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  • Why You Should Definitely Migrate Existing Apps to the Cloud

    by Basant Singh on  Jun 24, 2015 1

    In this article we’ll explore various benefits of migrating your existing apps to the cloud in detail so that you can make an informed decision.

  • The Cloud Migration Checklist

    by Richard Seroter on  Jun 18, 2015 2

    Are you in the process of moving applications to a public cloud? You’re not alone. 451 Research says that 46% of 2015 IT budgets are going towards off-premises systems, with that number expected to climb to over 50% within the next three years. In this article, we’ll explore four stages in a cloud migration lifecycle and the questions to answer before exiting each one.

  • Migrating to Struts 2 - Part III

    by Ian Roughley on  Dec 05, 2006 19

    In this third and final part of the Struts 2 migration series, Struts committer Ian Roughely completes the migration of a Struts app to Struts 2, by migrating the user interface - jsps & tags. This series teaches Struts 2 architecture & the differences in request processing as well as how to configure a Struts2 app and combine actions and JSP's.

Migrating to Struts 2 - Part II

Posted by Ian Roughley on  Oct 18, 2006

Struts committer Ian Roughely looks and compares a Struts and Struts 2 app, identifies how to convert actions and configuration from Struts to Struts 2, as well as identifying common components. 13

Migrating Struts Apps to Struts 2

Posted by Ian Roughley on  Sep 19, 2006

Struts committer Ian Roughely explains the architecture, request workflow, configuration semantics, and differences in the action framework in the new Struts 2 (formerly WebWork). 16

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