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Microsoft recommends AppZero for moving a variety of applications from WS2003 to newer operating systems.
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GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has licensed AppZero application migration software to move Windows Server 2003 applications onto a newer operating system. Microsoft recommends AppZero for moving a variety of applications from Windows Server 2003, which reaches the end of extended support in July, 2015, to Microsoft’s newer operating systems.
With fewer than 250 working days until the end of support of Windows Server 2003, now is the time to plan your migrations. Join Microsoft Windows Server 2003 EOS Operations Manager - US, Neha Bajwa and AppZero CEO, Greg O’Connor to learn how to craft your migration strategy. (registration required)
AppZero undertook the first “State of Readiness for Windows 2003 End of Support” Survey to assess how serious this event is to enterprise IT pros. (Registration Required)
AppZero announced today that AppZero Cloud Edition is available to try on Amazon Web Services (AWS, free of charge, as an AWS Test Drive. AppZero’s award-winning application migration tool enables users to move server applications onto physical, virtual or cloud servers, simply, fast, and with no code changes -- at the push of a button.
Most IT administrators are painfully aware that Windows Server 2003 will reach the end of extended support in July 2015. This is a big deal because Windows Server 2003 has been a monster success since it was released 11 years ago. From 2003 to 2010 this platform was the workhorse for applications deployed at both small businesses and large enterprises...
For many customers moving to the Cloud is the best strategy when presented with a compelling event to do so, with a timely example being how Microsoft are ending support for Windows 2003 on July 14th next year. Customers will face lots of painful issues if they haven’t moved off the platform by then. They have the option of migrating apps to in-house servers on W2012, however this situation is an example of the hassle that comes with managing your own infrastructure!