vFunction Code Copy
Automate Code Extraction from Modular Domains into Microservices
Use vFunction to modularize a domain and Code Copy to accelerate microservices creation by automating code extraction. Code Copy also generates Restful APIs for those services and automates needed framework upgrades.
IT Architect, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank
Continuously Observe Your Applications
Restful API Generation
Application Modernization Is a Process, Not a Project
Application modernization projects have been slow, cost prohibitive, and risky – for application owners and businesses alike. “Big bang” projects most often fail, exceed budget and timelines, and may never complete.
Lifting and shifting to the cloud is a great start but does not take advantage of the true value of cloud native architectures that offer much higher degrees of scalability, elasticity, agility, and engineering velocity.
Architectural observability enables:
- Incremental modernization improvements
- Technical debt remediation over time
- Agile integration of architect-driven modernization stories
- User-prioritized microservice extraction
- Modernization progress in-line with business needs
Accelerate the Transformation of Monoliths to Microservices
Extract code of modular domains from your complex applications into microservices to restore engineering velocity and increase application scalability.
Automate the extraction of the code required to compile your defined service. Eliminate dead code, automatically split classes, trim down configuration files, and deploy efficient, compact microservices.
Upgrade aging application frameworks including older releases of Java EE application server frameworks, e.g., WebSphere, WebLogic, JBoss, aging releases of Spring into Spring Boot, and more.
Create new RESTful APIs required for services and service boundaries. Generate new client libraries for shared common service use.
Continuously modernize and optimize your applications with vFunction Architectural Observability Platform, then use Code Copy to extract microservices as business and release cycles allow.