Leverage Existing Core Assets in a Web-enabled and SOA Environment

Leverage Existing Core Assets in a Web-enabled and SOA Environment

For organizations tasked with doing more with less, spending millions to replicate existing functionality is tough to justify when core transactional systems continue to deliver high performance, scalability, reliability and security. Furthermore, 'ripping and replacing' those core systems has proved risky. This is driving organizations to adopt 'leverage & extend' strategies focused on modernizing existing applications as an alternative to wholesale replacement. In this vendor podcast, Mighael Botha of Software AG discusses:
  • Challenges that enterprise IT faces with legacy systems
  • Risks associated with 'rip & replace' strategies
  • Today's options for leveraging and extending existing core assets into more modern applications
  • 'Real-world' customer successes and best practices
  • Key steps to prepare your organization - and your systems - for application modernization

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Mighael Botha Vice President and Chief SOA Architect Mr. Botha is an Information Technology Professional with more than 21 years of experience in the IT industry. Mr. Botha currently holds the position of Vice President and Chief SOA Architect at Software AG, where he is responsible for sales and pre-sales support in the areas of application modernization, SOA, BPM, business activity monitoring and B2B.
SoftwareAG Inc., USA
25 Mar 2008
Mar 25, 2008
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