Rearchitect Your Future Without Disrupting It
Many enterprises today are failing to innovate due to the inefficiencies of their legacy applications. While investing in application modernization will bring new life to legacy systems, it is imperative for digital leaders to know the safety requirements for modernizing legacy technologies. This includes regulatory compliance obligations, chances for loss of data logic, and third-party integration capabilities.
One way to avoid common pitfalls in legacy application modernization is to leverage the world’s fastest and most reliable infrastructure available. By modernizing applications with AWS, enterprises can build innovative apps with a serverless architecture, re-platform legacy applications to modern AWS-managed containers, or overhaul delivery pipelines using a modern DevOps model.
No matter the size or scope of the initiative, AWS’ wide breadth of services helps to ensure you choose the application modernization pathway that fits your business.
Benefits of AWS Application Modernization
With AWS, offloading the infrastructure management and maintenance costs can not only reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by up to 64%, but it can also help you realize the following:
Faster Time to Market
Docker containers make apps easier to scale and develop, accelerating the speed of build-and-release cycles.
Modular microservices architecture increases team agility by allowing changes to individual components.
Deploy reliable modern apps by automating development processes and gain enhanced lifecycle development monitoring.
Modular microservices architecture allows for component experimentation and changes to occur with minimal risk to the SDLC.
Using RBAC, single sign on & multi-account environment, AWS enables teams to provision and operate without sacrificing business agility and governance.
Enable teams to support a single instance or scale to thousands of instances for continuous delivery, integration, and improvement.
AWS Application Modernization Advantage
Whether managing and running apps in the cloud, on-premise, or a hybrid environment — AWS provides the proven tools for infrastructure provisioning, orchestration, security, networking, automation, and monitoring.
- Container image hardening & continuous scanning using ECR (Amazon Elastic Container Registry)
- Controlled access to the APIs
- Implementing end-end TLS
- Restrict administrative boundaries between resources
Networking and Connectivity
Observation and Monitoring
AWS Application Modernization in Action
A leading provider of prepaid debit cards needed to build a dependable, robust, and secure technology infrastructure for migrating its micro-services from on-prem to the AWS cloud platform.
To learn how Trianz used Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform, and AWS services to build a container orchestration system for automating deployments, scaling, and management of containerized applications — read this case study on Micro-Services Migration From On-Premise To AWS Cloud.
A global HealthTech provider needed to address problems caused by monolithic applications. They wanted to leverage containers to build a microservices architecture for faster automation, scalability, availability, and fault tolerance.
To learn how Trianz helped the client scale its applications through DevOps and by building CI/CD workflows to deploy AWS cloud components — read this case study on Accelerating Decision Making with AWS Data Analytics Platform.
Why Trianz and AWS for Your Application Modernization Initiative?
As an AWS Advanced Partner, Trianz has the knowledge and deep domain expertise to enable our client's application modernization initiatives at scale. Our Migration and Modernization Competency stands testament that Trianz demonstrates technical proficiency and proven customer success in delivering AWS services.
To help you confidently migrate legacy applications to modern architectures, Trianz uses Evove — our proprietary tool and methodology that utilizes high levels of automation and reusable components to drive accelerated and high-accuracy migrations.
When coordinating the orchestration of code and data migration, new infrastructure components, and transitioning and optimizing business logic, projects may become vulnerable to common pitfalls and incursion of expensive technical debt. With our expertise in large scale data migration projects coupled with Evove’s proven framework, Trianz can accelerate your migration while reducing risks in cost associated with traditional modernization initiatives.
No matter what stage you are in your digitalization journey, Trianz is here to help you reduce TCO and reach the end state you desire when modernizing your legacy applications.
Application modernization involves updating and optimizing legacy systems to address technology constraints, meet customer experience expectations, and support adoption and integration with newer technology platforms.
Containers are standard units of software that package up code and dependencies to produce applications that run quickly and reliably from one computing environment to another.
Docker images are a lightweight, standalone, executable package of software that includes everything needed to run an application: code, runtime, system tools, system libraries, and settings.
A microservice architecture, or microservices, is a method of structuring an application as a collection of loosely coupled and independently deployable services. This architecture style enables the rapid, frequent and reliable delivery of large, complex applications.
A CI/CD (Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment) pipeline is an agile DevOps workflow that delivers newer versions of software, faster. The CI/CD pipeline methodology is iterative, rather than linear, and focused on improving software delivery throughout the SDLC.
Kubernetes is an open-source orchestration platform that automates the manual processes involved in deploying, scaling, and managing containerized applications.