BitTitan SDK and PowerShell: Tips from the Expert

One of the most powerful capabilities for enterprise migrations performed with MigrationWiz is the BitTitan SDK. When user numbers rise well into the thousands, even minor configurations or manual tasks quickly become significant barriers to efficiency and eat into project margins. Combining the native capabilities of MigrationWiz with the limitless possibilities of scripting enables a higher level of project customization, reporting, and management.

One person very familiar with the BitTitan SDK is Senior Partner Technical Strategist and Microsoft Certified Solutions Master Antonio Vargas. In his role, Antonio helps partners and IT pros plan and execute some of the largest, most complex projects we see. Antonio also maintains a detailed blog of his own regarding Exchange, Office 365, and Azure best practices.

In this post for Bits & Bytes, we’ve sourced Antonio’s top posts on PowerShell and the BitTitan SDK so you can learn more about these capabilities in MigrationWiz and consider how your organization might use scripting in an upcoming project. You can also learn more by visiting the BitTitan Help Center.

 

BitTitan SDK: Value for Enterprise Migration Projects

Antonio’s rationale for when to use scripts is simple: “Can I remove a lot of complexity and execution time if I run this task via PowerShell?”  If the answer is yes, do it! In this post, Antonio introduces readers to the value of the BitTitan SDK and the benefits of PowerShell for managing large enterprise projects.

 

BitTitan SDK: Retry Individual Errors for All Users in Document Migration Projects

Errors are inevitable. Learn how to automatically retry errors for all users within a project. Hours of repetitive work, saved once again through automation.

 

BitTitan SDK: Color Code MigrationWiz Project Users

How can you categorize 800 users in a project with 10,000? Instead of dividing users into separate projects, leverage the BitTitan SDK to automatically color code the right users and better manage your project.

 

BitTitan SDK: Connecting to the German Instance

BitTitan has multiple instances across the globe. Learn how to connect to our German environment in this quick tips post from Antonio.

 

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Grady Gausman is a staff writer for the Bits & Bytes blog.

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It was really good to get the tips from your side, they are really helpful and informative too.

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These were the Best tips. i can easily use this SDK tool now to perform my operation. Its really good.