Most companies today have a strategy for—or at least some goals surrounding—digital transformation. But as much as a coherent digital strategy is recognized as a necessity in today’s business world, many companies still struggle to achieve their digital goals. One common barrier they face is their dependence on legacy software. Removing this barrier has the potential to accelerate a company’s digital transformation, but it is important to understand that there are a number of options when dealing with legacy applications:
Way back in 2001, a small group of people issued a manifesto that came to revolutionize the world of software development. The principles underpinning this movement, known as agile development included a commitment to the end user, an ability to adapt to changing requirements, frequent delivery, collaborative work environments, results orientation, maintainability, simplicity, and constant improvement.
New version (1.1.0) of SummerBatch framework has been released. Discover the new enhancements in this article.
I recently found a study report about US federal agencies’s applications portfolios I would like to share with you. According to this study from MeriTalk, there is an urgent need to modernize legacy applications to overcome the problems associated with aging systems like security breaches, poor performance, and downtime.
By the end of December 2015, Computerworld published its Tech Forecast 2016 survey that highlights “Essential data points for the tech year ahead”.
Some points caught my attention as I read this interesting survey and I will discuss these in this article.