I started a new, I don’t know, streaming thing today. I’m trying out live streaming every Tuesday and Thursday at 11am Amsterdam time. It was nice – but we’ll see if it matters.
Here’s the recording.
I didn’t monitor myself, so my wires were screwed up and there’s a hum for most of it. Sorry!
And, here’s my “shows notes.” I used miro for this, which I didn’t like. I think I need something simpler. People tell me there’s HackMD. I dunno.
Anyhow! You should subscribe or whatever one does and watch these.
A two part video/podcast, with white-boarding and stuff. Rohit Kelapure knows his stuff from years of first-hand work. If you’re working in an enterprise on software, and especially if you’re an enterprise architect, you should check these out. The real work of application is modernization isn’t rewriting and re-platforming, but it’s the analysis that goes into finding and ordering what to modernize and then the process that runs your program over the next few years. Rohit boot-straps you into that.
- Eating elephants one bite at a time, large scale application modernization with Rohit Kelapure, podcast version, show notes.
- You can’t do everything at once, very quickly, large scale application modernizing, podcast version, show notes.
Whatever you want to call it, “legacy” software is a problem. In one of our recent surveys, 76% of executives said they are too invested in legacy applications to change how they do software. It can seem hard, but fixing that blocker is possible. As with all things in software, there is no quick fix, it just takes discipline, work, and time. In this episode, Coté talks with VMware Tanzu’s Rohit Kelapure who’s been working in application modernization for years. He goes over the initial portfolio analysis and thinking that the Pivotal Labs application modernization teams walk customers through.