Technical Specifications

PlateSpin® Migrate enables you to migrate heterogeneous workloads (operating systems along with their applications and data) across server and desktop infrastructure in the data center, decoupling workload hardware from software.

For detailed version information, see the PlateSpin Migrate support technical information links below:

Choose a category below to learn about the supported products.


Product Evaluation

Server Specifications

  • Dedicated physical or virtual server
  • Microsoft Windows Server operating system
    • Microsoft .NET Framework
    • Web Server (IIS)
  • Microsoft SQL Server database server (included)
  • National Language Support (EN, DE, FR, JA, CN, CT)

User Access Specifications

Most of the user interaction with the PlateSpin Server takes place through the following interfaces:

  • Migrate Web Interface
    • Google Chrome
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer
    • Mozilla Firefox
  • Migrate Client
    • PlateSpin Server host or on a separate computer
    • Microsoft Windows platform (server or workstation)
      • Microsoft .NET Framework
    • National Language Support (EN, DE, FR, JA, CN, CT)

Supported Workloads for Migration to Azure

You can use the Web Interface to migrate the following workloads to Microsoft Azure:

  • Microsoft Windows Server
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

Supported Workloads for Migration to Physical, Virtual, or Image Targets

  • Microsoft Windows Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server Cluster
  • Microsoft Windows Desktop
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
  • Oracle Enterprise Linux
  • CentOS
  • Red Hat Linux

Supported Target Cloud Platform

The Web Interface supports migration of Microsoft Windows and Linux workloads to Microsoft Azure.

Supported Target Virtualization Platforms

  • Migrate Client and Web Interface
    • VMware vCenter
    • VMware ESX and ESXi
  • Migrate Client
    • Microsoft Hyper-V
    • Citrix XenServer
    • XEN (SUSE Linux Enterprise Server)
    • KVM (SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux)