updatable modular components.
We craft Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that allow your legacy systems to fluidly interact with modern tools and third-party solutions.
Documentation and Training
We will empower your IT staff with comprehensive documentation and training on your newly modernized legacy systems.
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
Secure your legacy software with upgraded backup systems, failover solutions, and a solidified disaster recovery strategy.
Consulting and Strategy Development
Align your legacy software with the broader IT strategy of your organization. Let us guide your journey with strategic roadmaps.
With rigorously developed automated testing we will ensure all updates and changes maintain the legacy system's integrity.
Infuse your legacy applications with DevOps principles, streamlining processes from development to deployment.
Maintenance & Support
Our dedicated team offers ongoing support, ensuring your modernized legacy systems are always performing at their best.
Embark on a journey of transformation, and let our application modernization services help you lead the way.
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Common questions about legacy systems modernization
Modernizing an old system or application involves: Assessment and Planning: Evaluate the current system's architecture, performance, and security. Define modernization objectives, considering budget, operational limits, and risks like data loss or downtime. Modernization Strategy: Options include: Rehosting: Minimal changes, often to the cloud. Refactoring/Rewriting: Align with modern architectures. Replatforming: Adapt to a new platform, optimizing features. Replacing: Implement a new solution. Technology Selection: Choose suitable technologies and platforms. Migration Plan: Outline detailed migration steps. Development and Testing: Implement and test for functionality and compatibility. Data Migration: Transfer data ensuring integrity. Deployment: Deploy in production, with rollback strategies. Training and Support: Train users, provide ongoing support. Continuous Improvement: Regular updates based on feedback and new technologies.
Choosing the best application modernization technique depends on your organization's specific needs and existing infrastructure. Popular methods include: Rehosting (Lift-and-Shift): Move applications to a new environment, typically the cloud, without major changes. Ideal for quick migrations, reducing costs, or improving scalability. Refactoring: Optimize existing code without altering functionality, useful for enhancing performance or maintainability. Rearchitecting: Major architectural changes to improve scalability or performance, often shifting to microservices. Rebuilding: Rewrite the application entirely for modern features or technologies. Replacing: Substitute with a new application or commercial solution when current ones are inadequate. Containerization: Encapsulate in containers for enhanced portability and scalability. Using Platform as a Service (PaaS): Develop and manage applications on cloud platforms for rapid deployment.
Digital transformation presents several challenges: Cultural Resistance: Overcoming employee and management apprehension towards new digital methods. Lack of Clear Strategy: Need for a cohesive digital strategy aligned with business goals. Budget Constraints: Significant investment needs and complex ROI justification. Talent Gap: Recruiting and retaining digital experts in a competitive market. Technological Complexity: Choosing and integrating new technologies with legacy systems. Data Management: Handling data collection, analysis, and regulatory compliance. Cybersecurity Risks: Balancing security with agility and user experience. Scaling and Sustainability: Expanding digital initiatives effectively and sustainably. Change Management: Managing transition smoothly, including stakeholder alignment. Rapid Technological Change: Keeping pace with evolving digital landscapes. Regulatory Compliance: Navigating complex legal and regulatory environments.oyment.
The 7Rs of cloud application modernization are strategies for updating or migrating legacy applications to the cloud: Rehost (Lift and Shift): Move applications to the cloud unchanged. Refactor (Repackage): Make minimal changes for cloud compatibility. Rearchitect (Redesign): Overhaul architecture for cloud-native features. Rebuild (Rewrite): Completely rewrite using cloud-native technologies. Replace (Drop and Shop): Substitute with a cloud-native app, often SaaS. Retain (Revisit): Keep in the current environment, with future reassessment. Retire (Remove): Decommission obsolete applications.
Application modernization is the process of updating older software to new computing methods, including contemporary frameworks and infrastructure. It typically involves: Replatforming: Migrating an app to a new platform, like the cloud, enhancing performance without changing its architecture. Refactoring: Optimizing existing code to improve performance and maintainability, keeping the same external behavior. Rearchitecting: Overhauling the app's architecture for greater modularity, like shifting to microservices. Rebuilding: Redesigning the app from scratch while maintaining its original purpose. Replacing: Switching out outdated software with new solutions that better meet current business needs and technological standards.
The optimal automated toolset for legacy modernization varies based on project specifics, existing tech, future goals, and budget. Key tools include: Cloud Migration: AWS Migration Tools, Azure Migrate, Google Cloud Migrate. Containerization/Orchestration: Docker, Kubernetes, Red Hat's OpenShift. Refactoring/Replatforming: RefactoriX, mLogica STAR*M, VMware Tanzu. Code Analysis/Assessment: CAST Software, SonarQube. CI/CD: Jenkins, GitLab CI/CD, CircleCI. Database Modernization: AWS Schema Conversion Tool, Oracle SQL Developer. Legacy Integration: Dell Boomi, MuleSoft Anypoint. Monitoring/Performance: New Relic, Datadog. Low-Code Platforms: OutSystems, Mendix.