Accelerate server migrations and reduce errors with the highest level of automation available in a migration solution. It’s a simple way to free up IT resources for other tasks.
Reconfigure and right-size CPU, disk, memory, and network resources on the fly to adjust to changing workload and target machine resources.
PlateSpin® Migrate works in tandem with PlateSpin Transformation Manager, a large-scale migration planning solution. Used together, they automate the assessment, planning, testing, and migration phases for data center migration and transformation projects.
Only PlateSpin Migrate recognizes the need for testing as an important key to success and includes testing in every server migration job.
Use Live Transfer for the migration of active servers without taking the source servers offline.
Perform an initial full replication to the target site or host, and then test the server workloads in the new location while continuing to run the source in production. Keep the target updated via automatic scheduled incremental replications.
User authentication, authorization, and logging let you manage and monitor user activities. Grant access rights to the users who really need them.
PlateSpin Migrate enables up to 40 simultaneous server migrations. This dramatically reduces the time required to complete cloud and data center migration projects.
Perform anywhere-to-anywhere migrations to-and-from physical servers, virtual hosts, and cloud platforms, with broad support for 32- and 64-bit Windows and Linux operating systems.
PlateSpin Migrate supports all of the leading virtualization platforms including VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, and various cloud platforms as migration targets.
Support for migration of servers to VMware vCloud Director and Amazon Web Services (AWS). Improved support for migration of servers to Azure Cloud.
Now supports LVM raw disks, new VM containers, vSAN, Linux Ram Disk, and more.
Plan, execute, and monitor server migrations through PlateSpin Transformation Manager.
PlateSpin Migrate simplified the creation of the new virtualized server environment and reduced the potential risk of disruption.