Application Modernization Challenges Aren't Just Technical
There are four crucial components of application modernization: business aspects, organizational opportunities, personnel needs and skills.
By Joseph Gulla04/01/2019
- Contribute to design, develop and potentially lead other specialists/developers on digital transformation engagements modernizing existing legacy platform (IBM mainframe–COBOL, CICS, Db2, etc.) to a modernized (SOA, microservices and/or API-enabled) enterprise architecture
- Utilize provided information and appropriate frameworks to develop assessment materials to understand client needs and drive technical activities to completion
- Conduct legacy asset analysis, code restructuring and refactoring, code conversion. Perform business logic extraction and build executable business rules.
- Implement service-enabled, rules-based solutions on either mainframe or distributed platforms as well as other modernization offerings
- Drive adoption of agile and iterative project approaches
- Drive adoption of flexible and extensible web UI solutions using design thinking to arrive at effective user experiences
- Develop medium to high complexity benefit realization models utilizing the modernization workshop and assessment methodology
Joseph Gulla is the general manager and IT leader of Alazar Press. He's a frequent Destination z contributor and writes a weekly IT Trendz blog. More →
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