Low Code tools and methods can give your team more bandwidth and your Legacy Modernization project the potential for better ROI.
Having considered the reasons for modernization, and having some idea of the ideal target architecture, it's time to consider what tools can be used to assist in this process.
Chances are you're having some particular pain point or someone has noticed the costs and risks associated with remaining on legacy systems. But before you just start willy-nilly, you should build a definite roadmap to the future-state you're trying to achieve.
The goal is to see what is technically possible, very quickly, and zero-in on the highest value definition and scope for what can be done.
Each Legacy Modernization project is unique. There are skills and techniques that apply universally, but the best tools and methods for carefully replacing legacy systems will differ wildly in every environment. Choosing the