What every CIO must know about application modernization

The current global crisis has only reinforced what was already true for many IT organizations—that they must increase agility and accelerate innovation to better serve customers and prevent future disruptions. But for many, maintenance of legacy IT systems has inhibited change and consumed disproportionate amounts of budget. In fact, a recent McKinsey study of enterprises found that legacy systems account for 74% of an organization’s IT spend while continuing to be a drag on innovation.

Today’s crisis has only increased the urgency with which organizations must modernize their applications in the cloud. By embracing public cloud technologies, organizations can reduce infrastructure costs and management overhead while increasing agility, scalability, and security. But change is not easy, and determining the right path forward can be challenging when critical systems are on the line.

At Google Cloud we’ve developed a number of best practices through our work with organizations of all sizes that we’re sharing in our new whitepaper, the CIO Guide to Application Modernization. In it, we share our insights on everything from modernizing your first applications all the way to transforming your entire software delivery strategy with a product delivery model.

Getting started with application modernization

Most application modernization starts with evaluating your existing applications. By streamlining your existing application portfolio, you can improve efficiency, reduce complexity, and lower your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). In our guide, we describe how to reorient your roadmap for application modernization through the lens of business services rather than applications.

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What every CIO must know about application modernization

The current global crisis has only reinforced what was already true for many IT organizations—that they must increase agility and accelerate innovation to better serve customers and prevent future disruptions. But for many, maintenance of legacy IT systems has inhibited change and consumed disproportionate amounts of budget. In fact, a recent McKinsey study of enterprises found that legacy systems account for 74% of an organization’s IT spend while continuing to be a drag on innovation.

Today’s crisis has only increased the urgency with which organizations must modernize their applications in the cloud. By embracing public cloud technologies, organizations can reduce infrastructure costs and management overhead while increasing agility, scalability, and security. But change is not easy, and determining the right path forward can be challenging when critical systems are on the line.

At Google Cloud we’ve developed a number of best practices through our work with organizations of all sizes that we’re sharing in our new whitepaper, the CIO Guide to Application Modernization. In it, we share our insights on everything from modernizing your first applications all the way to transforming your entire software delivery strategy with a product delivery model.

Getting started with application modernization

Most application modernization starts with evaluating your existing applications. By streamlining your existing application portfolio, you can improve efficiency, reduce complexity, and lower your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). In our guide, we describe how to reorient your roadmap for application modernization through the lens of business services rather than applications.

#google cloud platform #application development #cloud

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5 Surprising Benefits of Implementing an Enterprise Mobility Solution

http://blogs.rediff.com/shikha07/2020/09/16/5-surprising-benefits-of-implementing-an-enterprise-mobility-solution/

Enterprise mobility solution providers help the businesses to resolve complicated challenges with adaptable solutions and to acquire new user base. It helps the enterprise to streamline business operations on popular mobile platforms like iOS and Android to enhance the user experience. Implementing an enterprise mobility solution will reap long-term benefits for your business.

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Jones Brianna

Jones Brianna

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Top 5 Strategies for Legacy System Migration

http://blogs.rediff.com/shikha07/2020/09/25/top-5-strategies-for-legacy-system-migration/

The people who can truly understand the data are the business people who can decide what data to keep and what data can be thrown away. During the mapping exercise, it is important to involve someone from the business team for future backtracking. It is also helpful to record the mapping decisions and their reasons.

#legacy application migration #legacy application migration services #legacy application migration solution #legacy application modernization #legacy system modernization #legacy system migration

Were  Joyce

Were Joyce

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Features That Every Developer Must Know About Spring Boot

The framework is often termed as “Spring on Steroids” and indeed it is.

If you are not living under the rock, then you must have heard about Spring Boot, the framework which provides a simpler and faster way to set up, configure, and run both simple and web-based applications.  Spring Boot is a framework created to simplify the bootstrapping and development of a new Spring application  by the Pivotal team.

History

Well, Pivotal was heavily criticized for their heavy reliance of XML based configurations. In 2013, the CTO of Pivotal made the company mission to make an XML-free development platform that would not only simplify the development of the applications but also would simplify the dependency management, which was a nightmare back then.

In the third quarter of 2013, Spring Boot gained huge popularity by demonstrating its simplicity with a runnable web application that fit in under 140-characters, delivered in a tweet. This tweet came after its first beta release and was enough to make the developers talk about it.

The Viral tweet of Spring Boot’s “Hello World” in 2013

Spring Boot, in a single line, means:

( Spring Framework — XML Configuration ) + Integrated Server

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Gerhard Brink

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The Rising Value of Big Data in Application Monitoring

In an ecosystem that has become increasingly integrated with huge chunks of data and information traveling through the airwaves, Big Data has become irreplaceable for establishments.

From day-to-day business operations to detailed customer interactions, many ventures heavily invest in data sciences and data analysis  to find breakthroughs and marketable insights.

Plus, surviving in the current era, mandates taking informed decisions and surgical precision based on the projected forecast of current trends to retain profitability. Hence these days, data is revered as the most valuable resource.

According to a recent study by Sigma Computing , the world of Big Data is only projected to grow bigger, and by 2025 it is estimated that the global data-sphere will grow to reach 17.5 Zettabytes. FYI one Zettabyte is equal to 1 million Petabytes.

Moreover, the Big Data industry will be worth an estimate of $77 billion by 2023. Furthermore, the Banking sector generates unparalleled quantities of data, with the amount of data generated by the financial industry each second growing by 700% in 2021.

In light of this information, let’s take a quick look at some of the ways application monitoring can use Big Data, along with its growing importance and impact.

#ai in business #ai application #application monitoring #big data #the rising value of big data in application monitoring #application monitoring