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Migrating existing data exchanges to Atrium Integrator

The following topics provide information and instructions for migrating existing data exchanges to Atrium Integrator:


BMC Atrium Integration Engine is being replaced with a new offering called Atrium Integrator. The BMC Atrium Core version 8.1 is the last release that includes BMC Atrium Integration Engine. No new versions (major or minor) of BMC Atrium Integration Engine will be released after 8.1.

The AIE to AI Migration Tool enables you to automate the migration of your existing BMC Atrium Integration Engine data exchanges to corresponding jobs and transformations in Atrium Integrator. For information about AIE to AI Migration Tool, see Overview of the AIE to AI Migration Tool

If you are using BMC Atrium Integration Engine in your production environment, you might have configured multiple data exchanges to transfer data from external data stores to BMC Remedy AR System forms or to BMC Atrium CMDB. To improve performance when transferring a large amount of data, you might have also set up multiple instances of BMC Atrium Integration Engine. In Atrium Integrator all migrated data exchanges run under a single carte server.

After you have migrated the data exchanges to a single Atrium Integrator server, you can open multiple sessions of BMC Atrium Integrator Spoon to run different jobs. Each BMC Atrium Integrator Spoon session is a different processes. If you have multiple carte servers (server group installation), you can run the job pointing on a specific carte server. For more information see, Atrium Integrator in a server group environment

For information about how Atrium Integrator terminology and tasks correspond to BMC Atrium Integration Engine terminology and tasks, see Mapping BMC Atrium Integration Engine tasks and terminology to Atrium Integrator.

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