Legacy Systems Transformation
With e-business and the Web Services paradigm as the de-facto approach to building Information Systems for enterprises there is a pressing need to look beyond legacy systems and to go for options which provide ease of integration and extensibility.
The emvia Legacy Transformation Practice addresses the challenges surrounding the Legacy Systems and provides a set of service offerings to:
The revitalization of the legacy systems would involve looking at any of these options:
The emvia Legacy Revitalization Practice offers a suite of services which can be provided either independently or in a package.
Renovation aims to achieve flexibility through business rule isolation, management cost savings via complexity reduction, and greater efficiency through componentization and end-user friendly web-based interfaces. The services include:
Legacy Consolidation and Rationalization
Over a period of time Enterprise Information Systems end up with various applications, running on a host of machines which are loosely or tightly coupled. Maintaining these disparate systems becomes a nightmare. In such occasions a Legacy Consolidation and Rationalization option is taken to discover the wealth of business logic that is implicitly hidden in running systems, and for proper system documentation. The emvia Legacy Consolidation and Rationalization Service Offering are:
The compelling situations for a technology migration or update include vendor support withdrawal, high cost of maintenance, support skills unavailability, or inflexibility to quickly add new systems. The emvia Migration and Updates Offering are:
The Legacy Replacement Services are broadly classified into: