Modernize your servers while saving time and money
A decade of expertise and patents in container-based automated Windows Server application migration.
Hundreds of customers and thousands of applications moved.
Key Benefits of the VirtaMove Solution
Application owners have highly customized applications that are no longer supported by the original ISV and sitting on out of warranty hardware in EOL 2003 Win Server Operating Systems. VirtaMove gives them an opportunity, the only option, to resolve 2 out of 3 of these compliance issues without completely changing their applications; the VirtaMove tool is awesome.
We have several legacy applications that cannot be upgraded as is and still living on Window 2003 servers. We had to find an immediate solution to keep these applications compliant for support purposes. VirtaMove was the only solution we could find. They have been quick to help us as we work through each application.
VirtaMove facilitates fast, efficient migration of our Windows production applications onto our new environment, and we are very pleased with the results.
We were able to migrate a legacy Microsoft app from the PBC datacenter to the cloud, in under an hour… it would have taken 1 to 2 weeks without VirtaMove.
We are pleased to work with VirtaMove to help our customers take advantage of the advanced capabilities of Windows Server 2012 across virtualization, networking, and storage, as well as the openness, scalability, and flexibility provided by Windows Azure.
VirtaMove made our Windows 2003 upgrade project very easy. Their technical knowledge and focus on delivery was very impressive; I look forward to working with them to upgrade our Windows 2008 fleet.
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