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DB2 to AWS Aurora Postgres DB Application Cloud Replatforming for a Leading Data Analytics Firm

DB2 to AWS Aurora Postgres DB Application Cloud Replatforming for a Leading Data Analytics Firm

Cloud migration can provide optimal cloud benefits and cost savings only when there is a capability for rapid cloud migration with zero change in business functionality post the applications cloud replatforming. Hexaware’s Amaze™ for Applications product suite can execute application cloud migration in just weeks with 100% retention of business functionality, and reduce IT spends in multiple areas.

This case study talks about one such engagement with a large data analytics firm where we used Amaze™ for Applications for migrating multiple Java and .NET legacy on-premise applications to the cloud. This cloud migration of DB2 to AWS was expedited by leveraging extreme automation to provide maximum ROI. Also, there was significant TCO reduction after this application cloud replatforming as our strategic solution enabled the elimination of high licensing costs that formed a major chunk of IT spends earlier. The cloud migration was completed in a record time of just a few weeks, which would have taken several months without Amaze™ for Applications. Our automation-led approach also helped to get rid of unnecessary manual efforts.

Business Benefits

  • Significant TCO reduction
  • Elimination of high licensing costs
  • Application cloud migration in weeks

Download this case study to discover how Hexaware’s Amaze™ for Applications helped a large data analytics company to migrate to the cloud in just weeks.

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