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Cloud Migration with Zero Downtime

Awaze

Cloud Migration with Zero Downtime

About Awaze

Awaze is the largest managed vacation rentals and holiday resorts business in Europe which brings together some of the continent’s most trusted travel brands, including cottages.com, Hoseasons, James Villa Holidays, Landal GreenParks and Novasol. The company has over 110,000 accommodation choices across 36 countries which are visited by over 8 million holidaymakers each year.


Customer Challenge

The Awaze business was being divested from it’s parent company and needed to migrate its customer facing websites from the incumbent shared services provider. Awaze was looking to migrate off a physical platform, modernising components to take advantage of cloud native capabilities whilst meeting an aggressive timeline.


Awaze


About Computacenter’s AWS Credentials

Computacenter is an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Consulting Partner with over 160 certified AWS consultants and project management professionals.

We work with large enterprise and public sector customers helping them plan, apply and scale their public cloud adoption.


Our Solution

Computacenter proposed a plan and approach that offered a low risk, agile migration of the web applications, negating the requirement for any downtime for cutover and meeting the data center exit deadline. Working collaboratively with the customer we quickly produced automation scripts to stand up the environments, proved the target architecture designs were robust and met their requirements whilst managing the complexity of migrating on-line, revenue generating websites.

Benefits & Outcomes

The customer benefits and outcomes included:

  • Low risk approach by rebuilding the environments
  • Zero downtime migration to avoid revenue loss
  • Agile, scalable and up-to-date platform
  • Transparent Total Cost of Ownership for each of the websites

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