Cloud and microservices — embracing cloud-native microservice architectures to modernize your legacy systems
The modernization of legacy systems has always been an economic debate. Organizations have to weigh their options carefully and choose the lesser of two evils, so to speak.
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Why are we even on the path to modernization? It’s simple -- customer demand for digitized services has made legacy modernization a priority.
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[Based on an article written by Eyal Herson that originally appeared in Medium.com]
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