Workshop: Reduce Application Maintenance Downtime with PAS for OpenEdge

Wednesday, December 18, 2019   9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Details

Updating your application is a business requirement, whether it is patching bugs or releasing new features. In the past, this was done during maintenance windows late at night or on the weekend to minimize downtime. The latest feature enhancements in the Progress Application Server for OpenEdge allow you to perform application maintenance during regular business hours without your customers noticing.


In this lab, we will cover three use cases:

  1. On-line web application deployment - Deploy a new web application to a running server without requiring a restart
  2. On-line PROPATH update - Patch or update your application code without restarting the server
  3. PAS for OpenEdge container



Delivered by: David Cleary & Edsel Garcia



A link to the Workshop will be emailed to you 24-48 hours in advance. Please keep a lookout for an email from Michelle Koty (mguerin@progress.com).


About Us


Progress (NASDAQ: PRGS) offers the leading platform for developing and deploying mission-critical business applications. Progress empowers enterprises and ISVs to build and deliver cognitive-first applications, that harness big data to derive business insights and competitive advantage. Progress offers leading technologies for easily building powerful user interfaces across any type of device, a reliable, scalable and secure backend platform to deploy modern applications, leading data connectivity to all sources, and award-winning predictive analytics that brings the power of machine learning to any organization. Over 1,700 independent software vendors, 80,000 enterprise customers, and 2 million developers rely on Progress to power their applications. Learn about Progress at www.progress.com or +1-800-477-6473.


Register
Registration open through 12/3/2019 11:59 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Registration Fee
Registration is $59.00

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