Posts Tagged ‘Migration’

Healthcare Client Gets Major Commerce Upgrade

Cardinal Health, a major healthcare services client, needed help upgrading from HCL Commerce V7 to V9 to serve its Medical Solutions Segment which is responsible for the sale and distribution of medical products to hospitals and other healthcare providers. The need to upgrade before loss of support of the current, older version was imperative, and […]

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GitHub Code Migration Using DevOps Automation

Migration from one code management system to another is a non-trivial exercise.  Most of the time the team wishes to maintain code history, branch structure, team permissions, and integrations. This blog post investigates one such migration from Bitbucket to GitHub for a large health maintenance organization. Due to growth and acquisition over time, the organization […]

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Checklist for a Successful Website Migration

Relaunching or migrating a website is an intensive process and it’s very easy for small issues to slip through the cracks. Especially when teams either lack institutional knowledge, are gapped on critical skills or are working against an aggressive timeline. Here are some things to watch out for I’ve seen observing and being involved in […]

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Upgrading to Microsoft Teams: IT Admin Edition (Part 2)

Welcome back to the second blog in our upgrading to Microsoft Teams: IT Admin Edition series. If you are just joining us for the first time, I encourage you to check out the first blog in this series as it covers some important concepts for you IT admins out there! This time we’ll be discussing […]

Upgrading to Microsoft Teams: IT Admin Edition (Part 1)

If you’ve read my previous blogs, I talked a lot about the upgrade process from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams. However, this covered the overall planning process but did not cover what things would look like from an IT administrator perspective. Well, lucky for you that is what we’ll be covering in this blog! […]

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Office 365 Tenant Migration and Active Directory Considerations

When migrating Office 365 tenancies for acquisitions, mergers, or divestitures; there needs to be a good amount of consideration given to the back-end identity infrastructure supporting each Office 365 tenant. Active Directory Directory Services (AD DS) is generally the identity store that connects Enterprise to Office 365 Azure Active Directory. There can be various ways […]

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I’m sorry, but you have a case of… WordPress

Have you ever found out you owned a website you never knew about? Do you regularly get emails with “comments” about certain types of enhancement and EXPERT SEO SERVICES!!!? Does your ITSec know the website you’re calling about before you tell them it’s compromised? If so, you may have a case of WordPress. WordPress is […]

Things to Consider in a Cloud Readiness Assessment

This is the next installment in a series of blogs on the subject of cloud transformation. It has been amazing to see how many clients have jumped straight from cloud mandate to cloud implementation. A very small, technical organization with a very limited separation of duties might be able to take this approach. However, this […]

Cloud Trends in 2019: Containers as a Base

The following blog comes from an interview with Perficient’s Principal of Cloud Consulting, Joel Thimsen, and is part of a series on cloud trends with experts from within Perficient. It was just six years ago that containers truly came to the attention of the business world with Docker. Now the use of containers is widespread, […]

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Migrating AEM Content with Groovy

Migrating content into AEM is nobody’s idea if fun. Creating experiences and authoring content in the powerful AEM authoring experience is great, but identifying, classifying and mapping legacy content? Not so much. AEM’s repository structure contributes to this challenge. AEM, being based on the Java Content Repository (JCR) offers a massively more flexible content taxonomy […]

Cloud Lingo in 2019: Cracking the Code

It’s an issue for people researching every type of technology: jargon. While businesses have widely embraced cloud, questions remain surrounding the specifics. Cloud can be daunting for any newcomers due to its range of words and phrases that you don’t see elsewhere. Here’s a look at some of these words and phrases and what they […]

Innovation Predicted to Drive Cloud Usage in 2019

Enterprises will move beyond cheap fixes and instead seek innovative app services in order to modernize their businesses in 2019, according to Forrester’s “Predictions 2019: Cloud Computing” report. Forrester believes that 2019 is the year that the cloud comes to the forefront for enterprises. Many companies look set to decide that now is the time […]

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