#Automation Insights

Changing Legacy Scripts to Modern ETL

Modernizing Data Integration - Transitioning from Legacy Scripts to Modern ETL

Legacy scripts represent the history of the early stages of computing and programming when technology was less advanced but still solved critical problems. Many legacy scripts continue to perform valuable tasks in organizations that are still relevant today. Transforming them into modern systems ensures their long-term viability.

Many organizations have now started to strike a balance between leveraging legacy scripts for their strengths and considering modernization efforts. As technology evolves, organizations often face security, scalability, integration, and compliance challenges that lead to replacing legacy systems and scripts. Our extensive experience working with a diverse range of customers in this effort positions us as a trusted partner in the transformation process.

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Our data-driven approach uncovers valuable patterns and opportunities, providing the foundation for the strategic decision-making and business optimization and actionable insights.

Legacy scripts, regardless of origin in PL/SQL, SQL, mainFrame systems, or shell scripts, can be seamlessly migrated to modern cloud-based applications or integrated into modern ETL using automation.

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Code Refactoring

Refactor or rewrite legacy scripts to align with modern coding standards and best practices.

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Integration

Integrate modern applications with other systems and services as required for seamless operation.

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Parallel Processing

Leverage the capabilities of the chosen ETL tool or application framework to enable parallel processing and scalability.

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Automation streamlines
Delivering effective solutions to a diverse clientele
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Analyze

Assessing your existing legacy scripts. Understand their functionality, dependencies, and limitations.

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Automation

Design and build the automation solution, including workflows, data models, and integration points.

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Scalability

Test for accuracy and scalability to accommodate future growth and increased workloads using automation.