What happens if my company does not modernize its applications?
Additional applications are installed because new business applications can no longer be implemented in the existing system. This makes the overall application and infrastructure landscape even more complex and difficult to maintain. In this way, the outdated applications become an operational risk and inhibit innovation.
What is your programming background and skill set?
A prospective employer has already read your resume but will want to review your core programming skills. Recap your formal training, such as bachelors degrees and certifications, but, remember, that wont win the job. Also talk about what youre doing now — and how that meshes with the jobs requirements.
Make sure youre an expert with at least five years of hands-on experience in most, or preferably all, major languages used by the prospective employer, such as Python, Perl and Java. If the job involves Web development, show at least four years of experience with HTML5 and jQuery.
Modern software development involves detailed integration tasks, and many cloud app developers require knowledge of back-end systems integration with platforms like NoSQL, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Simple Queue Service and Microsoft Access.
In addition, demonstrate experience with popular development tools like Pivotal Softwares Spring Boot, and with open source Web application frameworks and tools.
What could be the reasons for an Unsuccessful Modernization Strategy?
Modernizing legacy systems is critical because the entire firm depends on such software. Therefore, any procedural error could result in the Modernization Program’s collapse.
Other significant causes of failing modernization programs include:
Now that we have discussed the rapid growth of the adoption of legacy modernization and the causes which can be the reason for failing strategies.
Let’s dive further and discuss the ten questions for Legacy Application Modernization.
What really differentiates Google in this area from the other players is that Google really focuses on the application level platform and specifically using containers. Google looks at this at more of a software level. It makes your on-premises hardware and your cloud hardware. It puts a layer on top of that to where it doesnt matter which one youre running on and it manages both of them seamlessly. Thats where Google is really headed with that.
Well, thanks again, Rich for talking with me. You have a lot of wonderful thoughts about the Google Cloud Platform. I know you have a lot of experience in it and Im excited about the upcoming webinars, best of luck. I know youve been preparing for these for a long time.
I have that, like you said, that webinar series coming up. Funny little story about that is that when I first approached my leadership with an idea of, “Hey, I really want to do this webinar,” and I was like, “Lets make it a full day, eight-hour session. I think thatll really give me the amount of time I need to talk about this.”
Google has made many strides in creating a cloud platform that you simply can’t ignore. Our resident expert, Rich Kopeiken, was recently interviewed to talk about the benefits of Google’s cloud, and how important their Google cloud platform, Anthos, is to organizations who are considering moving to the cloud and want to keep a mixture of on-premise and cloud infrastructure. An edited transcript of their conversation follows, and at the end of the article, you will also find a few key soundbites from the interview.
Sounds like you have experience and done a lot of research. Sounds like youve been living and breathing this topic for a long time, which is great.