Migrating data used for auth is a pain. People have to login to your application, and maintaining access is critical. User data is often siloed and ch

Slow migration of user data

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Migrating data used for auth is a pain. People have to login to your application, and maintaining access is critical. User data is often siloed and changes at the whim of your users.

A slow migration of user data can make the process easier. But first, why would you endure the data migration pain? There are many reasons why you might decide to migrate your user data.

Perhaps you’ve been burned by home grown auth systems and want to migrate to a more secure, more featureful library or standalone auth solution. Maybe you want a single view into customers’, users’ or employees’ profile data across all your applications.

Or maybe you have an outdated user management system with an impending license renewal and you want to migrate to a different system with a better cost structure. Or, perhaps you are looking to integrate both COTS applications and home grown internal apps and want a centralized auth system which supports standards. Such a bottleneck architecture gives administrators more insight and control, while allowing users to have just one set of credentials:

Once you’ve decided to undertake the migration, using a slow migration process allows the movement of customer data with minimal impact to existing users and systems.

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