This blog discusses the results of a competitive study to measure the learning time, deployment time and cost to run a Web Application that is moved from an on-premises environment to a public cloud environment. The public cloud environments compared are WebSphere on Bluemix service and Amazon AWS using MidVision WAS AMIs.
This category includes methodologies of migration, examples of migrated customers, tools, books, articles and other resources.
New webinar by Don Vines (member of the Migration Team with IBM Cloud Services) is now available for replay: “WebSphere… on the Cloud? Learn how to ‘Lift and Shift’ your WebSphere Applications to the Cloud” to see for yourself just… Read More ›
I have written about migrations and the increasing use of the cloud to optimize workloads, but this article combines these topics as experienced by a major USA based airline company. The IBM migration team was called in to evaluate what… Read More ›
When Facebook acquired Parse (MBaaS provider) back in 2013, it planned on growing its business by tapping into a different market – mobile app development. However, things started to change. The Facebook advertising platform has been doing very well lately. Facebook decided to… Read More ›
Author: David VandePol (IBM) Moving Java EE resource configurations from server to server has always been a time consuming and manual process. IBM has suggested scripting as a best practice, however creating the scripts on existing environment usually isn’t on the… Read More ›