Migration planning using JBoss Cake | Red Hat Services

Current State Analysis Using JBoss Cake After the list of applications is compiled as mentioned above, collect the locations of the source code and deployment artifacts for the stated applications. Collection of the locations of the source code is necessary to ensure a quick start to the migration process once the project kicks off. Place all of this information in a spreadsheet for future reference. Collection of the deployment artifacts (EARs, WARs, JARs) is necessary to run a Red Hat Consulting product called JBoss Cake. JBoss Cake is only available through Red Hat Consulting at the moment, though in the future it will be offered as a Software as a Service (SaaS) through the Red Hat Customer Portal. Once all of the applications are run through JBoss Cake, it will output: • A level of effort number in hours (LOE) to estimate the migration effort • The frameworks used within the application • Hints on how to migrate the code This information can then be used in the project plan …

(Full Story: http://servicesblog.redhat.com/2013/01/08/migration-planning-using-jboss-cake/ )


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