Stabilisation for existing software

How much is your software disrupting your organisation? Is data throttling slowing down business processes? Is customer service suffering because the right people don’t have access to information when they need it? Is the unpredictability of your software forcing your people to develop work around? Are your people in the field unable to communicate with your back office team? These are just a few examples of when stabilising your existing software can have dramatic benefits. Redprint™ can provide you with a roadmap to stabilising your software.

Start with understanding what’s causing problems

Does the inevitable finger pointing that happens when software starts to fail frustrate you? Is the problem your hardware? Is it operating system updates that are causing problems. Is the problem the software itself, and if so, how can it be stabilised. Redprint™ provides you with an opportunity to understand the root cause of the problem (or problems) and implement a strategy to stabilise your system.

Environment Monitoring

Redgum monitors your hardware, networks, and Internet connections with the aim of understanding the impact your operating environment has on your software solution.

Redgum also provides live application monitoring, which helps identify key issues with the system. The intelligence gained from this process allows Redgum to outline a strategy and timeline for first pass stabilisation.

‘Process and practice’ change

Key to Redgum’s software stabilisation methodology is to conduct a ‘process and practice.’ This transition brings your software development in line with Redgum’s practices, enabling automated builds and provides a testing environment. This reduces the risk of business disruption.

A road map to long-term software stability

Redprint™ also provides you with a report on what fixes and resources are required to stabilise your software. Redprint™ even provides you with a visual report that allows you to focus on critical upgrades first, with a clear path for secondary and tertiary upgrades. These reports allow you prioritise upgrades based on need and budget availability.