Thursday, 7 December 2017

Search Terms and Design Complexity: A Tutorial Before Modernizing or Migrating


There will be a very interesting webinar on December 13, Search Terms and Design Complexity: A Tutorial Before Modernizing or Migrating organized by Teamstudio.

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Topic: Search Terms and Design Complexity: A Tutorial Before Modernizing or Migrating
Date: Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Time: 11 - 11:30 a.m. Boston time

Are you preparing to modernize your IBM Notes and Domino applications or migrate off the platform? Notes and Domino have provided a lot of proprietary design concepts over the years. Do you know where they're in use or what the impact will be on your modernization and migration projects?
Join Teamstudio for this webinar to see how using the search terms feature within Teamstudio Adviser can help to catalog the areas of possible problems. Additionally, learn how to use Teamstudio Configurator to pinpoint exactly where the problem areas are in your applications.

More information: Search Terms and Design Complexity: A Tutorial Before Modernizing or Migrating.

For more information see also the previous webinar Using Teamstudio Analyzer for Your Rewrite or Migration.
Are you trying to improve application performance but you're not sure where to start? Are you planning to migrate to a web app but you're unsure if there's code in your app that won’t work? Are you looking to move your app to a different server or domain, but you're unsure if there are references to the old server in your code? Have you been asked to provide Design Documentation for your apps?
If you’ve asked yourself these or any similar questions about your IBM Notes applications, then this is a must-see webinar! Learn how to analyze your application’s design; easily search through the entire design for code inconsistencies, dependencies on external programs, or troublesome areas for migration to other technologies.
Learn how to identify problem areas in your existing design to rapidly improve your IBM Notes apps.

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