Application Rationalization with Microservices Architecture
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Scalability and Flexibility Application Rationalization
At its core, Application Rationalization is the process of strategically identifying applications across your business to determine which ones should be kept, replaced, retired, or even consolidated. With the right partner by your side, application rationalization can be an incredible opportunity to achieve improvements in business operations in a way that also better prepares your infrastructure for future challenges, too.
Application Refactoring: Rehost, Replatform, Refactor, Replace, Retire, or Retain
- Dramatically improving code readability.
- Simplifying code structure.
- Improving maintainability, performance and even extensibility.
Cloud Migration prerequisite Application Rationalization
- Assess the current state of your applications.
- Determine the migration strategy that suits you best.
- Plan for your migration.
- Help you achieve total stakeholder buy-in.
- Handle vendor management.
- Train your employees on the new environment.
- Refractor and re-platform your existing applications should that be deemed necessary.
- And more.
Transforming for Innovation, Sustainability and Security
Gone are the days where applications were bulky and stagnant. Applications are now expected to continuously evolve with the business. Monolithic applications of yesteryear are gradually being replaced or converted into the Microservices architecture in order to accommodate these changes.
This migration transforms formerly monolithic applications into highly maintainable and testable Microservices Architecture systems. Because components are loosely coupled, they’re also independently deployable and are platform and language independent. So you can even migrate some components to a more modern programming language without breaking the rest of the application.
CCT Guided Journey To The Cloud
Once the Integration Strategy is identified, the next step is to identify the MICROSERVICES ARCHITECTURE that will best suit the needs of your business. This will depend on many factors that are unique to your organization such as the nature of the business and the market segment.