COTS-based DBMSs are emerging to take the reigns from homegrown and enterprise databases on the legacy migration path.
Legacy Software Migration
Static analysis tools can help find concurrency and other defects to cut legacy's latency.
The next evolution of the legacy software migration will need to focus on flexibility, and should be architected to enable the construction of Systems of Systems.
The use of test tools is vast across countless applications, but of particular value when used for quality assurance in the customer environment.
As new systems are being designed, software developers are using open-standards-based programming languages and OSs, such as C/C++ and POSIX, to ensure portability for the future. But for existing deployed legacy systems, the same considerations and ...
FPGA migration strategies: IP development tools ease Xilinx Virtex-6 to Virtex-7 migration challenges
Migrating to a new FPGA platform is not for the faint of heart, but the challenges can be eased, thanks to modern IP development tools.
Exploitation of MCUs, MPUs, and multicore and FPGA hardware with C/C++ and POSIX implementations offer SWaP-reducing legacy system restructuring alternatives to virtualization.
Soon most hardware processing platforms will be based on multicore architectures. But what does this mean for legacy software applications?
DO-178B applications face reverification and recertification with the impending migration to DO-178C standard.
An adaptable, multi-layer communications framework coalesces new systems and legacy systems into a System of Systems (SoS) in which the standards each requires are leveraged, allowing military personnel to extract usable data.