Reducing the Risk of Legacy Architecture Modernization
by Perficient, Inc. on Nov 18, 2010
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Legacy application maintenance consumes a large percent of the IT budget, yet often delivers outdated results in form and function. Legacy applications are often monolithic and siloed, resulting in ...
Legacy application maintenance consumes a large percent of the IT budget, yet often delivers outdated results in form and function. Legacy applications are often monolithic and siloed, resulting in rigid business processes with high maintenance costs and long cycle times to change.
Users of Smart Phones, iPads and other devices, for example, wonder why the applications they...’re running look like they are stuck in the 1990s. The once desirable thin client not only looks dated, but delivers a poor user experience.
Join Perficient Perspectives for a look at application modernization using SOA, EDA, BPM and a muti-channel, Web 2.0 presentation layer with an approach than can reduce the risk of delivering underwhelming applications. We will discuss:
- Best practices for legacy integration with modern architecture
- How to create event-driven and agile business processes without ripping out legacy systems
- How technologies fit together to support reusable services across mobile and Web 2.0 applications
- Real-world case studies and working architecture diagrams
Presenter Eric Roch is Principal, SOA/Integration Solutions for Perficient.
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