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Migrating application servers from proprietary to cloud and open source solutions

Watch recording from December 10, 2020

Application servers reliably run workloads around the world and across many industries like financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, and logistics. With the adoption of open source and cloud solutions for production deployments, more organizations are looking to transition their proprietary software to enterprise-grade open source solutions with exceptional support in the cloud.

In this webinar, you’ll find out how to migrate a WebLogic Server application to a leading open source solution, Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform on Microsoft Azure. We’ll cover how to utilize Red Hat Migration Toolkit for Applications to identify the level of complexity and receive recommendations for applying changes to your source code for a successful migration to JBoss EAP. We will also cover how to test and successfully run your migrated application on JBoss EAP on Microsoft Azure.

In this webinar, we’ll cover:

  • How to migrate a WebLogic Server application to JBoss EAP on Azure.
  • How to utilize Red Hat Migration Toolkit for Applications .
  • How to test and successfully run your migrated application on JBoss EAP on Azure.

 

Live event date: Thursday, December 10, 2020 | 11 a.m. ET
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.


Theresa Nguyen

Senior Program Manager for Java on Azure, Microsoft

Theresa is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft. Prior to joining Microsoft, she created and led the sales and marketing team for two app server startups focused on the Java™ ecosystem and open source.

James Falkner

Product Marketing Director, Red Hat

James is a technology evangelist, teacher, learner, and author dedicated to open source and open computing. James works at Red Hat as Product Marketing Director for Red Hat's portfolio of open source products. He loves what Red Hat does, learning from others, and occasionally teaching at conferences. Prior to Red Hat, James spent five years at Liferay growing a large open source community, onboarding new contributors, meeting and engaging with beginners and experts, and championing open source as the de facto choice for businesses large and small.