Data center migrations, much like mountaineering expeditions, are involved projects that require detailed preparation and planning. In order to achieve success, you need to know how to start the project, the right steps to take, and the tools that will ease the process instead of complicating it.
Maybe you’re just starting to plan your data center migration or consolidation. A successful data center move requires careful planning and execution. Using industry best practices developed while performing hundreds of data center moves, you can avoid costly mistakes and reduce the risk of unplanned downtime. Since data center migration is not an everyday event, it’s easy to underestimate the complexity involved.
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Whether you’re preparing to migrate a data center or climb Mount Everest, the methodology and tools you choose for your journey will directly impact your goals and measure of success.
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by Craig McFarlane Today’s digital transformation is well underway and it’s raising expectations about how fast IT departments can move.
IT organizations need a platform built specifically for planning, managing, and executing migrations, recovery events, M&As and other transformation projects, end-to-end.
Making decisions using data that is pieced together through a combination of spreadsheets, data exports, and email messages doesn’t provide project teams with a comprehensive understanding of compliance, security and other business requirements. That’s why TDS enhanced its rules engine, making it easy to write simple scripts that apply business rules to data, ensuring that the results will be aligned with business goals.
We continue to evolve TransitionManager’s capabilities, focusing first on what problem we are trying to solve for the customer. For enterprise architects and cloud professionals, finding the right information and leveraging the variety of tools available to plan and manage IT transformation projects is challenging and complex.