AWS Migration Hub provides a single location to track the progress of application migrations across multiple AWS and partner solutions. Using Migration Hub allows you to choose the AWS and partner migration tools that best fit your needs, while providing visibility into the status of migrations across your portfolio of applications. Migration Hub also provides key metrics and progress for individual applications, regardless of which tools are being used to migrate them. For example, you might use AWS Database Migration Service, AWS Server Migration Service, CloudEndure Migration, and partner migration tools such as ATADATA ATAmotion or RiverMeadow Server Migration SaaS to migrate an application comprised of a database, virtualized web servers, and a bare metal server. Using Migration Hub, you can view the migration progress of all the resources in the application. This allows you to quickly get progress updates across all of your migrations, easily identify and troubleshoot any issues, and reduce the overall time and effort spent on your migration projects.
Migrating old, complex device configurations to new, next-generation solutions can be very challenging and require a lot of time. Errors are often introduced during this process as well. With FortiConverter, however, you can enable a smooth, supported migration experience while automatically eliminating errors and redundant information.
AWS Migration Hub is ranked 8th in Migration Tools while Fortinet FortiConverter is ranked 14th in Migration Tools. AWS Migration Hub is rated 0.0, while Fortinet FortiConverter is rated 0.0. On the other hand, AWS Migration Hub is most compared with AWS DataSync and Carbonite Migrate, whereas Fortinet FortiConverter is most compared with .
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