Reduction of TCO through Consolidation
for a
German Communication Player

Cloud computing

Executive Summary

A leading German communication player with operations in 3 geographies, as well as three data centers, 150+ servers, 54 applications, 11 business units, and 500 users was considering different options to reduce the Total Cost of Operation (TCO).

Client Challenges

  • DC Consolidation
  • Reducing TCO
  • Performance enhancement
  • Agility to support global business expansion

Technology Stacks

  • Communication application Terminal Emulator Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
  • Virtualization
  • Linux base Ubuntu 16.4 server
  • Windows 2016 Server

Our Solutions:

  • Moved 40% load to public cloud
  • Application migration: 28
  • Optimization: 17%
  • Increased virtualization: 70+ %
  • Transformation: V-block
  • Legacy modernization: 7 server upgrade
  • Automation: scripting, process
  • Modernization: 15 server upgrade
  • Optimization: 15%
  • Consolidation: 10% de-commissioned
  • Automation

Quantifiable Benefits

  • 41% reduction in Total Cost of Operation (TCO)
  • Scalable/flexible architecture to suffice fluctuating businesses
  • Significant increase in time-to-market for new products
  • Efficient DR through cloud
  • Reduction of DC footprint by 40%
  • Improved productivity: Better collaboration

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