On-Demand Webinar

Accelerate IIB to ACE Migration with Ease Using I2AC Solution

Learn to Automate Your Migration Process with Royal Cyber's I2AC Solution

With IBM phasing out support for IIB and pushing customers toward the next-gen integration platform ACE, there is a need to quickly and efficiently migrate/upgrade to the new platform. There are several ways of doing it, and automation is the way to go with the Digital Transformation revolution. So, how are you doing it?

Are you spending significant time and effort migrating manually from IIB to ACE? Are you still using an out-of-support version of IIB or deferring your migration upgrade due to fear of migration pain?

Don’t let it stop you from the significant improvements IBM App Connect Enterprise can bring to your organization. IBM App Connect Enterprise (ACE) has been released with enhanced new features that are essential for your success but having the right partner and solution to take you through the journey is the key to success.

We at Royal Cyber are determined to make it as easy as possible for our clients to transition from IIB to ACE, and we’ve added our expertise to the I2AC solution from Royal Cyber Labs. We’ll help you do that.

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In this On-demand Webinar where Integration experts from Royal Cyber will show you how our home-grown I2AC solution can help you automate the migration of your existing IIB nodes to IBM App Connect Enterprise (ACE) quickly and seamlessly.
Key insights will include:
  • Why Migrate from IIB to ACE?
  • Typical Migration Patterns
  • Migration Best Practices
  • What is I2AC
  • I2AC Features

    • Source (IIB) Nodes extractions
    • Destination (ACE) migration
    • Summary and health of ACE after migration
    • Platform independent
  • I2AC ROI
Mir Musthafa Ali Pasha

Mir Musthafa Ali Pasha

Practice Head – Middleware
at Royal Cyber Inc.
Farooq Zubairi

Farooq Zubairi

Practice Lead – Middleware
at Royal Cyber Inc.

Accelerate IIB to ACE Migration with Ease Using I2AC Solution

Watch On-Demand Webinar