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WEASLE 20211st International Workshop On Current Challenges In Web-Based Enterprise Applications For Legacy Information Systems Modernization
Chair(s): Philipp Brune

1st International Workshop On Current Challenges In Web-Based Enterprise Applications For Legacy Information Systems Modernization - WEASLE 2021

Paper Submission: July 31, 2021
Authors Notification: September 8, 2021
Camera Ready and Registration: September 17, 2021

Chair

Philipp Brune
Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences
Germany
 
Scope

While still being a major challenge for most large organizations, the modernization of their legacy applications has attracted little attention in the academic research community in the last decade. Only recently, the topic started to get back in the focus in academic research and teaching. However, not only the mainframe platforms strongly evolved in recent years, but also huge progress has been made in industry in modernizing legacy systems using different approaches, mainly due to new and better tools and methodologies. Web technologies form the common basis for many of these approaches.
This workshop wants to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to discuss recent results on web-based legacy application modernization from technological and organizational perspectives.




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