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The Solution Accelerators team is pleased to announce the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit 5.5 Beta.
Simplify planning for upgrade or migration to the latest Microsoft products and technologies with the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit 5.5 Beta. This multifaceted tool is now even better—with assessment for easier migration to Windows Azure and SQL Azure, heterogeneous database discovery (of MySQL, Oracle and Sybase instances) for SQL Server migration projects, Internet Explorer 8 upgrade assessment, and much more—MAP 5.5 Beta includes new features to help customers streamline planning for their next migration project
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr Technical Product Manager System Center, Management and Security Division
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