Posts Tagged ‘middleware modernization’

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Modernizing Your Middleware with Red Hat

This is the fifth and final installment in our middleware modernization series. You can read the first installment here, the second installment here, the third installment here, and the fourth installment here. Now that you’ve learned all about middleware and the most common use cases, it’s time to choose a technology partner and software to […]

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Five Common Use Cases for Middleware in Modern Development

This is the fourth installment in our middleware modernization series. You can read the first installment here, the second installment here, and the third installment here. In previous posts, we’ve explored what middleware is, what it does, and how you can use it in your modernization efforts. You’ve learned the basics and now you’re ready […]

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The Benefits and Tools of Middleware Modernization

This is the third installment in our middleware modernization series. You can read the first installment here and the second installment here. Organizations often lack the time and resources needed to effectively modernize legacy systems and applications. Middleware helps ease the challenges associated with modernization and provides the flexibility to upgrade applications. Benefits of Middleware […]

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Starting Your Middleware Modernization Journey

The following is the second installment in our middleware modernization series. You can read the first installment here. If your applications no longer meet business requirements, it may be time to modernize. Legacy middleware platforms weren’t built to address the needs of modern, hybrid IT environments, but modernized middleware can support application environments that work […]

The 4 Rs of Middleware Modernization

Many enterprises are well on their way to digital transformation – others are only just beginning. But cloud-first strategies demand a lot from middleware, and legacy middleware platforms weren’t built to address the needs of modern, hybrid IT environments. This means that enterprises need to migrate those legacy platforms to ones that can run on-premise, […]