Legacy applications can sometimes be difficult to manage for organisations undergoing a digital transformation. Software developed on out-of-date platforms using older programming tools can be inflexible and difficult to change. Our application modernisation services can help to transform your legacy applications to become more agile and efficient, through the power of modern-day techniques. We address critical issues, such as whether to migrate, re-platform or remediate legacy applications.
this provides an understanding of your legacy systems, allowing us to develop the business case around renewing existing applications
this extracts the business requirements from software applications and recasts them in natural or formal language for further analysis or forward engineering
enhances your applications’ functionality, making them easier to maintain and part of a highly-scalable framework
moves your applications to newer, less expensive and more efficient technology platforms
migrates you to a standards-based environment while minimizing disruption to the business
We add value from existing applications while reducing costs, limiting disruptions and decreasing risk. The outcome transforms legacy applications to achieve high performance.
We can help you to safely and gradually move away from an architecture that is hampering the success of your business. We help your teams by gaining deep understanding of your business processes and defining the best architectural approach for each business aspect of the solution. We have a vast experience with Cloud Architectures, Clean Architecture, Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS), Domain Driven Design (DDD), Event Sourcing, Microservices, Serverless Architectures, Containerization, Continuous Delivery and Continuous Integration (CI/CD).
We can help you to improve your software delivery process by implementing Lean Agile methodologies, such as Kanban to your company. The goal is to reduce the cost of moving software from the source control to the production environment. This eliminates waste, reduces work in progress, helps you to find the optimal batch size of your deliverables, reduces cycle times and increases feedback time, allowing your company to rapidly respond to changes, improving the learning process and making your team members and customers happier.
Implementing DevOps can be a challenging journey. It involves breaking old habits and the status quo. You must look to your production line and question every aspect and work hard to remove the bottlenecks. Be prepared to overcome not only cultural changes but also change the way your teams learn, how they craft software and how to leverage automation to reduce the transaction costs. We can assist you to in the automation of infrastructure and ultimately described as code. We have a wide and deep understanding of cloud computing which can help you to cut down operational costs and improve automation capabilities.
Event Storming is an agile workshop-based session that helps you to map out business process using the ubiquitous language adhering to the Domain Driven Design (DDD) software development principle. The basic idea is to gather software developers and domain experts together and to learn from each other. We will map out events that happen inside your business process and uncover the commands that cause those events. We then identify the actors that trigger the commands and the aggregates to which those commands run against. Event Storming sessions are fun and designed to improve the learning curve over a business process/domain.
It is commonly accepted that tests which are easier and faster to run will usually lead to shorter and more valuable feedback cycles for your teams. This can also drive down the cost of testing and provide greater confidence in the deliverables. Tests are key to guarantee speed and confidence over your delivery pipeline. Nowadays, common wisdom says that ‘code is liability’. Maintaining a code base can be expensive and having a nice, well-written suite of tests is key, in order to reduce this cost. A suite of tests should also be written using the best programming and good practices and patterns.