Legacy system modernization is the process of optimizing obsolete software to increase operational capacity, alleviate server maintenance, cut costs, deliver timely security updates, and easily integrate newer technologies. With modernized systems in place, you will achieve the agility to adapt to changing business conditions, deliver an unparalleled customer experience, and stay ahead of the competition.
Get all the benefits of modern app development by upgrading your infrastructure with Kubernetes.
Key approaches for application modernization
Cloud Computing: Rehost your apps to a modern cloud environment. As a result, you will achieve greater scalability and flexibility in accordance with the increasing demand, while reducing costs and ensuring system reliability.
Microservices: The microservices-based architecture implies decomposing large software components into smaller, loosely coupled pieces that can be operated independently. Microservices allow for faster deployments, efficient scalability, fault resistance, and flexibility, while experimenting with a new technology stack.
Containers: The best way to enable microservices is within containers. App containerization brings in a bunch of benefits such as portability across different cloud environments, efficiency in using compute resources, and scalability.
Average Modernisation Results
less time to release code into production
increase in developer productivity
reduction in time to scale an application
less time to patch operating systems
Container orchestration and automation: When you operate at scale, and the number of containers reaches hundreds of thousands, container orchestration comes to the rescue. It becomes possible to automate the deployment, management, scaling, availability, and networking of containers, while reducing human error.
How you benefit
Prag-Matic Engineers have a good understanding of cloud components and architectures.
By Employing cloud services, we dissolve code complexity to foster unparalleled efficiency across all cloud environments.
CI/CD pipelines are implemented.
Applications are implemented as microservices.
Applications are containerized and cloud-ready.