Migration and Modernization Solutions

Modernizing your legacy tech to future proof your business

Redefine and rearchitect your business operations and IT functions to transform legacy systems for tomorrow.


Migration and Modernization Solutions

End-to-end migration of your legacy code 

While considering modernization & migration, organizations often face challenges like system incompatibility, high costs and lack of legacy coders. This restricts them from integrating new technologies fast to solve today’s business problems. At Icreon, we bring modernization excellence to help you transform legacy systems at speed with zero business impact.

Migrate with Confidence

While considering modernization & migration, organizations often face challenges like system incompatibility, high costs and lack of legacy coders. This restricts them from integrating new technologies fast to solve today’s business problems. At Icreon, we bring modernization excellence to help you transform legacy systems at speed with zero business impact.


The first step starts with Cloud Maturity Assessment. We conduct cloud readiness assessment and architecture audit to set up a current state for virtual data centers where migrated workloads operate. Our cloud experts then determine the total cost of ownership (TCO) one-time and recurring, risks and opportunities, compliances, while adhering to security and performance guidelines.

Migration Execution

Once the assessment has been done and plan has been mapped out, the next stage comes migration. We use AWS, Azure and other automated cloud management and migration tools such as LeapLogic, Carbonite and Cloud Atlas suite of tools to support smooth on-premises to cloud transition. We use best practices for Infrastructure and DevOps procurement and initiate migration strategies that best suit client’s business case.


After the assessment phase, we plan a practical roadmap, recommend an optimal migration strategy while working closely with the business and IT teams to ensure a smooth transition with near-zero disruption. We work on DevSecOps strategy to ensure adequate quality gates and refine the code branching strategy for one-touch deployment. Our teams also work on discovery recovery plans, rollback strategies & validation strategies to reduce risk, time & cost. The timelines evolve around critical business dates and priorities.


Once the data is moved to the cloud, it is important to check that it is optimized, secure and easily accessible going forward. We perform automation testing in comparing legacy and modern applications. For ongoing upkeep, we work on key activities including Infra Monitoring and Logs, Network Performance and Device monitoring, Application Error and Synthetic Monitoring, Database Monitoring to monitor real-time changes, predict workload contentions, security vulnerabilities and more. We use DataDog, New Relic, Cloud Watch, Application Insights, Azure Monitor tools for real-time monitoring and security.

Our Migration & Modernization Solutions

Trusted by the world's leading brands

“Icreon has also been good at working with other development partners and vendors. Collaborating with other teams and connecting disparate parts of the business was a piece that impressed me about Icreon.”

- Christopher Colom, VP, Customer Experience, XPO Logistics

Featured Client: American Geophysical Union
Enabling the Next-Gen Foundation for a 100-year-Old Organization

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) is a not-for-profit organization comprising a community of experts worldwide in Earth and space sciences. AGU's challenge was to deliver direct access and connectivity to the right information to the right people at the right time.  Additionally, they wanted to reach the next level of discovery to reposition themselves to be an industry leader.

Icreon helped them to tap into the true potential of migration and modernization. This provided them with dynamic flexibility to be one of the top-tier organizations and achieve their vision.

Read the full case study here.


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FAQs Around Application Modernization & Migrations

  • How can I know if my application is ready to migrate to the cloud?

    If you're considering moving your application to the cloud, it's important to know your application needs.

    Before you begin, you should know the following:

    - Is the app in use today? If so, how often is it being used? What are its peak usage periods? Is there any downtime planned for maintenance or upgrades?
    - What is the user base? How many users do you have, and how many are expected to join over time?
    - What is your budget? Investing in migrating an application or service can be costly. Take into account the cost of migrating and ongoing maintenance costs.
    - Do you have a business need for a public cloud service provider instead of using your own data center or another facility? If so, does your organization have the technical capabilities to manage that service provider's infrastructure and applications on its behalf?

    If your app is critical for business operations or customer satisfaction, migrating it should be a high priority. If a glitch in the system causes downtime or other issues, this could cause serious problems for your company or clients — especially if they rely on your product or service as part of their daily lives (such as with healthcare software).

    Some companies may have restrictive policies about storing personal data like financial information or medical records; if so, this could affect your ability to migrate those files from your current provider into the cloud without violating regulations.
  • What is the process for migrating an application to the cloud?

    Migrating an application to the cloud is more than just moving your data from one place to another. It requires a shift in thinking about how you build, deploy, update and maintain your applications.

    The first step in migrating an application to the cloud is to perform a thorough analysis of your current IT environment.

    You need to determine which applications and processes can be moved to the cloud, what new applications you might want to develop, and what infrastructure changes are required. You also need to estimate how much time and money it will take to get everything ready for migration.

    Once you've done all this, it's time to select a provider and create a migration plan. The migration plan should include an assessment of any risks associated with moving your data and applications into the cloud.
  • What are the benefits of Application Modernization & Migration?

    Application modernization and migration are the processes that help you to modernize your existing applications and migrate them to new platforms. It also helps reduce cost, improve performance, increase scalability, and improve security.

    Improved Performance
    Modernization improves performance because it’s less resource-intensive than older applications.

    Improved Security
    Modernization also improves security by reducing the number of vulnerabilities in an application.

    Reduce Cost
    Migration of legacy applications to the cloud is cost-effective as it reduces the overall IT cost by moving the workloads to the public cloud.

    Increased Agility
    Application modernization provides an opportunity to enhance existing systems with better user interfaces and data access, while also enabling cloud-based technologies that can be quickly deployed when needed.

    Improved User Experience

    Modernized applications are easier for users to navigate because they offer improved usability features such as touch screens or voice recognition technology.
  • How do I choose a cloud that is right for me?

    There are many choices when it comes to cloud services, so how do you choose the one that is right for you? First, determine which type of cloud service you need. If your organization is a small business or startup, it may not need a full-blown enterprise solution. Instead, the best option might be a basic managed cloud service that lets you get up and running quickly without worrying about managing the infrastructure or security.

    If you're looking for something more robust, such as an on-demand private cloud or dedicated server farm, consider what your organization needs from its cloud solution. Does it need to be scalable? Is high availability important? Or perhaps cost reduction is more important at this stage in the company's evolution.

    The next step is to consider how much control over the data you want to retain. For example, suppose your organization has sensitive data that must remain confidential under any circumstances. In that case, you'll want your own private network where you control access and can enforce strict policies about what users can do with their accounts on laptops and tablets.

    You also need to consider whether regulatory compliance requirements must be met with any kind of storage or database solution your company uses.

    If security is important to you (and it should be!), then make sure that whichever service provider you choose has good encryption tools and strong authentication methods in place so that no one can hack into your website.
  • What is Legacy System Modernization?

    Legacy system modernization is a business process that lets you take advantage of the latest technology while still utilizing legacy systems.

    The goal of legacy system modernization is to update your existing software so that it can be used for years to come, without replacing the entire system or making major changes. You upgrade your existing code so that it works with new technology, allowing you to save money on upgrades and make better use of your existing infrastructure.

    Legacy systems are often large, unwieldy programs that have been in place for many years. They may have started as simple solutions but have grown into complex programs that require a lot of time and effort to maintain. Modernizing these systems can help reduce maintenance time and costs while also making it easier for users to access the information they need.
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