Application Modernization


As technology advances at an unprecedented pace, it’s crucial for businesses to keep pace by modernizing their applications. Application modernization involves updating legacy applications to more efficient, agile systems that can operate in the cloud, on-premises, or in hybrid environments.

What is Application Modernization?


Application Modernization is the process of updating legacy applications to more efficient, agile systems that are better suited for current business needs, technological trends, and user expectations. This involves enhancing functionality, improving performance, security, and scalability, as well as adapting applications to run on newer platforms, such as cloud or mobile devices. Modernization can also involve integrating applications with new technologies and architectures, such as microservices and containerization, to improve flexibility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness. By modernizing their applications, businesses can reduce technical debt, improve productivity, enhance customer experience, and gain a competitive advantage in their respective markets.

 Application Modernization Services Market Estimated to Hit USD 24.8 Billion by 2030  Market Research Future (2022)

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Application Modernization Benefits

Application modernization offers numerous benefits and features that can help organizations improve their operations, reduce costs, and enhance their competitive advantage. Some of the key benefits and features of application modernization include:

Application Modernization Features


More flexible and adaptable applications


Better handling of larger workloads and more users


Built-in security features to protect against cyber threats and data breaches


Faster and more efficient performance, reducing downtime and errors

Budget Friendly

Reduced maintenance costs, licensing fees, and hardware expenses

UX Haven

Intuitive interfaces, faster response times, and greater accessibility for better user experience

Innovation and Creativity hub

Ability to experiment with new technologies and approaches, fostering innovation and creativity

Built for Speed: Microservices in Application Modernization

Microservices is a software architecture style that is often used as a key component of application modernization efforts. Microservices involve breaking down large, monolithic applications into smaller, more modular services that can be developed, deployed, and scaled independently. Each microservice performs a specific function or business capability, and communicates with other microservices through standardized APIs.

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More on Application Modernization

Companies all around have utilized more archaic architecture and attempted inter-app connectivity, which worked for the time when it was appropriate for the market’s need. Nowadays, we help implementing Integration Modernization activities to our clients, bringing forth all the benefits of Microservices and Containers merged together with all the benefits and use cases of modernized Middleware and Agile Integration. To learn more about all the forms of integration we implement, please feel free to browse through them below.

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Sumerge team and partner platforms use new-age technologies that include platform-as-a-service (Paas), microservices, and serverless architectures to provide software transformation solutions to enhance your ROI. We create a comprehensive business case and define the microservices transformation roadmap and operating model. Then we build cloud native applications. Our team will re-architect and re-design monolithic applications with microservices, build and test services, perform platform migrations, and build your DevOps culture and environment.

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