Question4Replies90Views Shabanas Member since 2015 4 posts Cognizant Posted: 1 year agoLast activity: 1 year 3 months ago Closed Chordiant Foundation server 6.7 on Windows 2016Hi Raghav,Our application is using Chordiant Foundation server 6.7 .The application is installed and currently running on Windows 8 OS.Since windows 8 is ending support our corporate security team is asking to migrate it to Windows 2012 or 2016.As per the 6.7 tech stack it only mentions on Windows 2007.Can you please suggest with Chordiant Foundation server 6.7 which version of OS Windows 2012 or 2016 is recommended and would work?×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 1 year agoShabanas Cognizant replied to ShabanasHi Team, I have not got any reply on this yet.Can you please assist Posted: 1 year agoshyaj PEGA replied to ShabanasHi Shabanas, Foundation Server code does not depend on the Operating System. As long as the other third party software like (RAD, WAS) version supports that particular OS, CFS should work fine. But please make sure you are using the CFS supported third party software like IDE, Application server,DB. Posted: 1 year agoShabanas Cognizant replied to ShabanasHi Team, as per the tech stack for CFS 6.7 the supported application server is WebSphere v184.108.40.206 (64 bit) / v220.127.116.11 (64 bit)**. We also have our application running on WAS 8 and Microsoft SQL server 2008. WAS 8 is ending support so we have to move to WAS 10. Now the question is can our application on CFS 6.7 can it be deployed and work on WAS 10 without any need to upgrade CFS version, or it is very tightly coupled with WAS 8 version ? Posted: 1 year agoshyaj PEGA replied to ShabanasHi Shabanas, None of the CFS version is tested or certified on WAS 10. Most probably none of the CFS version will work on WAS 10 as there are no support for SunRI from WAS 9.