Running Any Of The Following ISV Applications On Oracle Or Sybase? You Might Qualify For A Free 3 Day Migration Workshop!Posted by Bill Ramos | On March 30th, 2015 | In Application Modernization, Consulting, Database Migration, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft SQL Server, Training
You are running any of the following applications on Oracle or Sybase, and you are wondering what it would take to get them migrated to SQL Server?
Well you probably qualify to join us for a by-invitation only 3 day hands on workshop with leading technical experts, prior to MS Ignite, at zero-cost* to you.
So if you are running: Team Center, PTC, Sungard, Kronos, SAP on a non-SQL Server platform, contact us and apply to take part in the 3 day workshop -> email email@example.com.
As a valued customer, you could qualify for this program based on expressing your interest in moving to your application to SQL Server. This exclusive three-day hands-on workshop brings-in Microsoft’s best technical experts to help migrate your Mission Critical app from Oracle and/or Sybase to SQL Server 2014 end-to-end. Through this program called Safe Passage, we will provide end-to-end migration support in partnership with Microsoft Consulting Services and partners like DB BEST Technologies, provide migration tools, training, and truly personalized engagement.
Pre-Assessment – receive remote architectural planning sessions/application dependencies evaluation via phone calls and/or Lync
Migration Workshop – three-day in-person workshop in Chicago, from May 1st-May 3rd, 2015. Deep product & architecture level conversation with SQL Server experts. Will look into architectural similarities and differences from Oracle and how to manage, operate, scale, and build SQL applications once they migrate. Design sessions based on pre-assessment. (Please plan arrival on the evening of April 30th ).
Post-Workshop – activities to complete in-production migration, tune, and test the application at customer premises.
*Full cost of workshop including travel included for qualifying customers.
Read more about ISV Upgrade workshops in our recent blog post.