Within the database network industry there are many terms that can be thrown around from time to time. One of the most common terms and services provided to all kinds of businesses is data centre migration.

To help those that are unfamiliar with the term this is the official definition of “migration”.

“The movement from one part of something to another”

In essence – data centre migration is the transportation of potentially confidential data and information that businesses store. The migration process is used to have everything relocated as safely and as efficiently as possible without losing anything.

There are many forms of data migration and these are the most common.

Forms of Data Migration

Common Forms of Data Migration

Storage Migration
Data relocation can be dealt with in a way that is extremely straightforward to the application inasmuch as the application uses just broad interfaces to get to the information.

In many frameworks this is not an issue. Be that as it may, watchful consideration is important for old applications running on exclusive frameworks. Much of the time, the code of the application is not accessible and the application seller may not be in market any longer. In such cases stockpiling movement is somewhat dubious and ought to be appropriately tried before discharging the arrangement into creation.

Database Migration
Data centres are the most common form of data centre migration that we complete. These services are usually provided during data centre refurbishments in order to transport delicate information safely.

Our technicians go through a strict process to ensure that everything is in place before any transportation can occur.


Data migration is a vital to the transportation of confidential information stored on internal data structures. Technicians such as Puffin Solutions use the latest migration techniques to ensure the transportation is done so as efficiently and safely as possible.

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