You can migrate your data from vCloud Automation Center 5.2.3 to vRealize Automation 6.2.
The following high-level overview shows the steps required to migrate to vRealize Automation 6.2.
Read Migrating vCloud Automation Center 5.2.3 to vRealize Automation 6.2. for important information about processes and prerequisites.
Verify that the Identity Appliance and Windows IaaS servers belong to the same domain as the source vRealize Automation system servers or to a domain with identical domain trusts to the source system servers.
Join your Identity Appliance to your Native Active Directory domain. See Configure the Identity Appliance.
Verify that the names of Distributed Execution Orchestrators and Distributed Execution Workers for vRealize Automation 6.2 exactly match the names you used in your vCloud Automation Center 5.2.3 deployment. See Install the Distributed Execution Managers.
Verify that agent and proxy agent names for vRealize Automation 6.2 exactly match the names you used in your vCloud Automation Center 5.2.3 deployment. See Installing Agents.
Configure the default tenant ID store for Native Active Directory. See Configure a Native Active Directory Identity Store.
You must appoint one or more users to the administrative roles. Groups are not supported for migration. See Appoint Administrators.
Migrate your 5.2.3 deployment to vRealize Automation 6.2 using the migration tool. See Migrating vCloud Automation Center 5.2.3 to vRealize Automation 6.2..