Cloud Migration for Large Construction Company
Our client is one of the largest general contractors in the United States, with more than $1bln in annual revenue. The goal was to shift applications and data from 75 servers running in the data center to the cloud. With limited staff, the company’s IT department wanted to spend more time on business operations and less time operating a data center and hardware facilities.
- Eliminate the company’s massive in-house data centers that were too difficult to provision and maintain
- Increase security, reliability, and cost transparency of the web-based applications.
- Minimize the time required for maintenance and capacity increases
- Improve ability to handle traffic surges
- Improve performance and engineering efficiency
Initial migration used a hybrid environment (private data center and Google Cloud Platform), providing redundancy, reducing risk, and allowing the customer to perform A/B testing.
As final architecture, Proxet proposed an active-active architecture across multiple cloud providers — Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Amazon Web Services (AWS). The main reason for such architecture was a requirement to improve the resiliency of their production systems, to be better positioned to survive a regional or global failure.
- 27 Applications migrated to AWS, including six Oracle-based financial applications
- Cloud Adoption Readiness Tool
- TSO Logic
- Cloud Endure
- BMC Discovery
- New Relic Software Analytics
- Migration Acceleration Program
- AppDynamics Application Intelligence Platform
- The Google Cloud SDK
- Cloud Deployment Manager
- Google Cloud Source Repositories
- Google Cloud Platform Tools for IntelliJ
- Google Cloud Platform Tools for PowerShell
- Cloud Tools for Visual Studio
- The Firebase Test Lab