Magento Migration: Elastic Path has you covered

Growing brands choose Elastic Path for its flexibility and speed to deliver unique commerce experiences.


Making the decision to upgrade your eCommerce platform can be a difficult one. Whether that means re-platforming to a new version like Magento or switching to a new solution, you need to consider the implications on your business in both the present and the future. With the eCommerce market becoming more saturated each day, it is imperative that you set yourself apart from your competitors with unique commerce experiences and ensure that you are able to adapt a demanding market quickly.

At Elastic Path our composable, API-first Headless Commerce solutions focuses 3 main areas to guarantee your success and accelerated growth:

  • The control to support any business model, use case, or experience that your unique business needs with on-demand, modern architecture 
  • The simplicity to rapidly embrace a Composable Commerce approach with Pre-Composed Solutions and Composable Commerce Experience Assurance 
  • The trust to run your business at enterprise scale

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Migrating to Magento 2: things to consider first 


If you’re reading this, no doubt you’re aware of the news that Magento is discontinuing its Magento 1 platform. All of those who are still on Magento 1 will eventually need to make the difficult choice of whether to migrate to Magento 2 or a completely new platform

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What to consider when migrating eCommerce platforms

Even though you are well aware of the pitfalls of your current eCommerce platform - be it rigidity, technical debt or the inability to innovate quickly; the thought of re-platforming can be a scary one. It can be costly and time-consuming, and as a result of these factors, the question of whether it’s all worth it creeps in.

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Migrating to Elastic Path

Before you proceed with migrating your data over to Elastic Path from platforms such as Magento, you should take the opportunity to review your current architecture.

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