Could you please help me out to accomplish the task below correctly and accurately?
Scenario: I have a Test SharePoint 2013 environment that has a Web Application e.g. (http://Intranet.Corp.com/) with a Managed Path e.g. (Team).
The Web Application consists of 51 sites collections, and their details are like:
The first site collection: http://Intranet.Corp.com/Site/Admin => This site collection has its own content database which is named (Admin_DB)
All the other 50 site collections reside in one single content database which is named (Teams_DB), and their URLs are: http://Intranet.Corp.com/ (Root Site Collection) http://Intranet.Corp.com/Team/Management http://Intranet.Corp.com/Team/Sales http://Intranet.Corp.com/Team/Marketing : :
Requirement: I have a Production SharePoint 2013 environment where I have to replicate everything I have in my Test-Environment, But with different Naming and URLs.
In other words, I need a Web Application e.g. (http://Web.Corp.com/) with a Managed Path e.g. (Team).
Also, I must move/migrate all the 51 sites collections from the Test-Environment to this new Production-Environment, and the newly moved/migrated 51 site collections with their content databases and URLs must be like:
The first site collection: http://Web.Corp.com/Site/Administration => This site collection has its own content database which is named (Administration_DB)
All the other 50 site collections must reside in one single content database which is named (AllTeams_DB), and their new URLs must be: http://Web.Corp.com/Team/Management http://Web.Corp.com/Team/Sales http://Web.Corp.com/Team/Marketing : :
So, Could you please guide me how to achieve this task? I know how to Backup and Restore the databases in SQL Servers, But I am concerned about the different Naming and URLs.