The content management system that ran the old website was obsolete, and so the content had to be migrated to a more secure environment (based on Drupal).
Mapping of the structure and content types from the source system (TYP03) to Drupal, followed by the automatic migration of web pages and media files while retaining links and relationships.
Technical realisation of a new website based on Drupal, and content migration to the new system environment.
In April 2017, Erasmus University Rotterdam kicked off a project with the ambitious goal of migrating content from the old website to a new website based on Drupal. “The software that supported our site, TYPO3, had reached the limits of its capability,” explains Hans Pleysier, the project manager. “We had to choose between an upgrade or an entirely new platform. We opted for the latter. The project had to be fast-tracked because of security issues which meant we had until December to complete it. That was as little as nine months.”
Xillio was able to complete the TYPO3 to Drupal migration project in record time. Curious about the full case? Fill out the form and receive the case immediately