Mastering Drupal Migration: A Higher Ed Handbook

Drupal 10 migration

Higher education institutions are encouraged to migrate their websites from Drupal 7 to Drupal 10 ahead of Drupal 7's end-of-life on January 5, 2025, to avoid security risks and benefit from enhanced features. Drupal 10 offers advanced security, improved performance, better user experience, and streamlined mobile responsiveness, making it a robust platform for modern universities. Promet Source, emphasizes the importance of planning and executing the migration process to ensure a smooth transition and align the new site with institutional goals. Authored by Steve Zipfel, with contributions from Mary Rowell and Amy Kim, the guide details a strategic approach to migration, highlighting key stages and addressing common concerns.

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