TDS VP of Client Solutions Tim Schutt offers advice on overcoming the most common challenge he sees with clients when doing a Data Center Migration.
I would say the single most important thing is to understand what you have in the environment, because that’s really the challenge that all of our customers have going in. They don’t understand truly the full landscape of what they have, and how everything is tied together. So you know using TransitionManager and understanding how everything is tied together and what needs to move in certain sequences, and what can’t move in certain cases, that’s really the most important thing. So I would say the most important thing to understand is the discovery and validation pieces of your environment.
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We're thrilled to share exciting developments as we continue to enhance your experience with TransitionManager (TM) and empower you to navigate complex IT transformations with speed and efficiency.
TransitionManager’s Dependency Analyzer offers a visual representation of application dependencies, helping IT professionals understand the intricate relationships between various elements within the system and facilitating informed decision making. Users can now seamlessly switch between GoJS and D3 map plotting engines within Dependency Analyzer, offering greater flexibility in visualizing dependencies according to their specific needs.
TransitionManager supports JSON custom fields, providing developers and integrators with increased leverage to harness the platform's flexibility and extensibility as they orchestrate data center migrations and modernizations.