Migration analytischer Software – Worauf kommt es an

Analytical Software Migration – What to consider?

Assu­me you have made the choice: You are going to deploy and use a new ana­ly­ti­cal soft­ware pro­duct in your orga­niza­ti­on. How do you get things going?  Tran­si­tio­ning from one ana­ly­ti­cal soft­ware plat­form to ano­ther requi­res thoughtful con­side­ra­ti­on and stra­te­gic plan­ning to ensu­re the suc­cess of your migra­ti­on pro­ject. What spe­ci­fic aspects should you con­sider when embar­king on this jour­ney?  

The Users 
The ana­ly­ti­cal soft­ware sup­ports and enhan­ces the work of the users in their respec­ti­ve fields.  It is cru­cial to under­stand what the­se users do and what their exper­ti­se (esp. regar­ding soft­ware) is.  

Use Cases 
It is rele­vant to under­stand what the users are actual­ly doing with “data ana­ly­tics”. What ana­ly­ti­cal methods do they app­ly? What domains of appli­ed data sci­ence are they using? Are the­re spe­ci­fic needs insi­de such domains? 

Ana­ly­ti­cal Arti­facts 
Data sci­ence and ana­ly­tics use cases are usual­ly con­s­truc­ted using reusable “buil­ding blocks” that are able to ser­ve mul­ti­ple use-cases. The­se “buil­ding blocks” also known as ana­ly­ti­cal arti­facts are ele­ments in the ana­ly­ti­cal pro­cess that are applied/ imple­men­ted by the users, or auto­ma­ti­cal­ly. They can be data con­nec­tions, pre­dic­ti­ve models, code snip­pets, decis­i­on rules, or even be encap­su­la­ted pro­ce­du­res as a com­bi­na­ti­on of said arti­facts, and more. 

The Archi­tec­tu­re 
The cur­rent set­up of ana­ly­ti­cal pro­ces­ses can be thought of as an ana­ly­ti­cal archi­tec­tu­re that is deman­ding a tho­rough com­pre­hen­si­on for effec­ti­ve uti­liza­ti­on and enhance­ment.  

Docu­men­ta­ti­on, Manu­als, Tem­pla­tes 
Bes­i­des the ana­ly­ti­cal arti­facts (being used in ana­ly­ti­cal pro­ces­ses) orga­niza­ti­ons accu­mu­la­te docu­ments that are used to assist with the soft­ware or descri­be how the sys­tem is set up and sup­po­sed to work. 


You and your orga­niza­ti­on are uni­que. The out­line abo­ve shows you what to con­sider, but what we need to do depends on you and the out­co­me of this dis­cus­sion. We will glad­ly assist you in such a migra­ti­on pro­ject! 

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