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Re-Platform, mid-level migration

With Re-Platform, the Public Administration can make the most of the cloud’s potential. The service involves changing certain technological components of the applications to make them compatible with the minimum portability requirements. 

To achieve this migration, the layers of all categories defined as ‘middleware’ are modified, such as: API, EAI and ETL. 

Operating systems integrated in cloud infrastructure ensure:

  • Efficient services
  • Fast execution of operations
  • Data and application security

The advantages of the Re-Platform service

Administrations that want to enjoy the benefits of the cloud, without having to rewrite the entire application code, can choose Re-Platform. Characteristics include:

  • Optimisation: budgets and resources are limited because the cloud is accessed by modifying the source code as little as possible. 
  • Speed: the Re-Platform service does not involve a complex migration, so the process proceeds swiftly and saves valuable time for the Public Administration.  
  • Use of native cloud services: the necessary software modifications enable administrations to make the most of the PaaS services provided by Polo Strategico Nazionale. 


In which cases should you opt for Re-Platform migration?

We recommend choosing the Re-Platform migration service in the following cases: 


Updating the database

When the application does not respond correctly because the database is outdated, the technology can be migrated to an updated cloud environment. In this case, it is not necessary to change the application code. 


Extension of application modes

Re-Platform makes it possible to extend an application’s functionality without rewriting the entire code. When the application is hosted in a cloud environment that offers additional services, such as artificial intelligence or data analysis, it automatically absorbs them. 

In terms of complexity, Re-Platform migration ranks between Re-Host and Re-Architect, allowing public administrations to integrate services to the cloud without disrupting the underlying technology