Category: Application Transformation

Application Transformation
Monolith to Modularity, an example

Virtual Machines and Monoliths can be valid.  It is untrue that every application must be decomposed into microservices, and containers.  Decomposed microservices architectures are difficult to build and operate, leading to higher costs.   Not all

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Application Transformation
Assessing Applications for the Cloud

Assessing Applications for the Cloud   Every modernized datacenter or cloud will provide, at a minimum, the basic VM infrastructure, storage, and network services. When you transform mission-critical applications for use in the cloud, your

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App modernization
Application Transformation
Cloud Native Application Characteristics

    There are numerous characteristics that an application should have when transitioning to a cloud infrastructure. Key characteristics of cloud-enabled (cloud-native) applications include the following:   Secure multitenancy This means that the application is

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Application Transformation
Agile Transformation

Application development is now focused on rapid and continuous delivery. Previous “legacy” practices, following previously traditional ideas such as releasing applications once or twice a year, are now out of vogue. It is not just

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