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Rehydrate Vault Store Data from Centera

We currenlty have EV 12.0 for Exchange and are using a Centera to store our Vault Stores. Is there a way to rehydrate our data so we can copy onto our Isilon?

 

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Pat

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There is a free feature in Enterprise Vault called Move Archive. It works fine for mail archives and journal, although it needs some attention and does not work with file system archives.

 

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It can be scheduled. I would just split it the workload into batches, for ease of management.

Paid migration tools ranging from being a tad faster to quite a bit faster and provide faster outcome, although might cost arm and leg, comparable to EV licenses themselves but if you have a business case, look at their direction

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There are 3rd part tools and services that can migrate the data from Centera Vault Stores to Isolon Vault Stores.  There are several products and companies that have such offerings.  Ping me if youn want to explore the options for your project.

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What type of options?

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Pat

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There are several vendors of Migration products out there, and a myriad of partners that deliver migration projects and services.

The thing about migration products is they can migrate the data from source to target, so in yor case from Centera based vault store (partitions) to Isolon based vault store (partitions).  There is no time wasting in restoring back to the mailbox and then re-archiving.  They are batchable, schedulable, auditable they provide per item error failure logs. 

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Re: Rehydrate Vault Store Data from Centera

There is a free feature in Enterprise Vault called Move Archive. It works fine for mail archives and journal, although it needs some attention and does not work with file system archives.

 

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Thanks for all the replies

 

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Question about using the "Move Archive" feature. I have 16k archives, is this tool robust enough to handle this volume?

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Re: Rehydrate Vault Store Data from Centera

It can be scheduled. I would just split it the workload into batches, for ease of management.

Paid migration tools ranging from being a tad faster to quite a bit faster and provide faster outcome, although might cost arm and leg, comparable to EV licenses themselves but if you have a business case, look at their direction

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Thank You for all responses.