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Enterprises depend on business-critical systems that have been developed over the last three decades or more, also known as legacy systems. They have several well-known disadvantages (e.g., inflexible, domain unspecific, and hard to maintain), and this is recognized by both the vendors and customers of these software systems. Both vendors and customers of(More)
—Legacy to Service-Oriented Architecture migration approaches have been extensively researched over the last decade, primarily to reuse the valuable business logic that resides within legacy applications. Interestingly, most of the proposed approaches fail to cover the complete process from the technological, organizational and business perspectives. This(More)
Research in legacy system modernization has traditionally focused on its technical challenges, and takes the standpoint that legacy systems are obsolete systems, yet they are crucial for an organization's operation. Nonetheless, it remains unclear whether practitioners in the industry also share this perception. This paper describes the outcome of an(More)
Legacy systems are vitally important for the continuation of business in an enterprise as they support complex core business processes. However, legacy systems have several well-known disadvantages such as being inflexible and hard to maintain, so momentum is growing to evolve those systems into new technology environments. Recently, service-oriented(More)
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) has emerged as an architectural style to foster enterprise interoperability, as it claims to facilitate the flexible composition of loosely coupled enterprise applications and thus alleviates the heterogeneity problem among enterprises. Meanwhile, Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) aims at facilitating the development of(More)
Existing research in legacy system modernization has traditionally focused on technical challenges, and takes the standpoint that legacy systems are obsolete, yet crucial for an organization's operation. Nonetheless, it remains unclear whether practitioners in the industry also share this perception. This paper describes the outcome of an exploratory study(More)
A service ecosystem is a marketplace for trading services in which services are developed, published, sold and used. Service ecosystems have changed the way of service delivery and service consumption among actors/parties, who perform specific roles for the operation of the ecosystems. Such actors, being service providers, consumers, mediators and(More)
The ATLAS Transformation Language (ATL) is a hybrid transformation language that combines declarative and imperative programming elements and provides means to define model transformations. Most transformations using ATL reported in the literature show a simplified use of ATL, and often involve a single transformation. However, in more realistic situations,(More)
—This paper presents the findings of a case study of a large scale legacy to service-oriented architecture migration process in the payments domain of a Dutch bank. The paper presents the business drivers that initiated the migration, and describes a 4-phase migration process. For each phase, the paper details benefits of using the techniques, best(More)