ENAM had over 126 servers deployed all over Mumbai. ENAM decided to completely overhaul its IT infrastructure by bringing together all its resources into a new state-of-the art fully-equipped datacenter in Mumbai. Virtualization was at the core of this strategy.
The solution suggested by Pentagon included VMware® vSphere. Pentagon deployed 10 DELL servers, hosting 54 virtual servers. Virtualization has facilitated the creation of an off-site DR center as well. ENAM now enjoys 100% application up time.
Financial Technologies India Limited (FTIL) owns and operates 10 international financial exchanges across Africa, the Middle East, India and South East Asia. Their rapidly-expanding business was straining the existing IT infrastructure.
For FTIL, Pentagon mobilized a virtualization plan, using VMware®. Today, FTIL has increased CPU utilization to 70%, up from 8% pre-virtualization and extended storage capacity by up to 3TB. It has saved significantly vis-à-vis space, hardware and maintenance cost. Now, the company runs 100 virtual servers on just 2 physical hosts.
To comply with the global IT architecture standard, Total Oil India Pvt. Ltd. (a subsidiary of Total S.A.) needed to deploy an infrastructure that supported additional applications and servers while optimizing the available datacenters and putting a back-up plan in place.
Pentagon recommended a virtualized infrastructure based on VMware ® technologies in their Mumbai datacenter and Navi Mumbai facility. The organization now uses 14 virtual machines on 3 servers in their Mumbai datacenter. Virtualization has helped Total Oil eliminate server procurement cost of Rs 10 lakh.
Pentagon has, as its client, one of India’s largest online shopping channels, a joint venture between two of Asia’s largest e-retail companies. This channel reaches out to a wide array of consumers across India and provides unparalleled service and convenience of shopping from the comfort of their homes. Our client needed to make its services even more customer-centric. The goal was to set up a system that responded to customer requests in the fastest possible way and met business demands
Pentagon analysed their existing infrastructure and suggested a migration of infrastructure from Intel to Unix with Oracle database. To enable the platform to handle the increasing workload requirements and offering faster response times, Pentagon set up clustered servers with Storage infrastructure as architecture design. There was a 20%-30% faster response with Unix architecture. Our solution contributed to decreasing the online transaction time around 15%-20%.