Thursday, January 26, 2017

Upcoming Appeon Webcasts

Migrate from EAServer to .NET
Tuesday, February 28,  9:00 AM PDT (San Francisco) 
Presenter: Donald Clayton, President of Intertech Consulting

As EAServer is nearing its “end-of-life”, many mission-critical PowerBuilder systems that depend on EAServer need to embark down a migration path.  Intertech Consulting, an Appeon-Certified Consulting Partner, recently completed two successful EAServer migrations. This Webcast will cover strategies and tactics for refactoring the middle-tier PowerBuilder code to .NET. 

Real-Life Mobile Application with Appeon 
Thursday, March 2,  9:00 AM PDT (San Francisco) 
Presenter: Fili Sosa, CEO of Sizes and Colors

Sizes and Colors has used Appeon mobile together with PowerBuilder to develop several mobile apps to cater to the various needs of a cosmetics chain store.  In this Webcast, Fili Sosa, the CEO of Sizes and Colors will illustrate how to think “out-of-box” and useful techniques for building stunning mobile apps.  You will see how to properly architect your app and code structure, how to access mobile device information, how to incorporate Google charts & other third-party tools, and much more.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

PowerBuilder.TV - Developing an EAServer Migration Roadmap

Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 8:00 AM PST (Los Angeles) / 17H00 PM CET (Paris).
Presenter: Don Clayton, President, Intertech Consulting
Many mission-critical PowerBuilder systems use EAServer in the middle tier to distribute business logic, pool database connections, manage memory, and perform batch services. As EAServer is now “end-of-life”, organizations need to develop a plan to migrate away from EAServer.
Intertech Consulting recently completed two successful EAServer migrations by migrating the logic to .NET. This presentation will cover strategies and tactics for recovering the middle-tier PowerBuilder code and the re-hosting the logic to keep those mission critical systems going. A variety of options will be presented so organizations can preserve their investment in PowerBuilder.