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5 Tips for Modernizing a Legacy Platform

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There are many reasons to consider modernizing your legacy software. But when doing so, it’s important to remember your customers who regularly use your product and to take their preferences, habits, and needs into consideration. Here are some practical tips to boost your chances of a smoother transition.

There are many reasons to consider modernizing your legacy software. But when doing so, it’s important to remember your customers who regularly use your product and to take their preferences, habits, and needs into consideration. Here are some practical tips to boost your chances of a smoother transition.

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Go Bimodal in Your Enterprise: Stop Shaving the Yak!

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Going bimodal refers to an enterprise supporting two modes of operation: the first, the stable mode, is the secure, robust, reliable one you already know. The second, the agile mode, is a fast path that exists alongside the first and allows you to get results done quickly and without much fuss while not compromising the integrity of your IT.

Going bimodal refers to an enterprise supporting two modes of operation: the first, the stable mode, is the secure, robust, reliable one you already know. The second, the agile mode, is a fast path that exists alongside the first and allows you to get results done quickly and without much fuss while not compromising the integrity of your IT.

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Load Testing and Sizing Considerations for the Cloud

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When it comes to load testing in the cloud, going bigger is not always better. This article describes how organizations can utilize load testing to help right-size a production system being built in the cloud, allowing their project teams to build an ideal system that is not too small and under-performing for their needs and not too large and costly.

When it comes to load testing in the cloud, going bigger is not always better. This article describes how organizations can utilize load testing to help right-size a production system being built in the cloud, allowing their project teams to build an ideal system that is not too small and under-performing for their needs and not too large and costly.

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Integrating Open Source Code Management Tools in the SDLC

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Developers realize that to meet deadlines may require assembling both proprietary and available open source software components. This article talks about exploiting benefits and managing challenges with reusing code for open source projects, open source code management tools and their integration, and leveraging managed open source software.

Developers realize that to meet deadlines may require assembling both proprietary and available open source software components. This article talks about exploiting benefits and managing challenges with reusing code for open source projects, open source code management tools and their integration, and leveraging managed open source software.

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How to Efficiently Set Up a Multifaceted Development Environment

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The matrix of infrastructures and platforms developers require presents a number of different options to set up and administrate the ecosystem. Rami Honig describes his company’s journey to create a robust development environment that is functional and collaborative.

The matrix of infrastructures and platforms developers require presents a number of different options to set up and administrate the ecosystem. Rami Honig describes his company’s journey to create a robust development environment that is functional and collaborative.

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Understanding the Bash Vulnerability: An Interview with Richard Cassidy

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In this interview, Alert Logic's senior solutions architect, Richard Cassidy, goes into detail about the recent Bash vulnerability that's affecting many people. He describes who's at risk, where it came from, and its similarities to Heartbleed.

In this interview, Alert Logic's senior solutions architect, Richard Cassidy, goes into detail about the recent Bash vulnerability that's affecting many people. He describes who's at risk, where it came from, and its similarities to Heartbleed.

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Industry Expectations for Today’s ESB-Based Integration Products

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Most organizations have accepted the commercial benefits of using enterprise service bus-based integration products in their software projects. However, the industry expectations for an ESB product are ever increasing. This article will explain how vendors are trying to cope with the demand.

Most organizations have accepted the commercial benefits of using enterprise service bus-based integration products in their software projects. However, the industry expectations for an ESB product are ever increasing. This article will explain how vendors are trying to cope with the demand.

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The Essentials to Look At in an ESB-Based ALM Integration Platform

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Identifying the right vendor for an ESB-based integration platform is not an easy task. It depends on several factors associated with your current ALM use case and requirements. Project stakeholders should decide on the integration flow, future tool enhancements, tool accessibility, and configurability before coming to a conclusion. This article takes them through the steps of identifying value propositions in an ESB-based integration solution.

Identifying the right vendor for an ESB-based integration platform is not an easy task. It depends on several factors associated with your current ALM use case and requirements. Project stakeholders should decide on the integration flow, future tool enhancements, tool accessibility, and configurability before coming to a conclusion. This article takes them through the steps of identifying value propositions in an ESB-based integration solution.

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An Overview of the ESB-Based Tool Integration Approach

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Business users who tend to follow the enterprise service bus model to implement SOA for tool integrations are yet to optimize their effort and investment. It is imperative that businesses are completely aware of why, when, and how to select the right ESB solution to build an integrated ALM ecosystem, and they should know what to ask an integration vendor in order to get the most out of the deal. This article takes them through the critical steps of choosing an appropriate ESB solution.

Business users who tend to follow the enterprise service bus model to implement SOA for tool integrations are yet to optimize their effort and investment. It is imperative that businesses are completely aware of why, when, and how to select the right ESB solution to build an integrated ALM ecosystem, and they should know what to ask an integration vendor in order to get the most out of the deal. This article takes them through the critical steps of choosing an appropriate ESB solution.

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