Number of Devices: 150
Locations: Houston to Houston
Headquartered out of North Carolina, Technimove have a presence across all of the major US Data Centre hubs including North Virginia/ Washington DC, New York/NJ, Chicago, Atlanta, Seattle, Dallas, Phoenix, Santa Clara / San Jose & the South Bay.
Whether it is migrating infrastructure internally within a Data Centre or completing large scale DC migrations across multiple states, Technimove have a highly skilled team of project managers & Data Centre engineers to successfully deliver critical migrations whilst minimising both risk & downtime.
As the chosen migration partner for IBM and having completed over 700 successful migration projects for their clients, Technimove were requested to complete the critical migration project within the Engineering & Consultancy industry.
The projects challenges and risks
Project had to have minimum downtime as it involved mission critical data for business continuity.
Detailed migration planning was needed as project involved complexities due to the large number of servers to be migrated in one phase.
- Assigned a dedicated project manager to oversee entire project, the resource was embedded in client and vendor meetings to ensure project planning was in line with desired outcome.
- Completed a pre cable to ensure risk and downtime was mitigated to deliver the migration in one phase.
- Conducted physical audit and pre-cabling weeks before scheduled migration and migrated equipment one phase.
- Our proven migration methodology of an audit & cable trace, pre-cable, decommission and re-commission ensured all critical data centre infrastructure was migrated within the agreed timescales minimising risk & all disruption to the business.
- Re-commissioned and connected the equipment, undertook final checks before handing the equipment back over to the client to power up.
Project managed approach reduced efforts & risk for the client. The project was delivered within agreed Timescales.
Pre migration activities ensured business continuity and minimal disruption