Morphis will be attending and exhibiting at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2018 in Barcelona from November 4-8. If you’re attending the event, please look us up. You can arrange to meet with us via the Gartner Event App or simply stop by our booth. We’d be delighted to meet you and discuss how our legacy application modernisation solutions may help your … Read More
It’s 2018. Are We Done With Legacy Modernization Yet?
Firstly, Happy New Year! Secondly, apologies for the slow down in post frequency towards the end of 2017. No excuses, it’s just tough to keep up a weekly posting schedule and I just started to hate the sound of my own typing. In 2018, we’ll be taking guest posts so if you have something to say just hit me up … Read More
The Modern Stack: Evolution at Lightning Speeds
Noticed that tech companies are continually changing up the technologies used to produce their offerings? If you’re sitting on legacy code, languishing in a legacy stack with components you’re sure have passed their sell by date but don’t know what to do about it without a huge overhaul/cash/talent injection then you’re not alone. Back in software’s yesteryears (the 1980s and … Read More
Think Legacy Modernization Is A One-Time Event? Think Again!
Moore’s Law. I won’t bore you, but you need to learn to fish to manage your application portfolio going forward. Not only is the speed of technological change impacting how quickly your applications fall into technical debt, but Government’s are unable to legislate ahead of new technologies such as driverless cars. For a great read on this latter point, check … Read More
Moore’s Law, Application Modernization and Why You Need to Learn to Fish
We all know that the pace of technological change is increasing exponentially and with it, the opportunities afforded by the internet. 20 years after founding, Amazon’s CEO, Jeff Bezos still signs off his Letter to Shareholders in the Annual Report with, “…and it’s still Day 1.” The need for businesses of all kinds (both public and private sector) to re-invent … Read More