What’s new with the latest updates?
The latest updates to the Database Migration Guide include:
- Launched a new and enhanced user interface that makes it easier to specify your migration scenario and that surfaces the most commonly used guides, which are available with a single click.
- Added/updated guidance for the following migration scenarios (source/target pairs):
- Cassandra to Azure Cosmos DB
- MongoDB to Azure Cosmos DB
- Added a table of “Migration learnings and best practices from real-world engagements" to each of the following scenarios:
- Access to Azure Sql Database
- Access to SQL Server
- DB2 to SQL Server
- DB2 to Azure SQL Database
- MySQL to Azure SQL Database
- MySQL to SQL Server
- Oracle to Azure Database for PostgreSQL
- Oracle to Azure SQL Database
- Oracle to Azure SQL Data Warehouse
- Oracle to SQL Server
- SAP ASE to SQL Server
- SQL Server to Azure SQL Database
- SQL Server to Azure SQL Database Managed Instance
- SQL Server to Azure SQL Data Warehouse
- SQL Server to SQL Server
- Included references to additional Partner tool offerings.
Call to action
Please take some time to review the Migration Guide and consider:
- The overall user experience, especially with the release of the new user interface.
- The scope and accuracy of existing content, as well as any guidance/coverage you believe that we should add.
- Valuable information that you can contribute directly to the Migration Guide by working in our Github repository (sign in using your GitHub account).
Be sure to submit any feedback you might have by using the Tell us about your experience link that appears at the bottom of any migration scenario page within the Guide or by joining the conversation in our Gitter chat room.
Thanks in advance for your support!
Senior Program Manager
Microsoft Database Migration Team
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