The first step in any migration project should be to fully understand the content being migrated. Analysis at this early stage allows for the source content to be reviewed with the aim of determining the readiness and transformations required to meet the target requirements. The analysis will also provide information relating to the size and type of content that has the potential for migration.
Additionally, the aim of the analysis is to determine some initial metrics around the performance of the source systems and network. This information will feed into the final migration execution plan to ensure that timelines are met.
Reports will be produced detailing the findings of the analysis phase along with observations and recommendations from the migration team.
- Deliver a workshop to fully define requirements, scope, and success criteria
- Fully understand the source content structure, quantity, and quality
- Produce migration recommendation approach
- Access to key business and technical users as well as subject matter experts
- Full access to source content, login for access if required
- Project plan, contacts list, agreed next steps
- Content inventory and analysis observations documentation. Produce the migration recommendation approach
- Observations and recommendations for migration
T-Systems has delivered content migration projects for the following systems. The flexible nature of our migration platform enables connectors to be written for any system so in theory there is no restriction on the target system that can be loaded to with the T-Systems tooling.
SharePoint 2003, SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, M365, Teams
WCM, FileNet, Connections (now HCL), Quickr, SmartCloud, Notes, Domino, Content Manager, CM/OD
Day CQ4, CQ5, AEM