"Migration Use Cases with the Migration Manager" Redbooks is now available!
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In one of my earlier posts It is time to update the "Migration Use Cases with the Migration Manager" IBM Redbooks! I had mentioned that we were going to update the Migration Manager Redbooks for Tivoli process automation engine V 7.5. I am happy to inform you that the new version of the Migration Use Cases with the Migration Manager Redbooks has been published as a draft on the ITSO Redbooks website. In this new revision, we updated all chapters from the previous book to reflect the changes in Tivoli process automation engine V 7.5. We also covered all major new features available with V 7.5, such as the Migration Collections, Migration Comparison, etc. Check out the content outline below:
Chapter 1. Migration strategy
Chapter 2. What is new in Migration Manager?
Chapter 3. Migration collections
Chapter 4. Migration Manager Comparison
Chapter 5. Migrating the data dictionary
Chapter 6. Migrating security configuration data
Chapter 7. Migrating escalations including automation scripts
Chapter 8. Migrating applications and Start Centers
Chapter 9. Migrating workflows
Chapter 10. Migrating classifications
Chapter 11. Integration Framework migration
Chapter 12. Migrating Service Level Agreements
Chapter 13. Migrating service offering content
Chapter 14. Migrating a service catalog
Chapter 15. Common topics
Chapter 16. Troubleshooting
In addition to the Redbooks, as part of this project we published a new Solution Guide about the Migration Manager and shot a video with the Migration Manager Lead Architect Sampath Sriramadhesikan. Sam was also part of the residency team. So check out the new book and let me know what you think in the comments section below. By the way, this has not been through the ITSO editing process yet -- so if you see errors in grammar and such, you can assume our editors will take care of that. I expect the final version to be available by the end of February 2013. Enjoy your new book!