JBoss EAP - Deployment & Configuration of J2EE apps

Need someone with expertise on JBoss EAP to assist in porting & deploying existing J2EE application WARs to JBoss EAP 6.2. These apps are currently running in customer's environment on Tomcat server, however, they have requested to have JBoss EAP 6.2 deployments as well. I am specifically looking for someone who would be able to assist me with the artifacts, deployment descriptors and configuration changes needed to successfully migrate these applications.

Please contact urgently if you have any experience with JBoss EAP deployment & configuration.
Varun KukrejaSoftware DeveloperAsked:
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JBOSS supports servlet API, so tomcat web apllications (non-J2EE) in war files can be deployed just like J2EE EAR files.
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