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Plattformsmigration till Windows 8 och Azure
KTH, School of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
KTH, School of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
2013 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (professional degree), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Nya moderna plattformar utvecklas med tiden, och redan existerande system flyttar till de nya plattformarna för att utnyttja deras fördelar. I den här studien har vi arbetat med att byta plattform för ett system beståendes av en webapplikation och en mobilapplikation med en gemensam databas av typen Microsoft SQL server 2012. Det som har undersökts är ifall webapplikationen skulle kunna flyttas till Microsofts molnplattform Windows Azure. Samtidigt har vi undersökt ifall det går att överföra design och funktionalitet ifrån mobilapplikationen utvecklad på iOS till plattformen Windows Phone 8.

Arbetet med att flytta databasen löstes genom att hitta ett program som på ett strukturerat sätt kunde återskapa databasen på Windows Azure. Detta gjorde vi med programmet Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.

Arbetet med applikationen bestod av att studera designen och funktionaliteten i iOSapplikationen och försöka återskapa den på den nya plattformen. Det program som vi använde oss av var Windows Visual Studio 2012 och dess tilläggsprogram Windows Phone 8 Software Development Kit (SDK).

Flytten av kundhanteringssystemet bestod av att lösa paketproblem på Windows Azure samt att publicera kundhanteringssystemet på Windows Azure. Till detta användes Visual Studio 2012 samt Microsoft Web Matrix.

Resultatet har blivit en prototyp av den gamla applikationen på plattformen Windows Phone 8 samt en publicering av kundhanteringssystemet och databasen till Windows Azure. Det flyttade systemets olika delar kommer båda åt databasen, men på grund av tidsbrist har inget systemtest kunnat göras. Detta har lett till att vi inte har kunnat hitta och analysera de skillnader som existerade mellan det gamla systemet och det flyttade systemet.

Abstract [en]

New modern platforms are developed with time, and already existing systems migrate to the new latforms to use their advantages. In this project we have worked on changing the platform for a iven system consisting of a Customer Relationship Management system (CRM system) and a mobile application with a shared Microsoft SQL Server 2012 database. What has been evaluated s if it was possible to move the CRM system to the Microsoft cloud platform Windows Azure.

Meanwhile, a study was done on the viability to transfer the iOS applications design and functionality to the Windows Phone 8 platform.

The task of moving the database was solved by finding a program that, in a structured way, could recreate the database on Windows Azure. This was done with the program Microsoft SQL Server anagement Studio.

The work involving the application consisted of studying the design and functionality of the iOSapplication and partially recreate it on the new platform. The program we used was Windows isual Studio 2012 and its extension Windows Phone 8 SDK.

The transfer of the CRM system consisted of solving the package issues that created problems on indows Azure and publishing it on a Windows Azure website. For this we used Visual Studio 012 and Microsoft Web Matrix.

The result was a prototype of the wanted application and the publishing of the CRM website and the database on Windows Azure. The new system worked together in a functional way, but due to lack of time a system test was not done to see if the new system had the same functionality as the original system.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2013. , 53 p.
Series
TRITA-ICT-EX, 2013:217
National Category
Computer and Information Science
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URN: urn:nbn:se:kth:diva-177874OAI: oai:DiVA.org:kth-177874DiVA: diva2:874687
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Available from: 2015-12-01 Created: 2015-11-27 Last updated: 2015-12-01Bibliographically approved

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