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Open Source Migration
Legacy applications are the backbone of many organizations that have been running successfully for decades. However, these legacy applications pose a bottleneck for business growth when it comes to increasing the bottom-line. Organizations face a real challenge when it comes to replacing legacy applications with the industry’s best available products or when they try to protect existing investments by reusing hard-earned business knowledge.
On the other hand, replacing existing applications with a new product has lots of drawbacks:
- Expensive products, given licenses and annual maintenance charges
- Lack of features that the business immediately needs
- Need for customization, to suit it to your business demands
- Vendor locking
FLOSS addresses almost all of the above concerns. It eliminates the cost of licenses and reduces the operating cost. Adopting the OSS where there is good enterprise back-up is always a strength, which eliminates the risk of vendor locking. Moreover the OSS products are driven by participants from the communities of same domain. Hence, industry best practices will get implemented, which obviously suits the current business needs of the organization and reduces the need for high degree of customizations.
Kumaran, being a leading consulting specialist in Application Migration, offers services to transform legacy application to the open technology stack. Kumaran has implemented Open Source technology stack to various customers in the field of Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC), government agencies, and education institutions. We have developed and maintained Open Source framework components to implement existing functionalities in the Open Source technology stack. Using the framework components, Kumaran enables you to migrate legacy applications in a very short span of time. These framework components are integrated and acid-tested in many implementations, ensuring security and eliminating the risk of integration.
- Reduced time-to-market
- Reduced CAPEX and OPEX cost on software licenses and support services
- No vendor dependency
- Elimination of risks associated with Open Source integration and security
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