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Technology Migration

Navyug provides technology migration services with a distinct re-engineering process. To ensure scalability of products, we assist organizations in migrating their legacy application (old software) to high-performance, easy-to-use, up-to-date technologies. We define workload requirements, renovate and migrate applications without interruption, provide a secure, stable infrastructure and deliver a smooth transition to the new technology model(s).

We conduct a thorough analysis and assessment of the current business and technology environments to design a merged re-engineering architecture. We efficiently combine our technology expertise, several transformation preferences and recommended solutions to re-engineer your product or application to the latest technologies such as MySQL, Postgres, Oracle, server segregation – AWS, etc.

Our technology migration services proved to deliver vital business benefits such as:

  • Boosted technical support
  • Ease of business risk
  • Greater system performance
  • Reduced system dependencies
  • Superior technical support
  • Improved data portability


An Overview of Architecture and Technologies for the Internet of Things(IoT)

The term Internet of Things (IoT) was first employed by Kevin Ashton in 1999 but only to describe a series of the phenomenon which had already occurred in the world of internet. The concept of the Internet of Things has become popular through the Auto-ID Center....

How security implications affect Internet of Things

As every player with a stake in IoT is aware, security is paramount for the safe and reliable operation of IoT connected devices. It is, in fact, the foundational enabler of IoT. Where there is less consensus is how best to implement security in IoT at the device,...

Revolutionizing Healthcare Through Internet of Things

An often-quoted figure of Gartner says that “6.4 Billion Connected “Things” Will Be in Use in 2016” and use cases are far too many to be outlined in any one document. The idea of devices connecting directly with each other is, as Kevin Ashton coined the term Internet...