The Need for Migration
The purpose of successful data migration is to ensure that organizations always work with accurate data. Accurate data mitigates the risk of delays, bad quality products, and budget overruns.
Migration Between Tools
With new innovative tools being released in the marketplace which can significantly improve productivity and/or help create differentiated products and services, there is a need for users to migrate from one tool to another. Other business reasons that necessitate the need for migration are:
- Mergers and Acquisitions,
- Regulatory and Compliance adherence,
- Tools consolidation within the organization, or
- Reorganization within a large enterprise.
Successful Data Migration
Enterprises spend millions of dollars to migrate data and despite this investment, migration exercise is rarely successful. Poor migration will lead to loss in productivity and sub-optimal decisions in future due to loss in data fidelity. It also leads to:
- Significant vsystem downtime leading to idle Increased time to value.
- Cost and time overruns in the project.
Migrating Large Size Data with History from a Legacy System on to a New System
How Migration Solutions from OpsHub Facilitate Migration
OpsHub offers comprehensive migration solution for all data migration needs. The two migration solutions from OpsHub, OpsHub Visual Studio Migration Utility (OVSMU) and OpsHub Migration Manager (OMM) are designed keeping in mind the large-scale data migration needed in an enterprise-level migration. We offer zero downtime migrations as we understand time is critical.
Why Choose Migration Solutions from OpsHub?
High data fidelity post-migration
Error-free data migration even in case of system disparities
History and traceability for all migrated data
Ensures rich traceability to meet all compliance requirements. No need to revisit old system ever
No system downtime during migration
Allows use of both the systems simultaneously even when migration is in progress
Robust recovery and reconciliation mechanism
In case of a failure, starts migration from where it was left off