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Self-service Control Room Migration

  • Updated: 2022/07/26
    • Automation 360 v.x
    • Install
    • RPA Workspace

Self-service Control Room Migration

Manage the migration provisioning process with self migration capabilities and the flexibility to choose manual or automated migration.


To perform this task, you must be a Control Room administrator and have the required rights and permissions.

Complete the Cloud Migration Control Room setup before provisioning an IQ Bot server with the Control Room, if proper entitlement is licensed.

Note: Migration is currently not supported on GCP.


  1. Log in to A-People using your login credentials: A-People home page (login required).
  2. Click the Licenses and Cloud Services tab.
  3. On the navigation pane on the left side, click the Cloud Control Rooms Instances tab to display a list of provisioned and unprovisioned Cloud Control Room instances for the different types of Cloud Control Room instances.
    The inventory view displays the different parameters about provisioned Cloud Control Room instances, such as domain name, Control Room URL, and the region from where the Control Room is hosted. Use the region name to subscribe to maintenance notifications on
  4. In the Control Room Name field, enter a name.
  5. Select the type of migration.
    • Automation Migration with Migration Utility. For more information, see Install Cloud Migration Utility.
    • Manual Migration. You will get a new Cloud Control Room to work with.
  6. In the Cloud Control Room Domain Name field, enter a domain name.
    The domain name must be a unique name that will be part of your Cloud Control Room URL. The portal checks and validates the uniqueness of the domain name across the system. Consider the following examples for domain names:

    Example URL for pure Cloud Control Room: https://<domain-name>

    Example URL for pure Cloud Sandbox Control Room: https://<domain-name>

  7. Select an Environment option.
    The options are Production, Development, and UAT. By default, for Sandbox Control Room, only the Sandbox option is displayed here.
  8. Select the Country from where most of your users will access this Control Room.
    Based on the country you select, your Cloud Control Room will be hosted from a region that is nearest.
    Note: After provisioning is done, the Country for the Cloud Control Room cannot be changed.
  9. Select you Region.
    Note: After provisioning is done, the Region for the Cloud Control Room cannot be changed.
  10. Select and specify the Cloud Control Room administrator.
    You can either select from existing customer contacts or create one. If you are creating a user, enter details such as first name, last name, and email address.
  11. To generate the migration code, click Save.
    The View tab displays the migration code.
  12. Copy the migration code to the Cloud Migration utility. This will export and import the data to Cloud.
Note: You can click the View tab for the following:
  • View the migration code.
  • Regenerate the migration code when the code is expired.
  • Indicates that the Cloud Control Room is ready for use by displaying the user credentials.
  • Displays the status of the Cloud Control Room during the migration process.
Note: During the migration process, you can view the stages of migration: New, Consumed, Expired, Renewed, or Complete.
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