How Companies Can Use Containers to Modernize Legacy Applications
Modern times bring modern challenges. COVID-19 demonstrated how reliant our society is on its technological resources – when they failed, so did the companies that used them.
Modernizing these ‘legacy tech’ systems doesn’t need to break the corporate bank, however. Datavail’s professional container development and legacy modernization services, which include tools and technologies such as leading containerization products Kubernetes and Docker, provide comprehensive, in-depth, and forward-looking solutions to the problems revealed by the coronavirus concern and the challenges emerging in the post-COVID era, as we are more reliant on reliable, flexible, secure, scalable, robust, and mobile technology than ever before.
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- Today’s Unprecedented Corporate Challenges and How They Affect the Technology We Use – The growing demand for cloud computing indicates its significance for future corporate growth and development while also indicating that embracing the cloud should be top-priority for all business leaders. Container technology has emerged as one of the most compelling cloud computing tools for achieving success.
- The What and Why of Containers – How containerization facilitates an almost unlimited array of services, functions, and capacities, each of which can be tailored for precise functionality to meet specific programming and systemic goals.
- How Containers Modernize Legacy Applications – The ultimate value of containerization is to improve the value and functionality of your legacy assets while enhancing your company’s competitiveness using cutting-edge technology.
- Containers vs. Virtual Machines (VMs) – Why using a VM versus container environment depends on how you intend to use the system.
- Containers vs. Microservices – How these concepts separately describe two aspects of a single digital asset: its structure and its function.
- Monoliths vs. Microservices in Containers – In many instances monolith architecture is a thing of the past, and microservices architecture in most cases is the way to go today as it offers greater portability and flexibility, among many other advantages.
- Embracing the Benefits of Containerization – There are many benefits of containerization, which are evident by the experiences of companies that embrace containers as their preferred corporate computing environment, with many having reported swifter and better responses to emerging trends and opportunities.
- Challenges of Containerization – While the business benefits are significant, every organization should carefully consider all the aspects of a potential containerization migration project.
- Overall Containerization Advantages – Businesses today have survived many challenges including the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it has also revealed some fundamental digital challenges and opportunities that are now problems that need to be addressed. A containerized infrastructure offers enterprises the tools they need to move into the post-pandemic era with the flexibility and fluidity necessary to accommodate COVID-19 driven transformations, while also addressing fundamental business concerns.
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