Well, I'm becoming a happier camper...
Sunday I officially flip from being a "Term" appointment (and thus needing to essentially compete for my job every couple years,) to a "Perm" appointment (meaning, well, I can stay put until I'm dead, retired, or I'd bet hit by a RIF.) So that's a good thing for me.
Today I had time to do some testing on my homelab, we're migrating over the next couple months to the "cloud" and to do this all the various logins, Agent jobs, Linked Servers, and my nemesis, SSIS packages will need to be migrated. Logins are easy, plenty of scripts to do it with the passwords for SQL Logins, took the time to play with the dbatools.io PowerShell module, and I *WILL* find a way to get that on my servers for the migration! WAY to easy.
SSIS was probably my larger concern, because we've got some developers using the SSIS Catalog. Either I wasn't aware of it, or it's new-ish, but there's a way to backup the SSISDB and restore it to the new server and not needing to do anything wonky like either exporting / importing all the packages, or uploading them from source. Sure, people will need to dive in to change connections and the like, but the smart ones will have set that up as parameters and be done in a day.
It's the folks that still have their packages in MSDB that are going to have...
For certain values of "fun."