Keys to Success in Migrations to JBoss

Join this webinar to learn the keys to success in JBoss migrations, including selecting target applications, leveraging proven migration methodologies and tools, and ensuring high operational preparedness .

Red Hat has teamed up with consilium1 and the Middleware Connections Migration Factory to help clients effectively identify and successfully migrate applications from expensive proprietary application servers to industry-leading standards based open source JBoss. Join this webinar to learn the keys to success in JBoss migrations, including: * How to select target applications are for migration * Leverage proven migration methodologies and tools * Ensure high operational preparedness We'll also explore additional opportunities for improved performance, reliability, and visibility, along with reductions in complexity and cost in your environment. Less

Date: October 14, 2009

  • On-demand
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical


Doug Bock Business Director, consilium1
Gary Steel Lead Solutions Architect, consilium1
Mitch Mocle Principal, Middleware Connections
Stewart Anderson Director, North America JBoss Channel Partners, Red Hat

About Doug Bock: Doug is responsible for business strategy and development of consilium1’s enterprise open source consulting practice, and works with consilium1’s enterprise solutions delivery team in providing maximum customer value, often leveraging open source offerings supported by our technology partners.
About Gary Steel: Gary is responsible for development of consilium1 middleware migration methodology and knowledge transfer. In his client facing role, Gary is overseeing a massive 3+ year project in which he and his team are midway though successful migration of several hundred applications to JBoss in a large multi site multinational client.
About Mitch Mocle: Mitch Mocle is the conceptual designer of the JBoss Migration Assessment tool and manager of the Migration Factory. Mitch has 30+ years of experience in technical and product management positions at BEA, Unisys, and Sperry working on everything from the web to mainframes. He is a passionate promoter of Linux.
About Stewart Anderson: