Data Migration Assessments


Data and data center migrations are incredibly complex operations. They encompass a multitude of variables, any one of which could derail your migration event. That why you need to seriously consider the importance of data migration assessments.

Surprisingly enough, many migration events are initiated without a complete understanding of those variables. And not so surprisingly, many of those migrations become catastrophic failures when the unexpected and unanticipated occurs.

Data Migration Assessments - Data Migration Process by Data Agility Group
Assessment Areas (performed concurrently)

Eliminate all risk of unpleasant surprises
throwing your migration event into chaos.

Data Agility Group’s data migration assessments will provide a road map of sorts, a guide for navigating the path leading from where you are to where you want to be.

Our assessment services are designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of your current environment and your target environment. It provides a clear picture of the complexity and scope of your migration. It reveals risks that may threaten the success of your migration.

The information gathered during the Assessment Phase is crucial in determining the final relocation strategy and relocation requirements in the Design Phase of this methodology.

In the Assessment Phase of this project, DAG will conduct an Assessment of Business Needs and define the current environment.

In short, it shines a spotlight on each of those many variables that pose the potential of becoming problematic during your migration event.

Your data migration assessment service provides:

    • Site and infrastructure analysis
    • Server consolidation and virtualization recommendations
    • Application dependency mapping
    • Development of a comprehensive migration strategy

Remember, the value of your assessment is to assure you that your migration remains trouble-free, by being well-planned and well-executed.

Your assessment will assure that your migration will result in minimal downtime, with minimal disruption to business operations.

And that, after all, is the ultimate goal of every migration event.