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Application Migration and Modernization with IBM WebSphere Hybrid Edition 

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Learn the essentials that you need for your journey to cloud with WebSphere Hybrid Edition.

We are pleased to announce the availability of the new Application Migration and Modernization with IBM WebSphere Hybrid Edition course. This course provides an overview of WebSphere Hybrid Edition – a lean, economical solution that enables clients to optimize WebSphere applications for immediate gains while also positioning their business for higher, near-term future value. This course describes WebSphere Hybrid Edition features and benefits, and how you can use it to leverage current investments and create new cloud native applications.

To enroll in these courses, go to IBM Skills Gateway a IBM Eligible Business Partners should review the “How to Register” document at for registration instructions.

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