It’s our pleasure to announce that today IBM® released a new Beta version of the IBM WebSphere® Application Migration Toolkit Version 3.0.
Quickly and cost-effectively migrate to WebSphere Application Server V8, whether from a previous version of WebSphere Application Server (5.1, 6.0, 6.1, 7.0) or competitive application servers including Oracle® Weblogic Server, Oracle Application Server, and JBoss Server. Simple remediation tools utilize Rational® source code scanning technology to identify and resolve known application migration issues, all while providing developers complete control over the process. The Toolkit provides:
* Simplified developer migration experience.
* Support for migrating JEE applications to WebSphere Application Server Version 8.0
* Improved rule sets which scan application source code for known migration problems including new depreciated and removed APIs, behavior changes, and enforcements for JRE and Java EE specifications
* Enhanced platform support – Supports the latest versions of Rational Application Developer and Eclipse
To download the Beta, please visit the IBM WebSphere® Beta program at the following link:
and look for the link: Download IBM® WebSphere® Application Server Migration Toolkit v3.0 Beta at the bottom of the page.
The IBM WebSphere Application Migration Toolkit team would like to see every customer benefit from the product. We will monitor the forum to respond to your questions and comments as soon as possible.
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Re: New Beta Version of the IBM WebSphere Application Migration Toolkit - V3.02011-04-13T15:21:00Z in response to ThinkSOAThe IBM WebSphere Application Server V8.0 Beta forum can be accessed at this link: