There are a couple ways you can do this depending on what data you intend on moving over. DiRT backup/restore will restore the entire database. However, DiRT will only backup and restore to the same version of Unity. Therefore, you'd have to DiRT backup your 4.x. On your new server, build it up to the same 4.x version, perform the DiRT restore, then proceed to upgrade to 7.x. See the following doc for all of the requirements and what data is saved/backed up:
I don't have any documentation that lists specifically what you need to purchase. But from a technology standpoint, you'll need to make sure you follow the upgrade guide that I posted and be sure you've purchased the proper upgrade license, the 7.x software and that you're running on a supported hardware configuration for 7.x which can be found here:
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