A Model-Driven Approach to Reengineering Processes in Cloud Computing

by   Mahdi Fahmideh, et al.

The reengineering process of large data-intensive legacy software applications to cloud platforms involves different interrelated activities. These activities are related to planning, architecture design, re-hosting/lift-shift, code refactoring, and other related ones. In this regard, the cloud computing literature has seen the emergence of different methods with a disparate point of view of the same underlying legacy application reengineering process to cloud platforms. As such, the effective interoperability and tailoring of these methods become problematic due to the lack of integrated and consistent standard models.



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