Magento 1 to Magento 2 Migration - The Ultimate Guide (Updated 2018)

by Maulik Shah Magento and CRM Specialist | CEO

Magento 2, the transformed version of the Magento Ecommerce Platform, comes with a brand new architecture, coding structure, and database design. The support for Magento 1 will end soon. Already the best minds in the ecommerce development industry are focused on making Magento 2 a successful ecommerce platform.

Magento based ecommerce stores are a visual delight for online shoppers. Moreover, they have been offering excellent flexibility and scalability to the business owners. But what about the superior performance of the website once the e-store has been set up? How do you ensure that your website has enhanced features and excellent UI? Well, the best way to do so is to upgrade the version of the platform and make a transition to the latest version. Yes, we are talking about Magento 1 to Magento 2 migration here.

if you befall in the category of Magento e-store owners who are happy with the Magento 1 comfort zone and are afraid to make the big move; this article is for you. We are here with a guide to help you make a flawless translation.

  1. The Magento 2 Move: Why It Isn't as Difficult to You Think It Is?

  2. Be Bugs Ready

  3. Exporting the System

  4. The Backup Time

  5. Update Data to Match the Domain

  6. Time to Migrate

  7. Get Testing

Once all Magento migration processes are successfully over, do not forget to test the Magento 2 store thoroughly to ensure that everything functions properly. Going from Magento 1 to Magento 2 is no easy task, but with enough planning and attention to detail, you can pull it off with little-to-no downtime.

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About Maulik Shah Advanced   Magento and CRM Specialist | CEO

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