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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-03-02T09:27:46Z by Gary.lau
Gary.lau
Gary.lau
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Pinned topic Deploying WAS ND on Linux and AIX platform

‏2012-03-01T04:52:24Z |
We have an application which was built on WAS 7.0 ND on AIX. Now we plan to setup a silmiar envioroment for testing purpose. Since AIX and Linux are simlar platform and WAS ND is built on open standards, We would like to ask whether WAS ND can provide same functions ans features no matter Linux or AIX is used?
Updated on 2012-03-02T09:27:46Z at 2012-03-02T09:27:46Z by Gary.lau
  • Scott Johnston
    Scott Johnston
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    Re: Deploying WAS ND on Linux and AIX platform

    ‏2012-03-01T15:25:51Z  
    Yes, WAS ND can provide the same function and features regardless of the platform on which it is running.

    Because the application was built to run on WAS ND v7.0, I recommend that you use the WAS Application Migration Toolkit to evaluate the readiness of your application for use with WAS ND v8.0. The WAS Application Migration Toolkit is freely available on the developerWorks website:

    http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/downloads/migtoolkit/

    Keep us posted on your progress.

    Regards,
    Scott Johnston
    WebSphere Application Server
    Install & Configuration User Experience Lead
  • Gary.lau
    Gary.lau
    3 Posts

    Re: Deploying WAS ND on Linux and AIX platform

    ‏2012-03-02T09:27:46Z  
    Yes, WAS ND can provide the same function and features regardless of the platform on which it is running.

    Because the application was built to run on WAS ND v7.0, I recommend that you use the WAS Application Migration Toolkit to evaluate the readiness of your application for use with WAS ND v8.0. The WAS Application Migration Toolkit is freely available on the developerWorks website:

    http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/downloads/migtoolkit/

    Keep us posted on your progress.

    Regards,
    Scott Johnston
    WebSphere Application Server
    Install & Configuration User Experience Lead
    Thanks Scott Johnston