1. Database migration
Database migration is a type of data migration that is more specialized. Organizations may migrate data from one database to another as part of a database update, because they have changed suppliers, or transitioning to new infrastructures, such as the cloud. Moving from one database to another may need to ensure the source database’s schema is compatible with the target database and, if required, converting it.
2. Cloud Migration
Cloud migration refers to the process of transferring IT systems from traditional on-premise data centers to cloud environments. It may also entail the creation of a hybrid cloud, allowing applications and data to scale across numerous infrastructures. Many benefits of cloud infrastructure include fast scalability and cost reductions.
Operating system migration
Data migration refers to the process of shifting data from one type of storage to another. This is frequently done as part of a storage update to increase storage capacity, enhance performance, streamline data administration, decrease costs, shrink the physical footprint, or introduce new capabilities. Planning, execution, and validation are the three stages of data migration. They can include transporting massive volumes of data over a network or physically relocating drives from one location to another. Every migration will be unique based on the quantity of data involved, the timeline for completion, the sorts of workloads involved, and security concerns.