Go from Monolithic to Microservices with confidence

Rewrite legacy applications to best-in-class technologies on Cloud and mobile platforms.

Maintaining and upgrading legacy systems is one of the most difficult challenges CIOs face today. While constant technological change has weakened the business value of these systems, they have been developed over many years and financed through large investments.

Legacy applications are monolithic, centralized and synchronized – that rely on costly infrastructure to provide resiliency and performance.

Despite their obsolescence, legacy systems continue to provide a competitive advantage by containing invaluable knowledge and historical data. Modernizing legacy applications that are mission critical must preserve their functionality during the migration or re-platforming process.

Trigent uses a systemic approach to modernizing legacy application that addresses not only technology re-platforming but also data migration, process redefinition, and integration issues – while taking care of staff training and participation needs.

Trigent will evaluate multiple available strategy to migrate your legacy applications that takes your unique needs and situations into consideration. The approaches could be Re-host (Lift and Shift), Re-Platform (Lift and Reshape) or Re-Architect (Legacy rewrite).

Trigent will rewrite your legacy applications into modern, microservices based cloud-native architecture that has built in resiliency, cloud-scale and hyper-performance using low cost, on-demand infrastructure.

Architecture Comparison

Legacy Cloud
Scale up Scale out
Monolithic Microservices 
Tightly coupled Loosely coupled
Fixed capacity Elastic capacity
Latency intolerant Latency tolerant
Web channel delivery Web, mobile, and voice enabled device channels delivery
Build everything No undifferentiated heavy lifting
Centralized, relational database persistence Distributed, replicated, polyglot persistence
Manual fault recovery Self-healing
Single points of failure Antifragility, degrade gracefully
Allocated costs Metered costs
No operational agility DevOps agility
Siloed development team DevOps team