So it is migration time again for many IT shops after skipping Vista.
You know a whole bunch of apps won't run on Win 7 x64 or your preferred virtual platform. It will take too long to assess manually (and inaccurately).
So we need to bring one of these products into the mix. They seem similar to me. Each has one or two strengths the other doesn't have.

Anyone have experience with both they are willing to share with the community ?

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  • I have used APPDNA for the web application compatibility and let me tell you appdna fails most of the times in detecting issues specially functionality issues..
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Hi, I work for ChangeBase.

Both tools have their strengths and weaknesses as they have different origins and a different focus. Speaking for ChangeBase, the AOK toolset is easier to use, generates detailed reports and most importantly provides automated fixing (with full auditing and log files) that resolves most compatiblity, virtualization suitability and QA check quality issues. In 15 minutes, you are able to install, configure our software and automatically fix applications. To find out more, visit our website at changebase.com or email me at greg.lambert@changebase.com
Answered 11/05/2010 by: gregorylambert
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Hello, I work for App-DNA.

I thought you might be interested in this Gartner/Microsoft customer panel video about Windows 7 migrations - www.microsoft.com/windows/enterprise/webcast/gartner/

There is actually a lot of useful information throughout it, but at about 17 minutes in Gail Meredith, Director of Windows 7 Deployment for Boeing, discusses her company's experience with AppTitude.

If you need any information about AppTitude feel free to email me at eric.serno@app-dna.com
Answered 11/06/2010 by: ericserno
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