AWS Migration Hub
User Guide

What Is AWS Migration Hub?

AWS Migration Hub provides a single place to discover your existing servers, plan migrations, and track the status of each application migration. The AWS Migration Hub provides visibility into your application portfolio and streamlines planning and tracking. You can see the status of the servers and databases that make up each of the applications you are migrating regardless of which migration tool you are using.

AWS Migration Hub gives you the choice to start migrating right away and group servers while migration is underway, or to first discover servers and then group them into applications. Either way, you can migrate each server in an application and track progress from each tool in the AWS Migration Hub. It supports migration status updates from the native AWS services AWS Database Migration Service, AWS Server Migration Service, and CloudEndure Migration, as well as the partner tools ATADATA ATAmotion and RiverMeadow Migration SaaS.

For more information, open the AWS Migration Hub console at, and in the navigation pane under Migrate, choose Tools. Note that you must first have an AWS account and credentials to access the Migration Hub console - see Setting Up.

Are You a First-Time User of AWS Migration Hub?

If you are a first-time user of AWS Migration Hub, we recommend that you read the following sections in order:

For a guide through the steps of migration, see the following topics:

If you want to learn about sending status to or querying status from AWS Migration Hub using the AWS SDK or AWS CLI, see:

Also, if you have a tool that you want to integrate with AWS Migration Hub, contact us by choosing Feedback in the lower left-hand corner of the footer in the AWS Migration Hub console. For all support issues, contact us here.