Re-engineering and porting services

Revitalizing legacy software systems through re-engineering, porting, migration and refactoringc

With all the new OS’s, platforms, and devices, are you lost but not ready to give up your product? Not a problem at all—Auriga’s engineers have solid experience in re-engineering, migration, and porting services. We can add value to your product by upgrading it from older to newer technologies or by moving out of legacy platforms or languages for which vendor support is no longer available and reducing the cost of maintaining legacy systems.

Auriga assists its clients with the following re-engineering needs:

  • Re-designing the architecture to support new platforms, components, or features
  • Refactoring the code for maintainability and portability
  • Replacing databases, middleware, and other architectural layers
  • Reverse engineering

We provide a full range of support in accomplishing the following porting requirements:

  • Porting to new hardware and processor architecture
  • Porting to a new operating system
  • Porting to a new programming language or compiler
  • Migrating to new databases, middleware, third-party components
  • Updating versions of the components

Recent Projects

Microservice Architecture Unveiled: What You Should Know Before You Jump In
Insights December 14, 2022
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Auriga Baltics Receives the Strongest in Lithuania Award for the Seventh Year in a Row
News October 24, 2022
Auriga is honored to announce that Auriga Baltics, the company’s development center in Vilnius (Lithuania), was again awarded the Strongest in Lithuania certificate. The Strongest…
The ultimate guide on how to navigate the Hardware-in-the-Loop world
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