RUNSYSTEM | RUNSYSTEM Joint Stock Company RUNSYSTEM’s legacy application migration service

Jan 24, 2024

Constant technology evolutions often lead to outdated systems and low performance. With our legacy application migration services, you are constantly modernized to adapt to the changing business needs of lower costs and fewer risks.

1. Features

  • Improved Performance: Legacy migration can lead to improved system performance, as newer technologies are often faster and more efficient than older ones.
  • Scalability: Legacy systems often lack the ability to scale, making it difficult for businesses to handle increased demand or growth. By migrating to newer technologies, businesses can ensure that their systems are scalable and can accommodate future growth.
  • Cost Savings: Maintaining and upgrading legacy systems can be costly, as it requires specialized knowledge and resources. Migrating to newer technologies can help businesses reduce maintenance and support costs in the long run.
  • Integration: Legacy systems often lack the ability to integrate with newer technologies or third-party applications, making it difficult to streamline business processes.
  • Security: Legacy systems can be vulnerable to security threats, as they may lack the latest security features and updates. Migrating to newer technologies can help businesses ensure that their systems are secure and protected against potential cyber threats.
  • Business Continuity: Legacy systems can be difficult to maintain and may be prone to downtime, which can disrupt business operations. By migrating to newer technologies, businesses can ensure that their systems are reliable and provide continuous service.

2. Technology

  • Cloud Computing: gives users access to storage, files, software, and servers through their internet-connected devices: computers, smartphones, tablets, and wearables. Cloud computing providers store and process data in a location that’s separate from end users.
  • Virtualization: is technology that you can use to create virtual representations of servers, storage, networks, and other physical machines. Virtual software mimics the functions of physical hardware to run multiple virtual machines simultaneously on a single physical machine.
  • Containerization: is a software deployment process that bundles an application’s code with all the files and libraries it needs to run on any infrastructure. Traditionally, to run any application on your computer, you had to install the version that matched your machine’s operating system.
  • Microservices: are an architectural and organizational approach to software development where software is composed of small independent services that communicate over well-defined APIs. These services are owned by small, self-contained teams.
  •  API Integration: is the connection between two or more applications, via their APIs, that lets those systems exchange data. API integrations power processes throughout many high-performing businesses that keep data in sync, enhance productivity, and drive revenue.




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