Migrate in six steps
For even the most complex migrations, our expert team's guidance and approach is a proven path to success.
Data source identifications
We determine where your assets and data are coming from, as well as analyze their volume to assess what’s coming into Brightspot (i.e., images, videos, text assets, PDFs, audio). We also fully comprehend the metadata structure of each incoming asset.
Field mapping and transformation logic
This is where we understand your incoming asset schemas, and map them to our Brightspot content models. There will be deltas here, and our team works with you to identify them, determining how to solve them. At the end of this step, we are ready to run our first migration of assets into Brightspot.
Migration code development
Starting from our standard migration scripts, we identify unit and system test migration scripts, and update our data models in Brightspot as necessary.
At this point, we will sequence and execute our migration code on the assets and data for migration. We will work with your team to validate the data that is being migrated and make any necessary adjustments.
We assess all previous migration iterations, and run the final migration with an updated volume to your live Brightspot instance.
All hosting and security tests are passed, and you're now ready to go live with your content.
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