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Dev04. When management says you have to migrate apps off of Domino

Monday, May 8 | 13:30 - 14:30 | D. Gorilla 4

IBM has renewed emphasis on Domino as an applications platform, and it is still a superior server for most types of collaborative applications. Nonetheless, some organizations are unfortunately forcing the removal of Notes and/or Domino due to political, budget/consolidation, or other reasons. What are your options, and what are the costs and expectations of each? This session begins with a demo of free analysis tools for discovering what applications are used in your environment and which designs will be most challenging to implement outside of Domino. Then you'll survey the landscape of several options for migrating your template and custom apps, including SharePoint & .NET,, Google Apps, turn-key solutions, third-party platforms, and even some hybrid modernization techniques for keeping Domino on the back-end. Pros and cons, as well as costs of several approaches are compared. This high level session does not delve into code, but includes detailed screenshots of each approach. You will be prepared for further evaluating the range of migration options for your own applications, including how to push back on management to keep certain types of applications in Domino.

Jamie Magee (MartinScott Consulting) @jamiemagee

Dev23. Right Strategies for Notes Application Modernisation

Monday, May 8 | 16:00 - 16:30 | Table 2 Gorilla 1

App Modernisation was named as one of the major points at IBM Connect. What is the right strategy for companies to go ahead with this point on the agenda?
Discussion about ideas, thoughts and strategies in App Modernisation.

Stefan Sucker (We4IT) @stefan_sucker