For enterprises on their digital transformation journey, there comes a point when migration becomes essential for the adoption of new tools and processes.
Migrating within the Azure DevOps landscape can be a tricky business.
– Should you compromise on system’s availability, downtime, and employee productivity?
– Can you preserve institutional knowledge and historical data across source and target systems?
With Zero Downtime, High-Fidelity approach to Azure DevOps migration, you can seamlessly migrate data without leaving any data behind or compromising on productivity.
OpsHub Azure DevOps Migrator (OADOM) ensures complete, cost-effective, and secure data migration between all combinations of Azure DevOps Server & Services with:
Failure management and recovery
Provision to re-run delta sync changes
Full flexibility for organizations to choose a cut-over time
OADOM is an intuitive UI based tool for migration that preserves cross-project linkages. It seamlessly migrates projects within the Azure DevOps ecosystem.
- All Version Control information and history.
- All work items and history.
- All test cases and test results.
- Supports the 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2018, 2019, and 2020 versions of Azure DevOps Server.
- Supports all versions of Azure DevOps Services.
OpsHub Azure DevOps Migrator Installation
To install OpsHub Azure DevOps Migrator, here are a few pre-requisites to keep in mind:
- 8GB RAM
- Windows Operating System
- Disk Space – 2.5X of size of Source Control
- TFS Object Model 2012
- .NET Framework 4 & above
1. Click on the installer file to run the installation.
2. Once the setup wizard appears, click on Next to view the software agreement. Read the software agreement and acknowledge the same if you agree. Click on Next to select the installation path for this application.
3. If you are a first-time user, select – new registration from the options and proceed to fill in details such as name, company name, email address, and other details. Once all details are filled, click on Next to receive the verification code on your registered email address. In case you don’t receive the code in your inbox, make sure to check your spam mailbox for the same. Copy the code and paste the same in the verification code field.
4. Click on Next to choose the database type according to your requirement. As of now, OADOM supports four different database types, HSQL, MySQL, Oracle and MS SQL (Microsoft Sequel Server). However, HSQL is not recommended for production grade migration.
5. Once the selection is complete, click on Next to finally start the installation. Once the installation is complete, you can choose to create a shortcut for the application. Finally, click on Done to apply the changes.
6. To migrate projects – start the OADOM application from your start menu.
7. If you wish to learn about the OADOM version, click on About.
Let us see how we migrate from Azure DevOps to Azure DevOps Services using OADOM in five simple steps:
Note: OADOM also provides a flexible cutover by allowing users to sync additional delta to target after the migration is complete.
Eliminate cumbersome and error-prone manual migration and opt for a highly automated, industrialized, and full-fidelity migration approach with OpsHub Azure DevOps Migrator (OADOM).