Commit 64476f00 authored by David Trattnig's avatar David Trattnig
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Docs: Flesh-out migration

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## Planning the integration into your ecosystem ## Planning the integration into your ecosystem
Before getting starting you need to carefully plan how you want to fit AURA into your infrastructure. Before getting started you need to carefully plan how you want to fit AURA into your infrastructure.
Check out the provided [Deployment Scenarios](deployment-scenarios.md) on ideas for infrastructure integration. Check out the provided [Deployment Scenarios](deployment-scenarios.md) on ideas for infrastructure integration.
### Migration ### Individual test & production instances
If you need ideas on how to migrate and integrate get in touch with us via [Matrix](https://matrix.aura.radio). We could also share some code for some sample migration service, if that's what you need. To keep your radio infrastructure up-to-date, AURA is meant to provide frequent releases.
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In order to keep this process free of glitches, it's good to gain experience in maintaining AURA on a test environment.
But also after moving AURA to production it is highly recommended to have a staging- or test-instance, where new releases are deployed before actually updating the production servers.
### Migration Plan
Rome wasn't build in a day. And a radio software ecosystem isn't migrated in one day either.
Make a plan with different stages. Decide which parts you want to migrate at a certain stage.
Possible stages are:
1. Migrate and continuously synchronize scheduling and show data
2. Integrate your website and other frontends with AURA
3. Test run the actual play-out
4. Make the switch to the new play-out system
### Migration Tools
Several radios are building tools and scripts for migration. Besides offering Best Practices, we can also share some code for a sample migration service, if that's what you need. Let's talk in [Matrix](https://matrix.aura.radio).
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