“Update – Instead of rebuilding the old .NET application” – And we are saying this for obvious reasons.
If you haven’t heard of it, Microsoft will not provide updates on .NET Framework 4.8 or .NET Core 3.1 and instead developed a unified code base called .NET 5. It marks the transition of Microsoft from. NET’s older, proprietary, Windows-only framework to the most modern, open-source, cross-platform .NET Framework. This is good news.
This means that there will be only one .NET from now on, and you will be able to use it to target operating systems like Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, Android, tvOS, watchOS, WebAssncil, and more.
This means that it is time to improve your infrastructure, but there is no need to rebuild. In fact, rebuilding your .net development services is not only risky, but also unnecessary and expensive.
And we at Integrative Systems can help you. Whether we do it for you (without touching your IP address) or in collaboration with your in-house development team, Integrative Systems can add maximum value to your business within your budget and time frame.
Update your Existing .Net Application using Azure Cloud
When you decide to update and move your .Net development services to the cloud, you do not need to re-engineer your application completely. But it’s important to consider the needs of your business and act accordingly. You must specify:
- Applications that require re-engineering.
- Applications that only need a partial update.
Applications that you can “upload and move” directly to the cloud.
Cloud Path for Existing .NET Applications
Organizations generally choose to move to the cloud to enjoy the speed and agility of their existing setup. You can set up thousands of servers (VM) on the cloud in minutes compared to an on-premises server that typically takes weeks to set up.
There is no one-size-fits-all policy for migrating .net development services to the cloud. The right migration strategy for you will depend on the needs and priorities of your organization and the type of application you are migrating.
Each migration method has different advantages and reasons for using it. You can choose a method when migrating the .net development application to the cloud.
Three Ways to Update Network Applications
In this migration mode, migrate or relocate your existing on-premises applications as infrastructure (IaaS). Your .net development applications will have the same configuration as before, but you are now deploying them to a virtual space in the cloud. This simple type of .net development services migration is commonly known as ‘lift and shift’ in industry.
You don’t need significant code re-engineering or modification at this level and can reap the additional benefits of running your application in the cloud with modern technologies such as additional cloud-managed services. Improve the speed of your .net development service offerings by optimizing your Enterprise Development Process (DevOps). You can achieve this functionality by using technology like Windows Containers based on Docker Engine. Eliminates friction caused by application dependencies when deploying containers in multiple stages. In this model, you can deploy containers on IaaS or PaaS using additional cloud-managed services related to the database, cache-a-service, monitoring, and continuous integration / continuous deployment (CI / CD) pipeline.
The third level is the best part about cloud, but it is optional for many applications and is not the main focus of this guide.
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