Is it time for an Architectural Renovation?

Any software built several years ago would have been developed based upon the needs of consumers and architectural standards at that time. The more rigid systems of “back then” are now transforming into agile, online apps, and today we are in the age of sliding, swiping, air gestures and being mobile. As with any software enhancements over time, expansions and changes are sometimes made without knowledge of the underlying software architecture, so the architecture can become unstable. Organizations looking to modernize their application portfolios frequently require an architectural renovation to reset the foundation for their next-generation solutions.

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