This is an add-on of Improved Import and Export extension for Magento 2. With migration add-on, you can migrate your Magento 1 into Magento 2 by directly connecting databases. Or migrate data from one Magento 2 to another Magento 2 instance.
Extension compatible with all recent versions of Magento 2.1.x, 2.2.x, 2.3.x Open Source (Community), Commerce (Enterprise), Cloud Edition include B2B & Omnichannel!
This is a free Magento 1-2 to 2 migration add-on of Improved Import and Export extension for Magento 2. With the help of the add-on, you can transfer all data from your Magento 1 to Magento 2, or Magento 2 to Magento 2, either using a command line or via administrator panel.
The migration add-on for Magento 2 establishes direct SQL connection between Magento 1 and Magento 2 databases and automatically converts Magento 1 data to a Magento 2 fashion. Unlike the native Magento migration tool, the module provides you with full control over your data:
The add-on allows you to migrate the data without any troubles. Use administrator panel interface or go directly to your command line. The extension can help both the store owners and Magento developers to migrate the data and make Magento 2 transition seamless.
Free Migration add-on is automatically added to your Firebear account download section when you purchased Improved Import and Export extension for Magento 2. Existing Improved Import and Export users also get the download link for the add-on.
When the Improved Import and Export extension for Magento 2 installed, and you have installed M1-M2 Migration add-on you proceed to the configuration page of the extension to specify the Magento 1 or Magento 2 database connection credentials.
The add-on works similar to Improved Import and Export extension for Magento 2. Navigate to Data Migration section, specify the path to your Magento 2 root folder, select entity you want to migrate and hit 'Run'.
That’s pretty much it; the add-on will do the rest; you only need to check the results.
Firebear team offers a full-specter migration service. You give us your Magento 1 store and Magento 2 instance, and we migrate all the data you tell us to. That simple.
If you are not sure you can perform the migration yourself or want to save time and leave it to the guys how have done it a dozen times - drop us a line.
With FREE Migration add-on of Improved Import & Export extension for Magento 2 you can migrate the following entities:
Make sure to read the Migration add-on user manual to understand the order in which the entities should be migrated to prevent any issues.
If you are still using Magento 1 you should have already received a vibrant Adobe notification:
First and foremost, what it means for your business built with Magento 1 are security risks. End of support means that there will be no official security patches, no SUPEEs, and no notifications on new vulnerabilities found.
This is an excellent example of Adobe’s Magento soft power that tells you to move your business to Magento 2. You are not forced to leave Magneto 1, however, highly advised to do so. With the support of Magento 2 expanding and new offers appearing on the media.
The support end date table for Magento 1 Community and Enterprise looks like this:
|System||Support end date|
|Magento 1.9 Community||June 2020|
|Magento 1.14 Enterprise||June 2020|
|Magento 2.1 Open Source and Commerce||June 2019|
|Magento 2.2 Open Source and Commerce||September 2019|
We've included Magneto 2.1 and Magento 2.2 because Free Migration add-on also allows you to move from one Magento 2 store to another.
It is also necessary to take PHP version into account. PHP 5.6 support deadline is the New Year eve of 2019. Magento merchants will be issued a new patch to support PHP 7.2; however, its deadline is still November 2020.
To draw the line, Magento 1 store owners have about a year to consider migration or need to prepare to pay even more to support fading Magento 1 legacy.
The soft power of support date is not the only reason to move to Magento 2. Magento 2 is in so many ways better than Magento 1 that it is hard to stop on particular features. However, we have given it a try and composed a list of why you need to move to Magento 2.
So, how about you migrate to Magento 2? You may consider Magento 2 Open Source for starters and move to Magento 2 Commerce or Cloud later. There are many aspects of migration: Magento 1 to Magento 2 migration cost, finding proper Magento 1 to Magento 2 code migration tool. Anyways, it is the future, and till it isn’t too late Firebear Team has composed one beautiful article that will help you decide how you need to act.