When email is migrated from IBM Notes to Office 365 or Outlook, Domino applications tightly coupled to Notes mail will be impacted. Maarga’s ‘Domino Diagnostic’ will help you uncover the apps that are vulnerable and how you can remediate your impacted Domino applications.
From today we are starting a new series along with our Tweak Thursdays, on the different aspects on how to Migrate Lotus Notes Application.
IBM Notes and Domino grew as an application platform and applications were built and enhanced on Domino for nearly 20 years. There are organizations with thousands of applications that are still “in use”. With IBM shying away from investing further on this platform, there is a need for CIOs to shape up a strategy to transform the Notes investment.
Lotus Notes has been the platform within enterprises for communication, be it email, messaging, scheduling or collaborating. With Office 365 becoming the most adopted platform, enterprises are looking at minimal downtime and disruption while migrating from Lotus Notes to the Office 365 platform.
Today I read two blog posts that influenced me to write this up.
Last Thursday, I had an urgent mail from one of my colleagues who wanted to execute a Java Agent from Lotus Notes to connect to the Oracle 11g database.