3.5 Migration Tasks Matrix for PlateSpin Migrate Client and PlateSpin Migrate Web Interface

To migrate a workload, you should either use the PlateSpin Migrate Client or the PlateSpin Migrate Web Interface throughout the migration cycle of the workload.

The following table lists the tasks that you can perform using the PlateSpin Migrate Client and the PlateSpin Migrate Web Interface:


PlateSpin Migrate Client

PlateSpin Migrate web Interface

Monitor workload migration workflow

Discover Windows standalone workloads

Discover Windows cluster workloads

Discover Linux standalone workloads

Discover Linux cluster workloads

Discover target VMware hosts

Discover target non-VMware hosts

Migrate to physical machines

Migrate to VMware hosts

Migrate to non-VMware hosts

Migrate to Azure Cloud

Migrate to Amazon Web Services

Migrate to VMware vCloud Director

Migrate to image

Migrate Windows workloads with block-based transfer

Migrate Linux workloads with block-based transfer

Migrate Windows workloads with file-based transfer

Migrate Linux workloads with file-based transfer

Migrate Windows clusters with block-based transfer

Migrate workloads using live transfer

Migrate workloads using offline transfer (migrations to physical)

Schedule incremental replication

Migrate staged workloads using imaging

Support post migration scripts

Add new disks during migration

Change disk volume mapping for target workload

Migrate a VM to a vCenter folder

Move a VM to a resource pool

Set compression level

Throttle bandwidth

Set encryption for data transfer

Create tags

View workload migration report

View workload migration status reports

Add or remove licenses

Check licenses status

Use security groups

Set global defaults for source service

Set global defaults for target service

Set global defaults for migration job values