Migrating to a new system is an enormous task. But when the aim is to modernize and future-proof your technology stack, it becomes an even larger undertaking for any digital leader. Deciding on a course of action is the first step - and one that requires much thought and assessment. Should your organization migrate to a newer version of your existing technology or re-platform entirely?

More often, organizations are adopting a composable approach that integrates various Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platforms. The advantages of this approach are many, including delivering optimized performance while taking away the need to perform activities that keep the lights on. Composable architecture is a decoupled, highly-effective application framework designed to scale and grow with your organization – not the other way around.


4 Steps to Future-Proof your Tech Stack!

Replatforming Guide

4 Steps to Future-Proof your Tech Stack

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Gavin Estey

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This guide outlines:

  • The strategic considerations companies should take into account when embracing composable.
  • The challenges it addresses.
  • The advantages it offers.
  • A tried and tested 4-stage migration approach.

In a survey, TechTarget found that;

  • 42% of respondents had experienced a failed migration.
  • 65% of respondents have had to delay their migration plans.

Replatforming Guide