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Microsoft recommends AppZero for moving a variety of applications from WS2003 to newer operating systems.
AppZero identifies, extracts, and moves enterprise Windows server applications to any server, in the datacenter or cloud.
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AppZero has partnered with Microsoft and Unisys to help enterprise customers migrate their Windows Server 2003 applications into Microsoft-built cloud computing technologies.
The goal is to encourage Win2K3 government and commercial users to implement either a Windows Server 2012 R2 or an Azure platform as Microsoft plans end of support for the legacy operating system by July 4, AppZero said Tuesday.
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Solution partners that have customers with mission-critical applications that are unsupported by Windows Server 2012 have options. Windows Server 2012 R2 offers a compatibility mode to run such applications, but it's not foolproof.
AppZero to Preview SaaS Solution for Quickly and Efficiently Migrating Windows Server Applications to Azure Cloud
A Software as a Service (SaaS) solution for automatically migrating existing Windows applications to the Microsoft Azure cloud, including those reaching end of support with Windows Server 2003, will be previewed by AppZero.
Windows Server 2003 will hit End of Support on July 14, 2015. AppZero has undertook the second “State of Readiness for Windows Server 2003 End of Support” Survey in an effort to assess how serious this event is to enterprise IT pros. (registration required)
If you're still running WS2003 -- and reports indicate an estimated 57% of organizations are -- it's likely that a number of factors, from legacy applications, security challenges or business disruption concerns, are preventing you from making the move. (Registration required)