DevOps helps enterprises streamline development so they can focus on building what matters for their customers. But it often does not support automation of integration processes for core legacy systems. We are changing that.
OpenLegacy's ability to process legacy assets and produce fully functional APIs means you can build the DevOps pipeline and API factory you have always dreamed of, from start to finish. Plus, reactively update and deliver new tested and provisioned API versions for any legacy change. It’s a DevOps game changer.
Legacy integration just got easier. Automate the building and managing of legacy integrations assets all in one place: a tested, language-agnostic repository, available for easy re-use, and ready for deployment in any standard environment.
Connect digital services directly to core systems with little effort or specialized skills. Simplify input from multiple people (mainframe, digital, security, integration).
Say goodbye to single points of failure in legacy projects, and hello to a single source of truth for documentation and metadata on your legacy assets.
Five Ways to Quickstart a DevOps Process with Your Legacy System
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Automate more than just digital development. Bring your legacy integrations into your automation process by leveraging DevOps for integrations.
Build a language-agnostic repository of your legacy assets, so you can easily track what digital services to build across your legacy landscape.
Reuse legacy assets with any standard deployment environments (REST, Java, Kubernetes, Docker, OpenShift, Kafka, NodeJS, .NET, etc.). Even better: no legacy knowledge necessary!
Make use of native support for any iPaas’ (Boomi, Apigee, Axway, etc.) integration to legacy assets.
Store all your legacy modules are in the Hub—fully tested, vetted and searchable. Easily leverage any legacy program for digital innovation.
Watch now to learn how the Hub allows you to leverage legacy assets, modules, and data in a DevOps workflow