In this episode of Application Modernization, we sit down with Vishal Sunak. Vishal is the Co-Founder and CEO of LinkSquares, the first AI-powered end-to-end contract life cycle management platform.
SongSplits is a free and secure online platform that allows music creators to proactively create and verify the song’s royalty split percentage between one another. SongSplits engaged Shadow-Soft to assist them with an app modernization project. The company wanted to modernize its application to improve scalability and optimize costs.
This guide focuses on you, the IT operator, presenting Shadow-Soft’s point of view on the topic of Kubernetes. Throughout the guide, you’ll learn more about why the business wants Kubernetes, why IT operations wants Kubernetes, and why Red Hat OpenShift is the enterprise-ready solution many IT operations teams are recommending to their organizations.
Jenkins Pipeline is the industry standard for developing pipelines to automate workflows, integrations, and deployments. In this article, we will explore an end-to-end pipeline that begins with building a Docker image for an application, and ends with deploying it to a Kubernetes cluster.
Containers are highly efficient vehicles for developing and deploying apps. As container usage ramps up, the complexity of managing containers across the totality of your IT infrastructure rises exponentially – making a container management platform essential at the enterprise level. In this article we’ll look at five benefits of Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform.
A large Financial Services and Banking organization with a large legacy infrastructure partnered with Shadow-Soft to transition from a monolithic code base to a micro services application architecture.
It’s become increasingly important for business leaders beyond the technical side to understand application containerization. The same features that make containerization an important tool for developers also create immense, and often untapped, business value.
If you’re a CIO, CTO, or a general business leader, you’ve probably come to terms with the fact that “digital transformation” is both an overused marketing buzzword and a real mandate—with very real implications for your organization and, frankly, your…
In the past few years, microservices has become one of the top buzzwords in the application development community. Implemented correctly, microservices can provide incredible value, but it isn’t a magic bullet.
The rise of microservices and containerized environments comes with its own set of demands and challenges for developers. Developers are being asked to quickly and reliably bring new features to market, and adhere to strict best practices.