Think Twice About Migrating From Sterling Commerce's Gentran:Server to Gentran Integration Suite
Published: 26 June 2007
Most of Sterling Commerce's customers have been struggling to understand the relationship between Gentran:Server and Gentran Integration Suite. GS users should ask Sterling Commerce eight questions before considering a migration from GS to GIS.
Table Of Contents
- Question 1: When should I consider migrating from GS to GIS?
- Question 2: Is GS being "sunset" — that is, do customers have to migrate off GS?
- Question 3: Is GIS a direct "upgrade" replacement product for GS?
- Question 4: What are my options if I need more functionality than GS has?
- Question 5: How difficult is it to migrate EDI applications from GS to GIS?
- Question 6: Does Sterling Commerce offer services to facilitate GS-to-GIS migration?
- Question 7: Will Sterling Commerce ever offer a direct migration path from GS to GIS?
- Question 8: What relevant documentation is available from Sterling Commerce?
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