webMethods Architecture Assessment

Be confident in your webMethods architecture, avoiding pitfalls and gaining valuable insight with best practice recommendations from our technology experts. 

What do I get?

You will receive a high-level assessment of your existing architecture from multiple technical perspectives that includes:

  • Business use cases and scenarios
  • Capacity planning
  • Deployment architecture
  • Non-functional requirements

What can I expect?

Working with a Software AG consultant, you will gain: 

  • An understanding of the technical risks posing threats to your project
  • Recommendations to mitigate those risks
  • Methodologies in identifying and evaluating those risks for the future
  • Knowledge of Software AG key best practice recommendations for your use case
  • Increased likelihood of a successful implementation

This is a time-boxed activity lasting one week that includes a solution design review leading to architecture findings and recommendations.

Who benefits from the webMethods Architecture Assessment?

IT Stakeholders can be confident that their solutions are architected for resiliency, stability and performance; IT Architects and Designers get insight into the advantages and disadvantages of implementation alternatives, and insight into the latest product capabilities and how they can be applied; and Project Managers will receive knowledge of the technical risks entailed, and all members involved with receive the necessary recommendations on mitigating those risks.

Success credits: 22

Offer details (including Success Credit values) vary depending on location. Success Credit values as shown apply to customers in the United States, UK, France and Germany. Contact us for specific services and Credit values for your location. All business will be conducted in English unless otherwise agreed to by Software AG Consultant and customer. Delivery will occur within customer’s standard business days and standard business hours. Learn more about Success Credits here


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