Determining how to modernize legacy applications depends on many factors that span well beyond source code or target technology. The following steps should not only help you prepare for legacy application modernization; they also should help you clarify the right modernization methodology to pursue.
An IBM Software Technical Sales leader reached out to us on Twitter and asked how we define legacy applications. We thought this was a great question and wanted to share our definition to a broader audience.
Several leaders from Synchrony Systems attended CloudExpo / DXWorldExpo New York on November 12-13, 2018. While we walked away with many new insights, we would like to share three highlights from sessions at DXWorld that resonated with us.
CEO Slavik Zorin was the featured executive in the Software and Information Industry Association’s (SIIA) Vision from the Top. This program gives members a glimpse into what drove the success of these industry leaders. This is an excerpt from the interview with links to the full-length feature.
Efforts to move governments to a digital, mobile-first engagement model often are held back under the weight of legacy systems—and, in many cases, smaller budgets. Slavik Zorin has spend 20+ years in the modernization field and offers these tips when developing an RFI or RFP for your government IT modernization initiative.
The integration of Synchrony’s Modernization Lifecycle Platform (MLP) with Slack collaboration takes the notion of shift-left to the next level: project stakeholders are aware of events sooner, and can respond faster, as an integrated collaboration eliminates intermediate steps for modernization projects.
Retraining the workforce is a big disruption for a business. It’s why so many modernizations are delayed until the situation is dire—the infrastructure won’t support the system anymore or there isn’t anyone left to support it. User experience (UX) equivalency means the modernized system would not only be recognizable to the user, but 100% equivalent from a usability perspective. This means no retraining for users.
Synchrony Systems, Inc., a leader in legacy application modernizations, today announced that their Modernization Lifecycle Platform (MLP) was named a 2018 SIIA CODiE Awards finalist in the Best DevOps Tool category. Finalists represent the best products, technologies, and services in software, information and business technology.
Our founder and CEO, Slavik Zorin, has been a pioneer in the field of legacy application modernization for 20 years. He was interviewed about his vision for the future, modern-day modernization approaches now made real by his company, Synchrony Systems
Another exciting Google Hangout* with a distinguished panel of guests as we deep dive into the multi-platform application development challenges related to: Integrating Systems of Record (Mainframe) with new Systems of Engagement (Mobile).
Synchrony Systems, a leader in the application migration and modernization space, will present a pilot application built for BART to enable its mobile workforce to get up to the minute status of cars and trains.