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Migration Services

With the discovery of implementing applications with microservices platforms, now the enterprise customers select the lightweight application servers like Apache Tomcat and Apache TomEE.

With our migration services, we provide our customers with tested techniques to be followed for a successful migration from IBM WebSphere, Oracle WebLogic, or RedHat Wildfly to Apache Tomcat and Apache TomEE.

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Migration Services

ManageCat provides an excellent migration service strategy to successfully migrate your Java EE applications from IBM WebSphere, Oracle WebLogic, RedHat Wildfly to Apache Tomcat or Apache TomEE. We have a bullet-proof process for determining migration requirements and strategy.

ManageCat migration services will include:
  • Determine the migration strategy (Cost saving, business objectives etc.)
  • Identify the migration targets (Java EE or Spring based applications).
  • Analyse the resource configurations including JDBC and JMS resources, EJB resources
  • Analyse the source code to understand API dependencies (server dependent JAR files)
  • Analyse JDK and JRE requirements.
  • Document the full migration process.
Supported Application Servers
  • IBM WebSphere
  • Oracle WebLogic
  • RedHat Wildfly
  • Glassfish
Migration Check List
  • Standard Java EE application or Spring based or any other
  • Includes EJB beans
  • Includes third party JMS resources
  • Includes third party JDBC resources
  • Local or JTA transactions
  • Use of JNDI names (obey to standard JNDI specification format)
  • Version of Java EE (5,6,7,8)
  • Version of JDK/JRE (6,7,8,9,10)
  • Includes REST client/server
  • Any framework usage

The first step in the migration process is to document the full process and understand the strategy and check list. After documenting the necessary steps, migration starts with moving required server configuration entries to Tomcat (such as creating JDBC resources, logging configuration, JMS configuration, JTA or local transaction configuration, dependent libraries etc.). In parallel, code analysis is a must to understand code changes. Each step must be documented and well desgined to succesfully migrate the applications.

According to the complexity and size of application, migration of single application generally takes 1 to 4 weeks time.
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