For this client, a collaboration was ongoing on other SAP-related projects. So, as the project grew and became more complex, a migration was required. After a series of discussions and a thorough analysis, we concluded that migrating to Microsoft AZURE Cloud represented the most suitable solution. Cost reduction and enhanced flexibility in adding or removing hardware to or from the existing landscape, were among the main reasons for undergoing this migration. Besides that, the migration should’ve ensured a more stable and scalable infrastructure.
To ensure timely delivery, together with the client, we identified and established a three-phase timeline for the whole migration project. So, we have separated the migration in three environments or waves: development, quality, and production.
For the first and the second wave (development and quality), we identified all the issues related to the migration project. Then, we created all the procedures to fix them. During the last wave, we migrated the SAP System in a healthy and stable way, thus ensuring a limited number of errors.
One of our main values, full transparency was ensured. Throughout the project, the client had full control and a clear overview of the system changes, as well as the workload. In a few months, our clients had a new safe and scalable SAP infrastructure.