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Oracle to SQL Server Migration


We make your transition to SQL Server smoother so you can see the benefits sooner

MANAGING AN ORACLE TO SQL SERVER MIGRATION

N4Stack are a leading independent multi-platform Database Specialist providing a range of consulting services that can help you manage an Oracle to SQL Server migration. Our senior consultants hold both Oracle and SQL Server accreditation’s providing our clients with valuable experience to manage and deliver cross platform migration projects.

Supporting the full project lifecycle N4Stack can provide a range of services to compliment your skills and resources including:

  • Discovery & Design
  • Provisioning
  • Data Migration
  • Testing
  • Training
  • On-going Managed Services

Our core skills include moving from Oracle 9i, 10g, 11g or 12C and migrating to SQL Azure / Data Factory, SQL Server 2019 / 2017 / 2016 / 2014 / 2012 / 2008 r2

The areas typically covered during an Oracle to SQL Server Migration include:

  • Review Application Tier Integration
  • Review Messaging Tier Integration
  • Prod Physical Infrastructure Sizing
  • SQL Server Architecture Design
  • Install Test Environment
  • TEST: Conversion, Creation &/or Migration of:
    • Schemas
    • Security Items
    • Tables
    • LOB’s
    • System Functions
    • System Packages
    • Database & Materialised Views
    • Stored Procedures & Packages
    • User Defined Functions
    • Triggers
    • Sequences
    • Synonyms
    • Data Types
  • Review SQL > PL/SQL changes with development team
  • SQL Server Best Practice Installation
  • TEST: Data Migration
  • TEST: Issue Remediation
  • Functional Testing (regression)
  • Non Functional Testing (Perf, Security)
  • PROD: Object & Data Migration (trial)
  • PROD: Reset Environment
  • Service Transition (live PROD imps)
  • Go Live
 

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