Mauricio Dinarte

Today, we are excited to launch a detailed blog series that serves as an in-depth guide on utilizing the Drupal 10 Migrate API. This series is designed to equip you with thorough explanations and step-by-step guidance for migrating all your data from a Drupal 7 site to Drupal 10, facilitating a smooth upgrade to the most current version of the platform.

Michael Meyers

Hosted by Michael Meyers, - Managing Director of Tag1 Consulting, and Janez Urevc, Sr. Engineer at Tag 1. This podcast series focuses on the strategies involved in upgrading and migrating Drupal websites and applications. This is the last episode in a mini series in which we aim to answer the common question: “How much will my migration cost?” Spoiler alert: It’s complicated. We team up with Lucas Hedding one more time to help demystify the...

Michael Meyers

This podcast series focuses on the strategies involved in upgrading and migrating Drupal websites and applications. The discussion aims to answer the often-asked question: "How much will my platform migration cost?" The team outlines that there's no one-size-fits-all answer, and the process involves a variety of methodologies. Some methods can produce quick but potentially less accurate estimates, while others are more labor-intensive but yield more reliable results.

Michael Meyers

Co-hosted by Michael Meyers, Managing Director of Tag1 Consulting, and Janez Urevc, Sr. Engineer at Tag 1. This podcast series focuses on the strategies involved in upgrading and migrating Drupal websites and applications.

Michael Meyers

This first episode of the Drupal Migration series of Tag1 Team Talks focuses on the intricate process of migrating large-scale applications, especially with the end of life of Drupal 7 and 9 approaching. The hosts, Michael Meyers and Janez Urevc, are joined by a panel of additional experts, Benji Fisher, Lucas Hedding, Mauricio Dinarte, and Mike Ryan, who delve deep into the world of Drupal migrations. This discussion explores the terminology used in migrations and...

Jeremy Andrews

My first Drupal migration was onto a heavily patched version of Drupal 4.0, back in 2002. I previously ran a popular kernel development blog called KernelTrap, using PHPNuke . I conducted interviews with prominent kernel developers , and posted blog entries about other interesting kernel news, all of which were frequently linked to from the front page of Slashdot (the leading tech news aggregator at the time). This resulted in huge traffic spikes, which would...