In a legacy modernization sense, hybrid cloud is excellent because in a phased, microservices approach of migration through business rules extraction, batch offloading, or even database replication, business functions can be placed in the cloud or on premises at the administrator’s discretion to maximize the effectiveness of that particular service.
If you’re considering a phased approach to modernization or an extraction of business functions from legacy systems as microservices, it is a worthwhile exercise to investigate hybrid cloud and how it might benefit the business as you retire big iron.Read more
Modern Systems just wrapped up a large legacy systems assessment for a US government entity. The results of the assessment will act as the foundation for a broader set of legacy modernization projects. Our experts were tasked with assessing and evaluate their existing mainframe systems by performing discovery, analysis and documentation of the application components (code, programs, procedures, maps, languages and databases) revealing and categorizing all dependencies across applications. The objective was to reveal and categorize uses, unused, duplicate, standalone, and missing components so the customer could get an estimate the cost and support services to complete a refactoring of these applications.Read more
Historically, legacy systems such as mainframes could be augmented to some extent to meet modern expectations, digital transformation is driving a wedge between legacy systems and the functionality that customers require to maintain competitive advantage. In fact, the reasons large firms are falling behind small tech startups in many cases- lack of scalability, difficult integration, cumbersome collaboration, and costly changes, are the same reasons legacy systems are holding them back.Read more
Modern Systems has been diligently working with a global information technology company headquartered in the United States to complete a massive legacy modernization project in recent months. The system being modernized was originally written in COBOL with ADABAS and after modernization to Java with Oracle, will be sold as a SaaS offering to customers of the firm.Read more
Most Enterprise Architects are looking to migrate outdated COBOL to Java environments to lighten the burden these old systems place on innovation. Why?
Businesses are under tremendous pressure to create new value for their customers. Coupled with the enormous demand for software-based products and services, the trend of competitive differentiation through technology isn’t a huge surprise. Additionally, organizations are finding that traditional approaches to software development and delivery are not sufficient to meet these needs.Read more
Exciting news from the UK! Modern Systems recently teamed up with a large financial services firm to kick off a COBOL to Java automated conversion and migration from non-relational, legacy databases to relational Oracle Database. The project kicked off recently and will be managed and staffed by team members from across the globe.Read more
People have been preparing for the worst for ages, but modern Americans have turned it into an art form. At the dawn of the Atomic Age, […]Read more
Modern Systems, the leader in helping enterprise organizations modernize their existing application environment in alignment with business strategy, today announced its successful partnership with workload automation solutions provider Stonebranch.Read more