- Transformation Migration
Current transformations will be fully deprecated on the US AWS and the EU AWS stacks on September 1, 2021.
All transformations must be migrated by this date.
The transformation migration process is as follows:
- Go to the detail of the transformation bucket.
- Start the migration by clicking the button Proceed to Migration.
- Once the migration finishes successfully, the old transformation will be marked as Migrated.
- Check and modify the orchestration tasks that used the migrated transformations.
- Once all orchestrations are modified, you can remove the old transformation bucket.
What Will Be Migrated
All transformations that meet the following conditions will be migrated. They must be in a transformation bucket with:
What Will Not Be Migrated
The following transformations will be skipped over in the migration process. They will not be migrated:
- Disabled transformations in the bucket
- Transformations that have both multiple phases and multiple transformation backends; in this case, you must split the bucket, so that each of the resulting buckets have either one phase or one backend. If you are not sure how to do that, please contact our support.
What Happens During Migration
We check automatically if the transformation is suitable for migration.
The names (and the associated descriptions) are transferred in the following way:
For mixed backends:
- Transformation bucket → New transformation name (names of individual transformations are lost)
For single backends:
- Multiple transformations in one bucket result in a single new transformation with code blocks corresponding to the old transformations
- Mappings are merged
- Transformation bucket → new transformation name
- Transformation name → code block name
- Each transformation within a bucket → code snippet name