Legacy Systems: Transformation Strategies
In Legacy Systems: Transformation Strategies, leading IT and business architecture consultant William Ulrich presents a step-by-step, phased roadmap to legacy transformation that maximizes business value, while minimizing cost, disruption, and risk. Transformation strategies, organizing disciplines, techniques, and tools reduce the risks of deploying the component-based architectures you need to stay competitive while maximizing the business value of core systems that work.
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agile analysis application architecture applications and data approach assessment business logic business processes business requirements business rule business units business-driven challenge Chapter COBOL collaborative component concept consolidation cost create cross-functional data architecture data definitions data migration data model data structures data warehouse database defined deliver deployed deployment documentation e-business efforts ensure example executives Extreme Programming front ends functions hardware impact implementation information architectures infrastructure initiatives integration involves J2EE Java language legacy applications legacy architecture transformation legacy data legacy environment legacy systems legacy transformation leverage mainframe mapping ment middleware object object-oriented organizations outsourcing package phased planning teams platform project team provides rationalization redesign redundant rehosting replacement reuse scenarios Services solutions source code streamline target architecture tasks third parties tion transaction transformation projects transformation repository transformation strategy upgrade user interface Web Services Web-based
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