Leveraging proprietary migration utilities, Revive transforms complex Notes Domino applications into a modern web application.
Revive extracts the Domino views and forms and generates a new modern application.
Application logic is migrated to the new application for analysis and streamlined conversion.
Domino data is migrated to an enterprise SQL Database without the need for analysis, mapping or cleansing.
Application user information is migrated from Domino to the new application and integrated with the corporate directory system.
Leveraging industry-standard web technologies including Spring Boot, React JS and MS SQL, migrated applications are fully supported by a vibrant corporate and developer community.
Dynamic data grids and advanced forms replace the original application interface and provide column selection, filtering, bidirectional sorting, and full text search.
The new responsive application can be used and consumed on a desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile device.
Migrated applications can be easily implemented to any virtual and cloud environment.
Migrated applications support a granular security model, ensuring that security is maintained down to Document and Field levels.
Applications migrated with Revive include a restful API that can be used for bidirectional data integration with other systems.
Parameters including multilingualism, keyword values, and drop-down lists are centrally governed for one or more applications.
A Revive WorkSpace can be rolled out to end-users for self-service management of their application access.
The Revive migration utilities reduce the overall time and cost of migrating complex applications by up to 75% of a pure application rewrite.
A non-proprietary enterprise technology stack means your organization is free from future licensing costs.
Revive eliminates the need for requirements gathering and end-user training as the new application is based on the features and functions of the existing Domino application.
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