Integrate Machine Data Structures in TransitionManager with JSON Custom Fields

TransitionManager now 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. This advancement allows developers to construct self-service frameworks that amplify the adaptability and expansiveness of their own system. This improvement incorporates custom metadata and additional information into data structures, facilitating distinctive, value-added solutions.

Dynamic customization allows integrators to define their own custom fields within the data schema, catering to the specific requirements of partner organizations. This capability seamlessly incorporates JSON custom fields into the existing data model, ensuring developers can effortlessly include these fields in their integrations without disrupting system functionality. The provision of API support allows developers to programmatically interact with and manipulate JSON custom fields at scale, ensuring accessibility and consistency through standard protocols, thereby facilitating integration with diverse systems.

Integrators can utilize these fields to store machine-specific information or configurations, streamlining the processing of large datasets. Developers can also create richer integration with external systems by creating actions in TransitionManager that automate processes in runbooks.

Preserving data integrity and ensuring system security are paramount considerations. The implementation of role-based access controls guarantees that only authorized individuals can create, modify, or have access.

Through the seamless integration of JSON custom fields, TransitionManager demonstrates its versatility within an extensible ecosystem. This evolution promotes innovation and customization opportunities for partners and developers alike, ultimately augmenting the value proposition of the partner’s migration and modernization delivery.

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