Indentifying Infrastructure suppliers
The first phase involves identifying the base platform provider and enabling technology.
The second phase extends the usage of mining and conversion tools, and finally system integrator process.
Re-implementing applications on new platforms in this way can reduce operational costs, and the additional capabilities of new technologies can provide access to valuable functions such as Web Services and Integrated Development Environments. Once transformation is complete the applications can be aligned more closely to current and future business needs through the addition of new functionality to the transformed application.
In short, the legacy transformation process can be a cost-effective and accurate way to preserve legacy investments and thereby avoid the costs and business impact of migration to entirely new software. This report explains how transformation works and proposes a strategy for assessing the suitability of existing applications for migration to modern platforms such as J2EE and .NET.
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