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While the first two articles in the Enterprise Evolution series discussed the assessment and remediation of existing systems, this paper discusses the third leg of modernization – transformation. While remediation can be thought of as “modernizing systems in place”, the concept of transformation goes further by transforming existing data and application architectures into target architectures and environments .

 
NXTera 6.3 for .NET
Written by Kevin   
Tuesday, 17 September 2013

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New Version of NXTera makes it possible for legacy Entera applications to integrate with .NET clients running on Windows and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and Suse 12 using Mono.

 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 05 August 2014 )
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NXTminder Application Performance Manager release 7.2
Written by Kevin   
Thursday, 28 March 2013
Image  eCube Systems recently announced the latest version of NXTminder to be released this April. NXTminder 7.2 is an application performance manager designed to be platform and application independent. It is a full featured APM with the ability to replicate complex environments and dependencies with a feature rich configuration file.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 17 September 2013 )
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Microsoft MSE replacement
Written by Webmaster   
Friday, 06 January 2012
Microsoft Managed Services Engine's (MSE) final release was done in 2009. MSE uses Microsoft WCF to provide SOA services to users on the Microsoft platform. Support for MSE has already ended and Microsoft suggests it no longer be used in production. This leave MSE users without a product to perform this virtualization. For more information, see article in link below.
Last Updated ( Monday, 30 January 2012 )
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