Migration to Project Server 2016

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Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Strategic category of the Talent Triangle.

Event Description: 

Migrating from one project server to the next version has many paths and pitfalls. Which one that works best for your company depends on your vision and requirements, your budget and perhaps the easiest way to get to your final solution. This session starts by at reviewing your PMO vision and requirements, then planning architectures of the different versions of SharePoint and Project server. Then we review strategies and advantages between doing an upgrades versus a migration. Building your migration with PowerShell scripts and checklists of additional tasks. Once the migration is stabilize, we go over the steps for the final deployment.

Presenter Info:

Michael Wharton, Project MVP, has done over 30 migrations for upgrading project server to newer versions.  Every migration has been a different with its own particular problems, however each has been overcome with proper planning.

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Written by Michael Wharton
MVP, MBA, PMP, MCT, MCTS, MCITP, MCSD, MCSE+I, MCDBA. Michael Wharton is a Project/SharePoint Consultant and Trainer. Michael’s career started as a software developer before moving into project management. His passion to improve project management processes began in 2003 using tools like Project Professional and Server. Since then he has trained hundreds of project managers and implemented Project Server in over twenty-five PMOs. He has passed over forty Microsoft certification exams giving him a solid technical background with Project and SharePoint Server. Michael is active in the community. He is the past President-Elect and past Director of Programs for the NC Piedmont PMI, board member of the Triad SQL Server User Group, Triad Developers Guild and Enterprise Architect Roundtable. He is currently writing a book about implementing Portfolio Management using Project Server 2013.
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