Accelerating Legacy Application Modernization Using the JBoss Seam Framework

March 23


In this presentation, Jeff Brown of CITYTECH, a Red Hat JBoss Advanced Business Partner, will discuss how he leveraged the JBoss Seam framework to rapidly modernize legacy applications.  Join this webinar to:

  • Learn how Seam differentiates itself from other Java web frameworks and simplifies the modernization process.
  • Develop a general strategy for migrating legacy applications to a web-based platform using Seam.
  • Hear a real case study of how CITYTECH used Seam to transform a legacy Microsoft Access application to an enterprise-caliber Seam-based web application.


Stewart Anderson, North American Channel Sales and Development, JBoss Middleware,
Red Hat

Jeff Brown, Senior Java Developer, CITYTECH
For more than 15 years, Jeff has been developing well-designed,
high-quality software products to meet business needs across many sectors, including:  retail, government, insurance, education, and manufacturing.  He
has expertise in distributed messaging systems, service-oriented architecture design and implementation, and document/content management systems.



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