7 Best Practices for Replacing Legacy Systems

Desjardins General Insurance Group and Blue Phoenix suggest following these guidelines to bring legacy replacement projects in both on time and on budget.

7. Committment to Performance

According to DGIG, a core tenet of the project was the seamless migration experience for users. The requirements went beyond duplicating legacy functionality and business logic; the target system had to meet or exceed performance benchmarks of the multi-virtual storage environment. The solution architecture prioritized performance, paying specific attention to redundancy, recovery and database availability, which helped to enable the implementation of Agile software development and created opportunities for IT to deliver new, value-added services to the business.



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