Improved recovery time, in case of disaster
Improved recovery time, in case of disaster
Cloud migration and transformation

Problem

A US-based brand, offering SAAS business analytics in the restaurant space, wanted to plan and migrate their existing infrastructure from both Private DC and AWS to Azure cloud. The company was considering this transition to reduce their infra spends as well as ensure the seamless scaling up of their business.

Solution

  • Lister suggested As-Is migration for network configuration, Greenfield for one set of applications and Lift & Shift for another
  • Migrated more than 150 servers to Azure cloud
  • We migrated over 1000 TB of data files to Azure cloud, flawlessly
  • Stabilized network tunnelling
  • Provided auto-scalable infrastructure
  • Performed multi-level upgradation of SQL Server version 2005 to 2017 edition, before migration
  • Carried out functional testing, integration testing, performance testing, security testing and DR testing
  • Server optimization using VM resizing and Autoscaling
  • We enhanced the security features, improving overall security through role-based access control and data encryption
  • Offered recommendations to enhance network and application security using DDoS and endpoint vulnerability monitoring
  • Facilitated business continuity by configuration management, custom imaging script and Azure Site Recovery (ASR)
  • Suggested the shutting down of non-production environment during idle hours
  • Replace the static contents of the asset server with an Azure-managed service
  • Data disks encrypted using Azure Key Vault

Outcomes

  • Customers onboarded in quicker turnaround time
  • Reduced infra spends
  • Enhanced business continuity
  • Improved recovery time, in case of disaster
  • Enhanced security features
Testimonial
Senior Director of Product Management – A leading Ed-Tech company in the USA

“It is a wonderful idea. This is definitely going to add value to our product roadmap.”

 

 

Senior Director of Product Management – A leading Ed-Tech company in the USA
Technology Director of a US-based language learning company

“It is great to see the progress of the team. I am including the QA director in this message as I am sure she will be interested to read about your accomplishments in terms of test automation as well. Please tell the team that I continue to be impressed by their work. Well done! “

Technology Director of a US-based language learning company