Aperture VISTA to Device42 Migration
The Aperture VISTA to Device42 migration works in the following manner: Data is exported from the Aperture VISTA application by first creating Device42 custom views in the Aperture SQL Server database. These views are then exported from Aperture VISTA and saved as .csv or Excel files which are then easily imported and mapped into Device42’s data architecture. (Aperture views can be downloaded here: https://www.device42.com/migrations/aperture/.)
Device42 then automatically creates building, data center, and rack configurations for all rack mounted devices. With the import completed, Device42’s agentless auto-discovery tool automatically identifies and maps remaining IP-based network devices and intelligent power equipment for ongoing monitoring and management.
Device42 has developed a long list of SQL views to be able to give clients the ability to pick and choose the information they want to migrate to Device42 from Aperture VISTA.
To download the views click here
By running the views you can easily get data out of your instance of Aperture VISTA
Save Data to CSV or Excel
Very simply right click anywhere on the data and select “Save Results As…”
Saving your file
Give the file a name and save the data locally
Downloading the Bulk Import Tool to Map Fields
Click here to download the bulk import tool.
For instructions on how to use the bulk import tool to map your fields click here
If there are any questions please feel free to contact support: firstname.lastname@example.org