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Transform legacy into cloud-native. Accelerate digital transformation through efficient application modernization.



Effective application transformation services embracing modern microservice architecture


See how we help you company go through application transformation with ease by using the help of digital transformation consulting teams.




Evaluate your App


During this process, an application is verified on what has to be done to provide a successful transition. You have to identify key workloads that need to be migrated to the cloud and evaluate the app’s compatibility with the 12-factor app methodology. To avoid delays in the transformation process, identify potential bottlenecks ahead.


Enhance Transformed Software


A successful legacy application transformation is completed by ensuring your application’s long-term resiliency and maintainability through setting up CI/CD pipelines. Implementing CI/CD automation provides you with improvements in delivery, maintenance, and troubleshooting.



Transform Legacy Software Using Proven Methodologies


The transition to cloud-native requires incremental decoupling of the monolith into a microservices-based application. Your legacy apps are broken down into smaller units and packed into containers or serverless functions to accelerate their orchestration.


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Discover how we implement the application transformation process tailored to your needs


Depending on your specific technology stack, software state, and business objectives, your applications may require different approaches. Our consulting team works closely with you to understand your unique needs and provide tailored recommendations to meet those requirements.


Re-hosting


During this process, an application is verified on what has to be done to provide a successful transition. You have to identify key workloads that need to be migrated to the cloud and evaluate the app’s compatibility with the 12-factor app methodology. To avoid delays in the transformation process, identify potential bottlenecks ahead.

Re-platforming


On this stage, you are going through iterative application refactoring that uses 12-factor principles and microservices pattern. The transition to cloud native requires incremental decoupling of the monolith into a microservices-based application. Your legacy apps are broken down into smaller units and packed into containers to accelerate its orchestration.

Re-architecting


A successful legacy application transformation is completed with ensuring long-term resiliency and maintainability of your application through setting up CI/CD pipelines. Implementing CI/CD automation provides you with improvements in delivery, maintenance, and troubleshooting.



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What should you know about cloud-native app development?


What is cloud-native app development and how does it differ from traditional app development?

Cloud-native app development is an approach to building applications specifically designed to run and thrive in cloud environments. It differs from traditional app development in that it leverages cloud-native principles and technologies, such as containerization, microservices architecture, and dynamic orchestration, to achieve greater scalability, agility, and resilience. Cloud-native apps are built with the cloud as their primary deployment platform, allowing them to fully harness the benefits of cloud computing.


What are the advantages of developing cloud-native applications?

The advantages of developing cloud-native applications are manifold. Firstly, cloud-native apps offer enhanced scalability, allowing them to handle varying workloads and accommodate growth seamlessly. They are highly resilient, with built-in fault tolerance and self-healing capabilities, ensuring high availability and reliability. Cloud-native apps also promote agility, enabling rapid development, deployment, and updates. They facilitate efficient resource utilization, cost optimization, and the ability to leverage cloud services for increased functionality. Additionally, they encourage a modular and decoupled architecture, fostering improved maintainability and scalability.


What technologies and frameworks are commonly used in cloud-native app development?

Several technologies and frameworks are commonly used in cloud-native app development. Containers, such as Docker, are utilized for packaging and isolating application components. Container orchestration platforms like Kubernetes provide automated management, scaling, and deployment of containers. Service mesh frameworks like Istio offer features for traffic management, security, and observability in microservices architectures. Continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) pipelines, along with infrastructure-as-code tools like Terraform, assist in automating deployment and infrastructure provisioning.


What considerations should be made when migrating existing applications to a cloud-native architecture?

When migrating existing applications to a cloud-native architecture, several considerations should be made. It’s important to assess the compatibility of the application with cloud-native technologies and identify any dependencies or modifications required. The application should be decomposed into microservices or modular components to leverage the benefits of scalability and flexibility. Proper data management and migration strategies need to be devised, and security, monitoring, and observability measures should be implemented to ensure a seamless transition.


How does cloud-native app development impact scalability and resilience of applications?

Cloud-native app development greatly impacts the scalability and resilience of applications. By adopting cloud-native principles and technologies, applications can dynamically scale horizontally to handle increased traffic and demand. They can leverage container orchestration platforms to automatically scale resources based on workload fluctuations. Additionally, cloud-native apps are designed to be resilient, with features like self-healing, load balancing, and automated failover, ensuring high availability and fault tolerance. The combination of scalability and resilience empowers applications to handle unpredictable loads and maintain a consistent user experience, even in the face of failures or disruptions.