August 04, 2014
Webinar advice outlines migrating in-house
The biggest share of HP 3000 applications have been written by the owners of the systems. Custom code either began out of raw materials and the needs of a company's business processes -- or they were customized from third-party applications. In the most dynamic part of the 3000's history, companies bought source code from vendors along with the software products.
That's why this Wednesday's Webinar from MB Foster will strike so close to the hearts of MPE users. Migrating Custom In-House Developed HP 3000 Applications begins at 2 PM Eastern, 11 AM Pacific. Birket Foster leads a 45-minute talk and answers questions about risk, mitigating challenges, and how to get started. Regardless of how much life a 3000 has left in any company, the transition process revolves around the applications. Moving one can teach you so much about what might be next.
"It may seem frightening to migrate, but when properly planned, 'risks' are mitigated," says the introduction to the webinar. You can register right up to the starting time by following the links at the MB Foster website."You can do nothing and not migrate," Foster says, "and risk that your system performs without complications or downtime. Alternatively, you can choose to migrate, rejuvenate your business applications, improve performance, and resolve operational and technical challenges before going live."
With our guidance and as part of this webinar, MB Foster will deliver to you and your management teams, answers to its immediate questions and more
- How do we get started?
- What’s the process?
- Average time it takes to migrate?
Our goals are the same as yours
- Reduce risk
- Mitigate and resolve technical challenges
- Enhance and protect investments in an organization’s custom in-house developed applications
- Reduce the time it takes to transition
- Offer opportunities that current and future technologies provide
- Increase scalability
- Reduce year over year costs
No more trying to figure out what runs on
MPE/iX or where to find it. No more worrying
about availability! www.MPE-OpenSource.org
is all things MPE/iX: Open Source packages,
freeware, scripting, plus loads of tools
and information to keep your 3000 system
alive and thriving!
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