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Updated by Tigren Solutions on Jun 17, 2020
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Magento 2 Migration - Magento Migration

Should We Migrate Magento 1 to Magento 2 Or To Another Platform?

Magento 1 End Of Life (June 30, 2020) will drive current Magento 1 stores to the verge of serious security risks, PCI DSS non-compliance, and ruined reputation. Therefore, major credit card companies like PayPal and VISA have urged merchants to migrate Magento 1 to Magento 2 or change to another e-commerce platform at the earliest. However, what is the best option to rescue the store from Magento 1 EOL? Let’s find out the answer!

10 Devastating Consequences Of Magento 1 End Of Life

In September of 2018, Magento announced the future end of support for Magento 1. More specifically, it will no longer provide security patches and quality fixes, etc… for all Magento 1 stores. The official day of Magento 1 End Of Life (EOL) was decided on 30 June 2020.
If you have no plan for Magento 2 migration now or in the future, you should reconsider it, seriously. There are a lot of fallouts from not migrating to Magento 2 that you might not realize:

How To Spend The Least On Magento Migration? - Magento 2 Migration - Medium

The official day of Magento 1 End of Life is coming close. However, many companies still delay migration to Magento 2 due to not having enough budget. In general, Magento migration cost will be in the range of $20,000–50,000 when being implemented by the US/ UK Magento developers. That’s why it becomes a financial burden for small businesses.
To help all Magento e-commerce stores to migrate from Magento 1 to Magento 2 even when they just have a tight budget, this post will suggest three practical ways to minimize the cost of Magento 2 migration. Let’s find out!

Magento 2 Migration Is NOT Recommended In These 5 Cases

One of the most common advice for Magento merchants is to implement Magento 2 migration before “Magento 1 end of life”. However, from my perspective, migrating to Magento 2 is not a perfect option for everyone. You can absolutely maintain your current website if being in one of the following situations...