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Software Modernization, Part 3 Stumbling Blocks in Software Adaptation
When complex software needs to be modernized, there are a number of stumbling blocks. These can probably not be completely avoided; nevertheless, it is important to develop a certain mindfulness for possible (permanent) construction sites in advance.
If you want to bring legacy systems up to date, you should start identifying potential problem areas in advance.
In companies, legacy software can be a source of unnecessary costs and technical problems. This makes it all the more important to find the right time for a comprehensive modernization. However, the modernization itself is a very extensive and therefore error-prone project, which, depending on the approach, can take a certain period of time.
Between the realization that modernization is necessary and the concrete planning of the implementation, it is correspondingly important to develop a certain mindfulness for possible problems. This is the only way to avoid problems in advance.
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