The business case for legacy modernization could be summed up in one sentence: You’re never going to run a successful business in the twenty-first century by depending upon twentieth-century IT. By the mid to late 1990s, for instance, many organizations realized they needed to make
Going back to the last decade when cloud computing took its flight, organizations were curious about its growing demand. Prior to that, companies relied upon in-house IT infrastructure that meant hosting custom servers for development and deployment of applications inside the company’s premises. This clearly
Containers are a crucial entity in a cloud-based architecture. They promote portability, scalability, and are easy to deploy. Google alone deploys 2 billion containers in a week for its global services like Gmail and YouTube. Many small and big enterprises are seen deploying containers in
We talked about cloud-readiness assessments and the benefits of modernizing legacy systems, but what are the essential tools and methods for modernizing legacy applications? 4 Ways to Implement a Legacy Application Modernization 1. Re-Hosting One of the most popular methods we see is re-hosting (aka
What Are Lean Startups? Today in the market there are thousands of companies that may be working to build the same product as you are. So what assurance do you have that your target audience will prefer your product to others? Let’s take an example,
Rearchitecting applications involves sweeping change where an old monolithic application is completely revamped according to modern microservices architecture.
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This post will focus on the frequently overlooked fact that monitoring (like every other system), requires a good understanding of users and goals.
Software can solve business problems, it can increase efficiency to reduce operating costs and increase revenue, but only if it works.
Since machine learning is relatively new in the financial services space, business leaders must take a fail-forward approach, embracing the notion that not every data initiative will be a knockout success.
When making the decision to embrace Open Source Technologies for Enterprise, it’s critical for organizations to understand how these technologies can benefit them by creating a balance of freedom, collaboration, flexibility, and speed to market required for success.