Platform Migrations

Platform Migration When hardware platforms become obsolete, unsupported or overly expensive, migration to a new platform becomes desirable or necessary.


Description

Platform  migration is the process of moving from the use of one operating environment to another operating environment that is, in most cases, thought to be a better one. Migration can involve upgrading to new hardware, new software or both.The migration process includes making sure the new environment’s features are exploited, old settings do not require changing and that current applications continue to work. Companies can conduct small-scale migration projects that move a single system, or take on large-scale migration projects that involve many systems, new applications or a redesigned network.

When hardware platforms become obsolete, unsupported or overly expensive, migration to a new platform becomes desirable or necessary.Moving to a new platform requires a thorough approach and a knowledge of many varied components, including program languages, job control, databases, files, DML development tools, compilers and run-time environments.

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