Migrating Applications from Microsoft DNA to IBM WebSphere

An IBM Redbooks publication


Abstract

This IBM Redbooks publication is about migrating your application from Microsoft DNA to IBM's WebSphere, from coming up with a strategy and scope for the migration to architecting and developing the migration solution.

If you are the IT decision maker or the project manager who is responsible for setting the scope and defining the strategy for your migration, then the first part of this book is aimed at you. The second part of the book focuses on IT architects, IT specialists, or programmers who have to re-engineer, design, code, and test the migration solution.

Part 1 focuses on what to do before you commence the migration, and how to set the scope within the migration constraints and come up with your migration strategy.

In Part 2 we look at redesigning the architecture of your Windows DNA application, and discuss how to identify the considerations unique to your migration scenario and provide guidelines for migrating the different tiers of your application based on your migration strategy and redesigned architecture.

Table of contents

Part 1. Preparing for migration
Chapter 1. Setting the migration scope
Chapter 2. Migration strategies
Part 2. Migration how to
Chapter 3. Architecture migration
Chapter 4. Development environment migration
Chapter 5. Application migration
Chapter 6. Runtime migration




Profile

Publish Date
03 August 2005


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Author(s)

ISBN-10
0738493600

ISBN-13
9780738493602

IBM Form Number
SG24-6333-00

Number of pages
336