Migration of DNB Platform for SMEs from AWS to Azure
Seamlessly migrated the DNB platform from AWS to Azure to support a transaction of INR 75 Cr every day
About the client
Networking Platform company in the business of aggregating, digitalizing and connecting Small & Medium Enterprises to transform their businesses by creating an eco-system for the SME businesses to support and leverage the partners in the ecosystem. They cater to 270K+ SMEs across Singapore, Philippines and India in about 200+ B2B and B2C Industries. The company is estimated to have a cloud footprint of about a $200K per year.
Help the Digital Native Business(DNB) to quickly migrate to Azure from the current AWS platform before the annual expiry of RI resources on AWS, within a short span of 6 weeks
Assessment of current cloud landscape, Design Azure Architecture, Agile Migration, Validation & Cutover
Validation & Cutover
Study the current AWS landscape, identify long prevailing gaps and come up with de-risking mechanisms for a smooth migration. Conduct workshops with application team to identify application interdependencies to be handled during migration.
Identify avenues to elevate the current architecture’s performance and security posture in the new design. Meticulous design by picking Azure services best matching with the currently running AWS services, for uncompromised User experience
Parallel setup and Agile migration of 70 AWS servers to Azure in 3 sprints, using NIMBUS™ Migration framework.
04. Validation & Cutover
Pre and Post Migration Benchmark validations for disk IOPS, to ensure uncompromised performance. Seamless cutover with minimal downtime for cutover < 3 hours
Highly Available systems with 99.99% availability assured by Microsoft
Knowledge Transfer workshops to enable Customer Operations team manage the migrated Azure environment
Saved storage cost almost by 50% through storage cleanup and optimization
We are delighted to have helped the client to seamlessly migrate the DNB platform from AWS to Azure and we look forward for future consolidation and migration of workloads in AWS to Azure