Architecting Legacy Systems

Legacy systems are the applications that have been deployed in your data center for decades without undergoing many changes. In a fast-changing technology environment, these systems get outdated and are challenging to maintain. Legacy systems are not only defined by their age but sometimes by their inability to meet growing business needs, due to the underlying architecture and technology.

Often, large enterprises deal with legacy applications to run crucial day-to-day business tasks. These legacy systems are spread across industries such as healthcare, finance, transportation, and supply chain industries, and so on. Companies have to spend heavily on maintenance and support of these systems, which warrants the ...

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