A modern application is one where modifications or enhancements to the application have a minimum effect. For example, changes to the interface should not require changes to the business logic.
The nature of a modern application is that the design of the database and programs is such that the requirement for testing is minimized. This approach allows for rapid development and easier, less complex maintenance.
Here are some of the features to look for in a modern application:
Apart from the obvious requirements for financing and resources, there are many conditions that can inhibit the modernization process. Based on the experience of the team, here are some of the common roadblocks that can hinder, if not derail, the modernization process:
Whichever of the many modernization paths on which you are about to set out, the journey is full of challenges, achievements, and interesting diversions. It is a journey that constantly offers new horizons.