Software modernization and cloudification using the ARTIST migration methodology and framework

@article{Menychtas2014SoftwareMA,
  title={Software modernization and cloudification using the ARTIST migration methodology and framework},
  author={Andreas Menychtas and Kleopatra Konstanteli and Juncal Alonso and Leire Orue-Echevarria Arrieta and Jes{\'u}s Gorro{\~n}ogoitia and George Kousiouris and Christina Santzaridou and Hugo Bruneli{\`e}re and Bram Pellens and Peter Stuer and Oliver Strau{\ss} and Tatiana Senkova and Theodora A. Varvarigou},
  journal={Scalable Computing: Practice and Experience},
  year={2014},
  volume={15}
}
Cloud computing has leveraged new software development and provisioning approaches by changing the way computing, storage and networking resources are purchased and consumed. The variety of cloud offerings on both technical and business level has considerably advanced the development process and established new business models and value chains for applications and services. However, the modernization and cloudification of legacy software so as to be offered as a service still encounters many… CONTINUE READING

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