How Micro Focus PlateSpin Strengthens Operational Agility

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Alain Salesse, Senior Solutions Architect, Micro Focus

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Your IT run budget is shrinking and you need a more agile way to deliver application services to the business. You could move to software-as-a-service. You could redesign your apps to leverage container or platform-as-a-service technologies. Or, you could opt for the fastest, least risky transformation option of all—re-hosting. This webinar is all about re-hosting. More specifically, it’s all about the Micro Focus PlateSpin re-hosting solution and what it can do for you. Here’s what you can look forward to learning: • How PlateSpin stands apart from other re-hosting approaches, including data centre consolidation, (re)virtualisation, the adoption of or switching between managed service providers, and the adoption of public or private cloud services. • How PlateSpin re-hosts entire server workloads between physical, virtual, and cloud platforms with minimal risk, downtime, and effort. • How PlateSpin helps enterprises and service providers deliver large-scale transformation projects on time and within budget.

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