Legacy Database Migration and Archiving

Consolidate, retire, and migrate legacy databases to optimize IT expenditure

Companies often find that many of their once useful applications are no longer necessary to support everyday business operations. Organizations typically retain legacy applications for fear of losing access to important data; however, unused legacy applications deplete valuable time and resources and add unnecessary financial burdens to already-strained IT budgets. To alleviate these pains, organizations can sunset and migrate their legacy databases to a modern platform.

Industry-Leading Legacy Database Migration

ZL Tech offers the most complete enterprise data migration services in the industry with a 99.95% data transfer rate. Data from legacy applications is extracted and ingested into the ZL Tech NoSQL™ Database, which is engineered with adaptive compression algorithms to achieve over 90% storage optimization.

Enterprise Analytics

ZL Tech provides purpose-built analytic applications to leverage enterprise data for strategic advantage. Once data is ingested and processed into the ZL Tech platform, customized reports and analytics are immediately available. Instead of performing analytics solely on structured data, business users can expand their analysis to include both structured and unstructured data to gather previously unseen insights from enterprise-generated data.

ZL Tech, as an open platform, further provides integration capabilities with several third-party tools that may already be in use by the enterprise today. In addition, advanced reporting and analysis can be provided on the already processed data through integration with visualization tools like Tableau.

Systems Supported for Legacy Database Migration

ZL Tech supports the ingestion of data from numerous structured and unstructured data sources, including but not limited to:

  • Traditional RDBMs – Microsoft SQLServer, Oracle, IBM DB2
  • NoSQL Data Stores – MongoDB, Apache Cassandra, HBase

  • Data Warehouses – Teradata, Oracle

  • Legacy ECMs – Microsoft SharePoint, EMC Documentum

  • Legacy Archives – Symantec Enterprise Vault, HP Autonomy, EMC SourceOne

  • Flat Files – CSV, XML, JSON