Check out this new Whitepaper:
If your organization is using legacy hardware, you know the risk and cost of maintaining it. A virtualized environment on Azure Virtual Machines can offer better performance, lower costs, and less risk for running a legacy software stack. In this short guide, Ricardo Galvan of Global AzureCAT tells how one company used Stromasys Charon-AXP emulator to run a mission-critical application on Azure. Stromasys cross-platform server virtualization solutions enable you to use the Azure to run applications designed for SPARC, Alpha, VAX, PDP-11, and HP 3000.
You can download the whitepaper from Azure.com:
Many private and public sector organizations continue to operate mission-critical applications that run on servers from an earlier generation, such as SPARC, VAX, Alpha, and HP 3000. By rehosting applications on Microsoft Azure using emulation software—known as a lift-and-shift migration—you can safely phase out legacy hardware in a matter of days. Stromasys provides cross-platform server virtualization solutions that enable you to use the Azure cloud platform to run applications designed for Solaris, VMS, Tru64 UNIX, and MPE/iX operating systems, respectively.
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