Legacy applications still provide the core services that power our businesses today. Although these systems provide mission-critical business functionality, these assets are dated and not flexible. Continued use of applications that were developed in old languages, such as4GL, 3GL, or 2GL, creates some major disadvantages to organizations:
- Cost: The cost of licenses for proprietary languages and maintenance (for both human resources and application enhancement).
- Resources: It is getting very challenging to find trained developers in legacy languages (such as Natural, COBOL, Assembler, and so on).
- Agility: Modern development technologies like Java or .NET provide a more agile environment and can more easily support modern trends, such as the Web. In today’s marketplace, businesses must have the ability to rapidly change their IT systems due to market needs or changes in regulations.
As a result of this situation, companies are looking to move their core applications to modern, open languages (such as Java and .NET)and engage in application modernization, while leveraging their tremendous investment in the logic of their existing applications.
Make the Move to Modern Technologies While Keeping Your Core Application Logic
BluePhoenix’s application modernization solutions enable companies to keep their “core application logic” assets while moving to modern technological environments.
Application modernization requires a highly advanced and automated solution that is proven and can ensure a fast, low-risk, and low-cost migration.
BluePhoenix’s language migration solutions seamlessly migrates legacy applications from legacy languages to modern languages.
BluePhoenix’s automated toolset combines years of in-depth knowledge and experience in language migrations with a reliable, time-efficient, and comprehensive methodology. We have high-efficiency tools that migrate and upgrade a range of languages, generating easy-to-read code with no residual runtimes. The resulting code base is typically cleaner, more reliable than hand-generated code, and contains fewer errors.