Application Deployment Modernization and Cloud Transformation Workshop

Transporting legacy applications away from unsupported platforms and into the Cloud

Register for this Application Deployment Modernization and Cloud transformation workshop and see how you can migrate old applications onto the supported IT infrastructure, reduce your on-going cost base, and open up opportunities to leverage application deployment into the Cloud. All within the constraints of existing budgets and without touching the source code of your applications.  See how “Cloud First” can be achieved in practice.

When: 7th October 2016 from 10am until 1pm

Where: Microsoft’s offices in London, Paddington

Who should attend: Public Sector personnel who are directly, or indirectly, involved with IT infrastructure modernization, deployment of classic line of business applications or Cloud transformation. 

10:00

Evolution of Applications – from initial inception to the deployment challenges of today,
Mat Clothier – CTO at Cloudhouse Technologies

10:30

Azure Overview and Capabilities,
Microsoft Azure Team

10:45

Windows 10 – An insider’s view into the real reasons organisations are upgrading now,
Adam Khan, Windows Business Group

11:00 to 12:30

Demo Labs – see our technology in action, discover how to:

  • Resolve app Compatibility issues – enabling legacy apps, tied to unsupported operating systems (like XP, WinServer 2003, XenApp 4.x/5.x), to migrate to supported environments.
  • Deploy Classic IE apps onto modern devices – fixing compatibility issues for apps stuck on old versions of IE.
  • Complete your journey to the Cloud – see how you can start benefiting from the Cloud, today, by completing the journey of your legacy and App-V apps. No source code change required!

12:30 to 13:00

Lunch is served during informal Q&A

 

REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT HAS NOW CLOSED.  If you are interested in attending future events please email marketing@cloudhouse.com

 


Additional Resources

Keeping legacy applications running even after vendors end support
Keeping legacy applications running even after vendors end support

Despite emergency security patches issued by Microsoft for a number of its legacy operating systems, WannaCry highlighted a major risk faced by companies running business critical applications on unsupported systems. It also showed that, without on-going support, it will become too costly, in both monetary and reputational terms, for organisations to continue running their legacy applications.