Posted March 8, 2011 in Business & Enterprise Architecture
Do you have a new development project in planning that will replace an existing application? If so, then it is likely that you are planning a legacy modernization. According to a conversation with Capers Jones, 70% of "new" application development is to replace a legacy system.
About The Author
Don Estes is President of Don Estes & Associates. He has served as Editor of the Cutter IT Journal and as a speaker at Cutter Summits. He has more than 35 years experience in IT, more than half of which has been focused on managing the business and technical risks in the modernization of legacy applications and their integration with new technology. His writings have brought both a theoretical and a practical view to extracting the value… Read More
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