It’s almost time to make the migration to the Cloud. Before initiating, here are few things to keep in mind:
Schedule your final migration between payroll processing dates. We recommend choosing a date immediately after you’ve processed payroll, to allow additional time for any troubleshooting.
Three days before your migration date, Avanti will send an enrollment email with RDP link to all remaining Regular (Class A) Users.
Be sure to notify your management and employees with the migration date. The migration may take a couple of hours to complete, during which time no one will be able to make changes in Avanti.
If you’ll be using clocks or SSO minor, setup by your staff will be required once the migration is complete
Prepare and Backup your Files
Create a report of all your employees in excel with:
SSO Username, if applicable.
To ensure no changes are made to Avanti during migration, immediately before backup:
Stop the Login Service.
Stop the IIS Service for ASSP and Career Connector, if applicable.
Disable the RDP access to Avanti, if applicable.
Disable the clock service, web punch in/out and shut down any clocks you won’t be using in your new Cloud environment, if you’re using clocks.
Have your IT Team backup your production database and data application folder. Place these on Avanti’s SFTP for the Avanti IT team.
During migration, Avanti’s IT team will:
Restore this database to your new C environment.
Update the SSO settings and your employees' usernames.
Update the Clock Connect settings, if applicable.
If you’ll be using clocks, some additional steps are required after the migration is complete.
You’ll need to access the Clocks on ASSP and update the serial numbers for each clock that’s being replaced with a new uFace 800 clock, if applicable.
Your IT needs to update the clock to use the new Clock Connect URL, if applicable.
Re-enable Clock Connect, if applicable.
Some configurations may need to be re-completed after the restore (ex: data export settings, menu item removals, that were made in the hosted environment during testing)