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It Pays to Upgrade: Donít Miss This Exclusive Webcast for Oracle Application Server Customers

It Pays to Upgrade to Oracle WebLogic Server

Some companies still run custom applications on older versions of Oracle Application Server…but at what price? You can lower your support costs, get unparalleled performance and gain rich new functionality by switching to Oracle WebLogic Server.

Watch the complimentary replay of our recent Webcast to learn how easy and economical it is to upgrade. Mike Lehmann, Senior Director of Product Management for Oracle WebLogic Server and Frances Zhao-Perez, Principal Product Manager for Oracle will go over the technical differences between Oracle Application Server and WebLogic Server. They will also discuss the upgrade and migration tools available for custom applications.

Discover why Oracle WebLogic Server is the world’s #1
application server:

  • Improve your development productivity and flexibility
  • Manage your production applications more efficiently
  • Provide better reliability, scalability, and performance for your mission-critical applications

Register online to watch the recording of the Webcast and download the presentation slides.




Register today for this on demand Webcast.

The original event was broadcast on:
April 21, 2011

Speakers:

Mike Lehmann,
Senior Director,
Product Management, Oracle WebLogic Server

Frances Zhao-Perez,
Principal Product Manager, Oracle

 
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