The Java CAPS Installer is packaged in a Installation documentation is included with each. Today, your teams are trained and sharpened on JCAPS architecture and development. Is the migration possible, as described in the document? Yes, the. Real-world Enterprise SOA implementations Using JCAPS . This document is intended for Sun JCAPS technical analysts/architects and developers.
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During the last years, you developed and invested in JCAPS, set up reliable infrastructure and deployed a solid integration platform. Nevertheless, a background music tells you that this time is over, JCAPS is a deprecated technology, not improved for many years. However, you odcuments nonetheless loath to go to some other platform because you know the effort and the budget required to initiate and complete a migration.
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Despite the promises of consulting companies and editors that tell you the migration will be easy and inexpensive, you have a strange feeling that something is wrong. Moreover, in their budget forecast, the consultants take into account neither the training of your development, infrastructure and support teams, the cost of the new license nor the time consumed to setup a completely new environment.
The context is the similar for IBM or Microsoft. Consequently, a migration between the two products is simple and straightforward.
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Is documengs migration possible, as described in the document? It deeply uses JBI features.
To ddocuments your Java EJB services, there are many options. Our customer feedback showed us that in the same sub-LAN the impact on the performances is negligible but the gain in flexibility important.
In that case, we promote a split between service implementation and orchestration. Whatever your case, our consultants will help you to design the doxuments and the most efficient solution for your migration. It provides access to your databases through your binding component as usual.
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Light and efficient, the new console is very fast, whatever the number of composite applications and service units. The context During the last years, you developed and invested in JCAPS, set up reliable infrastructure and deployed a solid integration platform.
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