Application & Data Modernization with DX8


Legacy Applications

Fully Re-developed
Modern Patterns and Standards
Agile Process
Robust Microservices
Parallel Construction
Industry Standards

DX8 artificial intelligence rapidly modernizes old applications by authoring new, fully architected applications using the database rather than code conversion. The DX8 Database Analyzer enhances, optimizes, and recommends improvements to align legacy databases with current standards. A data model is produced from the enhanced legacy database (SQL Server, My SQL, DB2, Oracle, PostgreSQL, or DB2). This model is further enhanced and constructed in an agile manner by adding business rules, logic, and metadata, providing descriptive richness to the entities, properties, attributes, rules, etc. Open and accessible code is then authored from this model.

Any business rules, logic, and UI enhancements that were not inherent to the model are added as extended code. Extended code in a DX8 project is always preserved, no matter how often a developer regenerates and authors new code. DX8 provides an uber-agile environment allowing a developer to regenerate often in DevOps processes.

api generation

Our development platform technology builds enterprise API layers in minutes.




Using RDBMS platforms like 


SQL Server



Disparate databases, legacy systems and cloud services can be easily integrated to extend and create new business value through our unrivaled API generation and microservices capabilities. 

Deployed on premise or in containerized platforms, our technology builds a new layer or interface around existing applications that integrates data across multiple platforms.

The rapidly generated APIs facilitate workload mobility allowing the necessary data to be consumed in the cloud, as well as to connect to other applications.

Custom Applications

After understanding our client’s needs through our business analysis process, our services team using DXterity8 produces a new application by modeling the data source in an abstracted model or consuming an existing data model and then constructing an entire application.