Unify : Complete migration of Lotus Notes applications to the Microsoft Office System and Java platform

Unify has a solution called composer for the migration of Lotus Notes Domino applications to Microsoft Office System or the Java platform.

… Composer is a software plus services engagement for migrating all Lotus Notes applications to a SOA on the Microsoft and Java platform. Only Unify provides a comprehensive migration for the complex, workflow-centric Notes applications in addition to the less intricate, yet pervasive, Lotus Notes template-based applications.

We call this production to production. We take a production Lotus Notes application, utilize Composer, and deliver a production-ready .NET, ASP.NET or Java application.

Composer consists of a comprehensive Assessment, Migration, and Optimization process to modernize Lotus Notes applications such as template-based discussion groups and documents repositories to complex workflow and integrated backend systems. …

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Source : Unify.com

Peter de Haas
Peter de Haas

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2 reacties

  1. Why dont just MS begg Lotus customers to switch, like they do with Vista?
    http://slashdot.org/articles/07/06/20/0643241.shtml
    😉
    Seriously though, thank you for the link. It was an interesting read, and its good to know that a least one company has done a serious attempt at semi automated application migration from Notes to J2EE, should the need ever arise. The white papers are very well written, and one thing they show is how hard it is to emulate all the functionality the Notes environment has in a “classic” application environment. You should read it several times Peter. Know thy enemy! 😉
    Cheers /Patrik

  2. Patrik,
    Thanks for the feedback. To be honoust I haven’t read all the Unify whitepapers yet and I see them as one of many ISVs providing solutions for migration off of the ND platform. I thinks also Casahl, Quest and BinaryTree have very good solutions. I am not so sure I fully agree wuth you in the way the ND “classic” application environment distincts from others; at least not in the client engagements I’ve been in …

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