Industry: Banking Sector
Seamless Migration and Virtualization for Enhanced Database Performance
A renowned corporation in Germany approached the IT consulting firm with challenges related to aging hardware, suboptimal database performance, a desire to adopt virtualization, and a need to migrate their Oracle databases from Windows Server to Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) for improved stability and cost savings
Increase in overall business
Increase in customer satisfaction
Reduction in transportation costs
Our client, a leading multinational corporation, faced challenges with their existing IT infrastructure. Their systems were running on aging hardware, and they were looking to streamline operations, improve scalability, and enhance the performance of their critical Oracle databases. To address these concerns, they sought the expertise of our IT consulting firm.
We executed a robust IT solution, featuring state-of-the-art server hardware with RAID 10 for data integrity, Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization for efficient resource allocation, and a seamless migration of Oracle databases to RHEL VMs, ensuring optimal performance and reliability for XYZ Corporation’s applications.
The new hardware and virtualization led to a significant improvement in database performance, resulting in faster query response times and increased productivity.
With the virtualized infrastructure, the client was able to easily scale their resources to accommodate future growth.
Platform Migration Savings
Migrating to RHEL saved the client on licensing costs and provided a more stable database environment.
Data Security and Integrity
The migration process was executed seamlessly, ensuring data integrity and minimal downtime.
Redundant hardware and RAID configurations enhanced system reliability, reducing the risk of data loss.
The successful migration of databases from Windows to Linux, coupled with virtualization and hardware enhancements, significantly improved our client’s IT infrastructure, paving the way for future growth and efficiency.