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vFunction focuses on modernizing the application layer within the JVM. However since it analyzes transactions, connections and database table accesses, as constraints that impact service separation, it significantly helps to break the database into multiple databases if the customer so chooses.

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The first and only platform purpose-built to automatically, efficiently, and intelligently transform complex, monolithic Java applications into microservices with a scalable, repeatable factory model.

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The vFunction modernization cycle consists of 5 phases: learning, analysis, and extraction, followed by the containerization and deployment of the auto-created microservices. For more info go to www.vFunction.com

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Service Exclusivity within the vFunction platform means the degree to which classes, methods and variables are exclusive to that service. So 100% class exclusivity means that classes exist only within that service. That would mean it’s relatively easier to separate that service.

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vFunction is licensed per analyzed JVM (practically per application) since it represents the best correlation to the unit of value.

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No. vFunction is installed locally and doesn't send any information outside the firewall.

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