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Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane Migration Using OpsHub Migration Manager

Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane Migration Using OpsHub Migration Manager

Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane Migration Using OpsHub Migration Manager

Author bio:

Prakash Tiwary is the Director of Products at OpsHub. He has been with OpsHub since its inception and has greatly contributed in the development of OpsHub Migration Manager and OpsHub Visual Studio Migration Utility. He is currently responsible for the development and adoption of OpsHub solutions and managing product development, pre-sales, customer support, and professional services.

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How to Migrate from Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane

With evolving technological landscape in the application delivery world, organizations have started moving towards tools that enable agility, rapid delivery, cloud hosting, and phenomenal customer experience. Customers planning to move from Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane also have similar reasons.

ALM Octane provides next-generation features for agile enterprises. The inherent capability in ALM Octane to scale easily helps organizations create a robust and scalable Agile and DevOps ecosystem. The integrated and open management framework for all core lifecycle artifacts further enables enterprises to deliver superior products, faster.

Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane Migration

Micro Focus has built ALM Octane on an entirely new platform with different database schemas and using different methodologies and this fundamental difference between these two systems has brought in challenges for users planning to move from Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane. The biggest challenge that a user faces while moving from Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane is to maintain complete audit traceability of data. However, with compliance regulations in most industries becoming stringent, losing historical data is no more affordable. Therefore, solutions that migrate only current data from Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane no more suffice the needs of most organizations. Other requirements such as: need for a hard cutover, migration of huge volume of data & user profiles, or keeping both systems in synchronization for as long as needed make it difficult for organizations to choose a solution that doesn’t have comprehensive synchronization abilities.

Why choose OpsHub Migration Manager for Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane migration

With OpsHub Migration Manager, teams can migrate all entities and releases as well as all other data with complete history and audit trail from Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane.

Choosing OpsHub Migration Manager over other migration solutions has the following advantages:

  • OpsHub Migration Manager facilitates clean and complete migration of entire data with complete context (history, links, and attachments) to ALM Octane.
  • Users have the flexibility to continue using Micro Focus ALM and Micro Focus ALM Octane as long as the teams need both the systems and discontinue using Micro Focus ALM when needed.
  • The migration between both systems is completed without any system downtime or manual intervention.

Simple Migration Process

OpsHub Migration Manager (OMM) migrates data from Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane. The users can simply migrate from Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane with all data and then immediately remove Micro Focus ALM from the ecosystem. OMM facilitates an easy transition with all history and details.

To learn more about Micro Focus ALM to Micro Focus ALM Octane migration or request a live demonstration, fill the form here.



Author bio:

Prakash Tiwary is the Director of Products at OpsHub. He has been with OpsHub since its inception and has greatly contributed in the development of OpsHub Migration Manager and OpsHub Visual Studio Migration Utility. He is currently responsible for the development and adoption of OpsHub solutions and managing product development, pre-sales, customer support, and professional services.

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