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RHAMT 4.1.0 Is Released!
The 4.1.0 version of the Red Hat Application Migration Toolkit has recently been released, and with it is a new report that I’d like to highlight.
If you’re not familiar with RHAMT, check out my previous article introducing the product.
This report provides an aggregate listing of the technologies used, grouped by function, for the analyzed applications. It shows how the technologies are distributed, and hundreds of applications can be simultaneously compared after analysis has been performed. In addition, the size, number of libraries, and story point totals of each application are displayed, allowing you to quickly determine each application’s type from a single report.
Examining application_13 in the above list, we can see that this is likely a secured frontend application with a cache for performance. It contains several libraries, most of which pertain to security in some form.
Each application can be further examined to identify the technologies in use. For instance, drilling down into application_13 shows:
Here we can see that the precise libraries in use within each category. As previously noted, this application uses a large number of security libraries, and we can precisely identify the technologies in use.
Regardless of how you use the technology reports, I’m certain it will be useful in your migration and modernization efforts.