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Why Is Documentation Essential?

There are a lot of articles in the computer press at the moment that discusses application modernization and how easy it can be by replacing the user interface and leaving the server side code untouched. However, this approach ignores some of the major issues...

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Application Modernization – Challenges Part 1

Application Modernization can cause organizations different headaches depending on the reason for the project according to this article from the TechTarget website. It shows how a lack of knowledge of the systems and the business rules embedded in them can be major...

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Why you need great documentation to outsource

This is an interesting article from CIO magazine that looks at the future of IT in business and particularly how it relates to the outsourcing of IT jobs. One of the main areas for organizations to focus is on application modernization. The article shows how it is...

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Why Should You Consider Application Modernization?

Application modernization is, simply put, the replacement of an “old” application with the same functionality in a modern technical environment. Now, the problem with application modernization is that it does not really have a business driver. In other words, the...

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What is DevOps?

DevOps is where traditionally siloed organizational units work together to increase the business' ability to rapidly deliver applications and services. This increase in speed enables businesses to be more competitive and to respond to customer demand in a more timely...

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Why Modernize Any Legacy Application

A legacy application is just a subset of the "legacy" challenge that is facing CIOs worldwide. Legacy, in its broadest sense, covers not only the applications but also the infrastructure those applications run on and updating these legacy environments is a huge time...

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7 not-so-secret weapons to modernize apps

Application rationalization is becoming more and more prevalent as business recognize the number of applications they have, and the languages they are written in, are becoming unstainable. They need to reduce the numbers and make sure the technical architecture used...

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How Application Rationalization Should Be Done

Application rationalization is the process by which organizations strategically identify business applications to determine which applications should be kept, replaced, retired or consolidated. The goal is to achieve improvements in business operations and a reduction...

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