With this modernization and the adoption of a collaborative DevOps approach, Apis IT can work more efficiently and consistently to develop and deploy new services in compliance with European Union regulations.
With OpenShift, Apis IT is modernizing 20 years of legacy government IT systems. The legacy systems are part of a complex environment that includes monolithic COBOL mainframes, enterprise Java and Microsoft.NET application frameworks. By migrating its diverse legacy environments to Red Hat OpenShift, Apis IT teams are able to use the same environment and technology, enabling work to follow consistent processes and to rely on standard documentation.
Apis IT now runs more than 100 production projects on OpenShift. The projects include applications for customs administration, geographical information system (GIS), and elections. Additionally, parts of tax administration have also migrated to OpenShift and the migration of more than 200 legacy Java applications and services is currently underway.