The data on the file servers of large organizations have often grown historically and have over the years, a considerable complexity reached, the users and administrators alike overwhelmed. Inevitably, parallel structures, redundancies and incorrect access rights arise. Eliminating the single, accidentally detected bug does not help here. But often, due to lack of possibilities, the actual state is still recorded.
At the latest during a file server migration or the preparations for an IAM system, the consistency of these structures should receive special attention.
migRaven.one stands for a holistic restructuring of data and access rights in the Microsoft environments of large organizations. Data, directories, users and access rights are recorded as a complete structure and optimized using graph theoretic approaches.
migRaven.one first provides analysis of your entire folder and rights structure. Various reports such as the Best Practice Report and the Obsolete Data Report inform you comprehensively about your current situation. Whether it's overly complex directory structures, data dumps, incorrect permissions, orphaned AD objects, or recursive group memberships, migRaven.one uncovers the causes of your problems and thus allows you to take the first step towards the desired clean-up process.
Thanks to a special graph database, migRaven can simulate complete directory and authorization structures, thus ensuring a comfortable and secure redesign. Data owners and administrators work together to revise folder structures, sort out old data and correct access rights. It coordinates migRaven.one the cooperation and takes into account the wishes and needs of all involved alike. This results in a significantly simpler data, folder and rights structure within a very short time.
The migration of a file system is included migRaven.one basically linked to an automatic restructuring of all access rights. Likewise, directory structures can be simplified and data separated by data retention. How to optimize with migRaven.one incidentally, your entire file storage, instead of just pushing data from A to B.