Migration of data from MSWP 2.0 and six other systems into a Teamcenter-based M&SWP 3.0 solution
Multiple systems consolidated into a single Teamcenter instance
Secure and responsible migration
Seamless process for data transfer in different environments
Migration of multiple legacy systems, operating under three different business processes (Carriers, Submarines, and Surface Ships), migrated into a single Teamcenter system with adoption of new business processes.
Enormous dataset: Billions of rows of data
Migrated over 100 million objects/relations
Required orderly migration
Operated in highly controlled Government environment
Large Volume: Over 100 million objects loaded into Teamcenter
Created over 50 different object types in the Teamcenter model during migration
Migrated in eQ’s secure environment, then moved the data to the customer’s environment
Multiple Deltas: 1 bulk, 1 delta in eQ's environment, 1 delta in DISA environment
Migrated U-NNPI data in a STIGs-compliant DISA environment
Simultaneously migrated from over six legacy systems to a single destination
Responsibly migrated a huge amount of data using eQube-GMP, eQube-TM and eQube-MI
Created a web migration portal with an interactive checklist & execution links to minimize human errors
Refined a seamless process of transferring the entire data from one Teamcenter to other Teamcenter applications in different environments
eQube® Products used
eQube-MI, eQube-TM, eQube-GMP, and eQube-DP
Solution used both OOTB GMP processes and custom-built processes for specific implementations of migration and BMIDE logic
Performance was tuned to produce throughput as fast as 2500 objects per minute
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