ATADATA Upgrades Agentless Migration Platform with Direct-To-Target Feature
ATLANTA, GA: ATADATA, a provider of automation and data migration platform for datacenters and cloud, announces that it has upgraded its ATAvision and ATAmotion tools with version 3.0 and 4.0 respectively. The engines improve agentless single-stage workload migrations and auto-provision across any datacenters, hypervisors, cloud or virtual private cloud.
ATAvision 3.0, an agentless infrastructure discovery engine, informs the present state of workload inventories and provides insight into the host and application layer to start migration planning without affecting performance and application downtime. The platform integrates application mapping visualizations and finds out and blueprint IT infrastructures for migration wave planning. It also helps create migration wave plans onto the ATAvision console and import directly to ATAmotion console that enables immediate migration.
ATADATA introduces a new web interface with enhanced portability integration for its ATAmotion 4.0 engine. The platform allows migration and auto-provision of multi-tiered live workloads including operating system, configuration, application stack and associated database to any physical machine, cloud or virtual machine monitors (VMMs). Through Representational State Transfer (REST) Application Program Interface (API), the engine automatically auto-provisions to any target and with the help of certain tools and drivers, it continues the migration process. The user won’t have to synchronize their files at the database layers for perfect clone with engine’s auto-synchronize feature.
The ATADATA enhanced-technology platform provides System as a Service (SaaS) as well as on-premise option with agentless migration engine for uninterrupted deployment. The single stage ‘direct to target’ feature improves the speed of transferring data.The engine, supported by Windows as well as all Linux servers, gives unlimited database size restrictions for cloning, migration and synchronization.
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