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Legacy Migration and Modernization: The Broad Strokes

Source: EvolveWare, Inc.
It’s estimated that almost one trillion lines of legacy code are in active use around the world today. If this code is going to be migrated, it’s vital that a methodology be put in place for substantial automation; otherwise the highly tedious process will serve as a major impediment to this important initiative. So what are your options today?


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