As the weather gets warm, our roads and highways get their makeovers and repairs. Sometimes, entire swaths of highways are replaced. If you're driving through such a stretch on a regular basis, you will notice that highway departments do their best to keep the highway open and traffic flowing. While one lane is resurfaced, traffic is funneled down a different lane. The next week, you may be directed still along another lane.
The same holds true with systems migrations. All efforts are made to keep the business operating normally, but users still know something is up. Whether they are lift-and-shifts, incremental or simply side-by-side rollouts, migrations are often multiyear projects involving many parts of the business and requiring major systems implementations along with retirements.
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