Set Yourself Up for Migration Success with PlateSpin Migrate and PlateSpin Transfor­mation Manager

Get your migration done right with a faster time-to-value.

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Achieve migration success for any server: physical to virtual, virtual to virtual, and on-premises to cloud. Whatever kind of migration your organization needs, you can cut costs and increase operational efficiency with PlateSpin Migrate and PlateSpin Transformation Manager.

Request the white paper to learn:

  • How to get a 50% faster time-to-value with PlateSpin Migrate and PlateSpin Transformation Manager
  • Critical skills your team needs for successful large-scale migrations
  • Migration best practices for both physical and virtual servers
  • How to see a project’s status at any time with a centrally managed PlateSpin Transformation Manager database

Success is all yours when your migrations are done with PlateSpin.

EXCERPT:

PlateSpin Transformation Manager features a flexible data import mechanism that’s based on Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. On the main server overview tab in the UI, a widget can be launched to import information about source workloads into the project. The widget has a download link that allows for an easy download of an example spreadsheet to a desktop system. The next step is populating this spreadsheet with data about the source workloads. Alternatively, information about source workloads can be added into PlateSpin Transformation Manager via a REST-based API.

As the planning phase moves on, more data about source servers can become available. PlateSpin Transformation Manager allows for subsequent imports of information about systems that were previously imported. The fully qualified domain name (FQDN) is used as the key to find and update or complete the existing information.

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