TSRI Thought Leader for GDS International FST Summit



Kirkland, WA. (November 8, 2011)– The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI) is being recognized as the provider summit thought leader at the GDS International FST Summit, which was held in Scottsdale, Arizona during October 24-26, 2011.


"TSRI - Thought Leader for GDS International FST Summit 2011"

The FST Summit is a two-and-a-half-day event bringing together C-level technology executives from the financial services industry. In its sixth year, the unique and professional forum has been used as a rewarding discussion and learning platform by hundreds of the industry's leading CIOs and CTOs.

During the summit, a workshop, “The Conundrum: Legacy IT and the Cloud,“ was presented by the 2011 Stevens Award recipient and TSRI CEO, Philip Newcomb.  Many experts have noted ironically that enterprise legacy applications which have the most to gain by migration to the cloud are being left behind as nearly all growth in cloud services is from new applications written specifically for cloud architectures.

Philip Newcomb provided inspiring examples of transitioning legacy IT applications to the cloud. With this workshop he focused on practical lessons learned from ten (10) case studies of legacy applications modernized for the defense, aerospace and healthcare industries, and presented guidelines and best practices for transitioning legacy enterprise applications to the cloud.

Mr. Newcomb, is the noted author of Information Systems Transformation: Architecture Driven Modernization Case Studies and the 2011 Stevens Award recipient for his work as “principal leader in architecture-driven reengineering and modernization, and his research, development and commercialization of automated renovation methods and tools.”

For more information about TSRI, browse our web site at www.tsri.com or contact: The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI)

Greg Tadlock
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