Let's be honest - Migrating from IBM Rational to MyEclipse Blue has always been a pain in the rear!

While many of you have been happy to take the time needed to go through our Migration Wizard, it's still been a longer process  than you'd prefer. This blow was only softened by the knowledge that MyEclipse Blue lets you do everything you're accustomed to with RAD and more (such as, mobile tooling) while  padding your bottom-line a bit with the more economical cost of MyEclipse Blue.

We've been working hard over the last year to put a band-aid on some of the pain points our WAS Developers have alerted us to. With the release of MyEclipse Blue 2013, we've been able to include some slick new technologies that allow you to migrate over existing projects and profiles from IBM Rational over to MyEclipse Blue with one click.

New one-Click Migration does the work for you! This new feature is about as simple as it gets - You Click, We Migrate!

Easy Peasy, Lemon Squeezy!

Sound too good to be true? That's okay, we're hoping to show you the truth in our words! You can watch Genuitec's Lead MyEclipseDeveloper, Brian, showcase this crazy awesome innovation here: 

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Posted on Jun 27th 2013