A team of four Keyhole Software consultants worked to modernize an existing 15-year-old legacy application to use modern technologies and support multi-tenancy. The client is a global B2B payments and credit solutions provider.
The ultimate goal of this project was to improve the stability of the application suite as the organization made the transition to a Microservices-style platform. Keyhole consultants assisted with the migration from a monolithic application architecture to a Microservices style that broke up application functionality into smaller runtime elements that could be tested and deployed separately.
In this project, almost 1,000 existing Model 204 batch applications were converted to Java Spring and Spring Batch-based applications.
The goal of this engagement was for Keyhole Software to help the client to implement an application architecture and platform that supports the conversion of its Model 204 applications into Spring Boot-based application modules. There were many modules, both batch and online-based, so this platform needed to allow for scalability and durability. On-demand deployment was also necessary.
A Keyhole team focused on developing home automation (Internet of Things – IoT) application. The application would allow users to control different actions in their home to their chosen specifications. Examples include changing a temperature on a thermostat, turning kitchen appliances off and on, etc.