Java Application Reengineering

As enterprises routinely upgrade and migrate their Java application portfolios, applications that have added new functionality or enhanced existing functionality will not be evident. As a result, application bloating, or application inflation, steadily increases over time. The phenomenon of bloated applications considers application size, application complexity, the amount of integration with other applications, and cost of application maintenance. At the same time, applications similarly undergo deflation, where factors such as the number of knowledgeable application developers, the amount of current ...

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