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move IBM WebSphere Application Server, Oracle WebLogic Application Server and Apache Tomcat to Azure

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is there anyway to move IBM WebSphere Application Server, Oracle WebLogic Application Server and Apache Tomcat to Azure?

what is the solution in Azure for it?
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I know very little about Azure and I have not needed to deploy Tomcat, Websphere or Weblogic on it - but documentation suggests all 3 can be accomodated

Tomcat.
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/updates/tomcat-for-azure-app-service-on-linux/
https://www.azuredevopslabs.com/labs/vstsextend/tomcat/


Websphere:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/workloads/mainframe-rehosting/ibm/get-started
whrere this is stated: "IBM software, including WebSphere and MQ, is now in the Azure Marketplace. "

Weblogic
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/solutions/oracle/
where this is stated: "and WebLogic Server—on Oracle Linux, Windows Server, and other supported operating systems in Azure."
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"https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/solutions/oracle/
where this is stated: "and WebLogic Server—on Oracle Linux, Windows Server, and other supported operating systems in Azure.""


that one is not MOVE to azure , but is start to START in AZure, right?

but I am more on migrating to Azure, is it possible ?
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If azure is capable of starting that software then, in theory, you can migrate to that software on azure.


But there is just no way I can speak on behalf of azure. 

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are you using Azure now ? what service are you using ?
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I am a consulting architect. Many of my customers use Azure for many different things. Personally I do not use it and have no direct hands on experience with it.

Azure documentation suggests it can support the products you use today. However there may be versions they won't support (I do not know of this is true or not) and there will be a myriad of details to iron out if you are to make such a transition.

You need contact with Azure directly for this, and of course there will be commercial matters as well which I  cannot help with.
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tks a lot man.
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tks a