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Migration to new technology

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Our company encompasses a diverse spectrum of technologies, ensuring that the chosen solution aligns perfectly with your organizational goals. With a thorough understanding of your enterprise objectives, we meticulously handpick the technology that truly amplifies your capabilities. 

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It ensures smooth transition that minimizes disruption and maximizes the benefits of modernization. While this process may be labor-intensive, its long-term rewards in terms of efficiency, maintainability and competitive advantage make it an investment well worth undertaking.

This activity is far more than just rewriting code or updating software components – it involves a fundamental rethink of the system’s architecture. Redesigning architectures plays a pivotal role in ensuring a seamless and successful transition to new technology stacks.

Disparate systems, accumulated over time, can be a complex web of legacy applications, databases and tools that no longer serve the evolving needs of a modern tech ecosystem. Consolidation is the key to streamlining operations and reducing redundancy.

We recognize the pulse of the enterprise environment – the stakes, the challenges and the need for a seamless transition. With a track record of successful tech stack transitions within the enterprise realm, we’re intimately familiar with the nuances and hurdles that might arise. Our unwavering commitment to mitigating negative impacts and minimizing downtime during tech stack transitions reflects our dedication to delivering excellence.

types of technology migrations

Enterprises often migrate from one database system to another. For example, transitioning from Oracle to PostgresSQL or from on-premises databases to cloud-based solutions like Amazon RDS or Azure SQL Database. 

Businesses may need to move their websites or web applications from one hosting provider to another, such as switching from shared hosting to a virtual private server (VPS) or migrating to a cloud platform like AWS, Google Cloud, or Azure. 

Replacing outdated legacy systems with modern solutions is a critical migration. This often involves custom software development to replicate or improve upon the functionality of the legacy system. 

Moving on-premises applications and workloads to the cloud is a significant technology migration. This can include Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS) migrations. 

When a programming language or framework becomes outdated or no longer meets business needs, a migration to a newer language or framework is necessary. For instance, migrating a PHP-based application to a Node.js 

Transitioning applications to containerized environments (e.g. Docker) and orchestrating them using tools like Swarm or Kubernetes is a popular migration for modernizing infrastructure and improving scalability. 

One of the examples was introducing contenerized microservices for large complex platform for analyzing SAP systems metadata. The rapid growth of business web application driven by analyzing dozens of growing data, pushed the need to make it highly accessible web app. Eventually, we migrated huge monolithic platform to be distributed across multiple containers, intercommunicating with each other, and easily manageable. 

examples of migrations we've carried out

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