Migrating Legacy Windows Applications with Habitat
Most cloud migration journeys at some point involve the need to migrate legacy applications from outdated and unsupported versions of Windows to more modern operating system. This is never a simple task. Attempting such a migration using manual methodologies simply does not scale and cannot be easily replicated across environments.
Automation, Audits & Apps Tour
Teams from Chef and Microsoft are uniting to host in-depth executive leadership events around the globe, focused on how Microsoft Azure and Chef can help you modernize applications and make audits painless through automation.
“…by moving [the application] into Habitat, we’ve now abstracted the application away from the operating system. Now we don’t see disruption because of changes in the operating system, because there is no operating system.”
–Nick Kirschbaum, Automation Platforms Manager
Separate apps from OS and middleware dependencies so you can build, deploy, and manage them in any runtime
Habitat creates platform-independent build artifacts that can be run on traditional servers and virtual machines, or exported into your preferred container platform, letting you deploy your applications in any environment. Regardless of what platform you use, Habitat artifacts feature built-in deployment and management capabilities, ensuring that health checks, clustering topologies, update strategies, service bindings, and more can be consistently and efficiently managed across your applications and environments.