6 Trends Shaping Enterprise Applications
Key Trends that Simplify and Centralize
The traditional model for an enterprise application is a monolithic application—a single executable that includes a presentation layer, an application layer with business and workflow logic, and a database where data is written, stored, and retrieved. The application is written in a single language. If it uses database technology, it standardizes on a single type of database.
The monolithic model worked well when IT services were running on premise, fully under the control of the IT organization. As long as users did not object to software updates arriving only 6-12 months. Today, though, a combination of IT factors make monolithic applications a less-than-ideal model for delivering software.
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