Legacy Software Modernization You can leave your code on
You have worked hard to put in place the software that currently powers your business. Now they tell you it’s outdated and that you need to replace it with a higher-performance, more modern solution.
Here’s the thing: you don’t have to demolish your entire system and start from scratch! In 60% of cases, you can keep a fair share of your code and remove just the parts that are making the carriage squeak, so to speak.
Avoid throwing out the baby with the bathwater
Finding an optimal way to upgrade an old software base can be tricky, but it’s not impossible. One should perform a careful analysis of the system and put forth a plan for a redesign that meets your business objectives and does not put an unnecessary strain on the engineering team.
Here are just some of the cases we tackled
- An enterprise-scale monolith that needed to be broken into microservices.
- An enterprise CMS platform written with an outdated framework.
- A "Babylon tower" database built by various vendors over the course of 20 years.
- A home-grown web service that didn’t have enough in-house resources to grow and modernize.