Category Archives: Data Migration

How to Migrate Off the Mainframe

Approaches, techniques, and tools needed to successfully migrate data to open standard regional database management systems. Many companies have migrated mission-critical applications off the mainframe onto open standard relational database management systems (RDBMS) like Oracle for a variety of reasons. Regardless of why your business has elected to move off […]

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Calculating ROI for Data Migration and Data Integration Projects

Data profiling is a critical step in the lifecycle. Learn how to reduce time to plan and excute data integration strategies. Industry experience has shown that data migration and data integration projects are prone to the same challenges and problems that are common to all IS projects. They suffer from […]

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Migration Readiness Assessment

Covers challenges and risks of data migration, plus a detailed look at how to do a Migration Readiness Assessment for your organization. The Informatica Migration Readiness Assessment (MRA) is a subset of the Informatica Data Migration methodology, which provides customers with an insight into the true scope and complexity that […]

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Migrating Off the Mainframe

Regardless of the reasons why your business has elected to move off mainframe, once the decision has been made, your IT organization needs to know about the approaches, techniques, and tools to successfully migrate to a more modern application landscape or open standard RDBMS like Oracle. This is where this […]

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Data Migration Solution Brief

Outlines the key role of data migration in ERP instance consolidations, new packages, or custom applications implementations, and the upgrade process for existing application installations. Integration is now the most critical “high ticket” item in enterprise IT budgets. The compelling business case for a single, global view of customers, products, […]

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