Here we will show how to take an entire migration wave of servers from Tidal and export them for direct ingestion into RiverMeadow, to perform a VM migration.
This guides assumes you have access to a Linux like environment, you will need:
1. Authentication information
To authenticate to your account, we’ll need to collect the subdomain, username, password. If you don’t know what your subdomain is you can find it here:
Once you have gathered this information, you’ll need set it as an environment variable, substitute in your information to the commands below and run them in your shell:
export username="<your username>" export password="<your password>" export subdomain="<your subdomain>"
2. Gather Move Group ID
To find the ID of the move group that you’d like to export, log in to the Tidal Accelerator Platform and from the
Projects view, select the project that your move group is associated with. In the
Project view, go to
Migration Waves tab. You should see a list of move groups that are associated with the selected project. Click on the name of the move group you’re interested in. Here, you’ll be able to find the ID of the move group at the end of the URL, as shown below:
Once you have this number, like you did in step 1, export the
move_group_id as an environment variable.
export move_group_id="<your move group id>"
3. Run the script
You’re ready to run the script and export this information to a CSV. Now that you have gathered the required information and saved it in
move_group_to_csv.sh, you will need to run script and pipe the output to a CSV file:
./move_group_to_csv.sh > move_group.csv
Now the data you need for your server migration is in the file move_group.csv and can be imported into RiverMeadow.