Five days after a catastrophic event infected all servers, Michael Kogon and his team at Pull-A-Part were exhausted. Having repeatedly reviewed their processes, the company’s systems were still only running at 10%. CPU spikes and page drops were a constant. A 20-minute daily process was now taking 40. Most notably, the company was unable to purchase products to sell due to the debilitated environment. Read Now >
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation saved 75% on annual IT administrative costs with Denny Cherry & Associates Consulting’s (DCAC) Cloud Migration and Data Warehousing Solution that offers scalability, reliability, and agility.
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation [EGPAF] is the global leader in the fight against pediatric HIV/AIDS and has reached nearly 30 million pregnant women with services to prevent transmission of HIV to their babies. Stephanie Bruno is the Senior Manager of Informatics.
Founded in 1992, William Ryan Homes is the award-winning home builder of more than 10,000 new homes across the United States.
IT Support Coordinator Peter Guzman has been with the company for six years.
When employees and clients of William Ryan Homes started complaining about slow applications, Peter Guzman knew it was time to go to the cloud.
“Our contractors couldn’t see what their next task was on the schedule, so they couldn’t move things around to reschedule vendors in accordance with construction. Everything was SLOW,” Peter explains.
The on-premise server critical to ERP/ERM was on its last legs and their SQL Server software was out of support. The fiscally prudent choice was to migrate to the cloud to spare the company major capital expenditures. But as the lone IT support coordinator for the whole company, Peter couldn’t manage a migration in addition to production needs. He needed an expert capable of doing the migration seamlessly and the consultant had to be willing to work around the company’s multiple time zones of production. He turned to an expert he trusted in the IT community, who gave him two names. Peter called them both. Read Now >
ATTOM Data Solutions is the curator of ATTOM, a multi-sourced national property data warehouse that contains tax, deed, mortgage, foreclosure, environmental risk, natural hazard, health hazard, neighborhood characteristic and property characteristic data for over 155 million U.S. properties, delivering actionable data to clients and powering consumer websites owned by ATTOM Data Solutions: RealtyTrac.com, Homefacts.com, and HomeDisclosure.com. ATTOM data is cited by thousands of media outlets each month, including frequent mentions on CBS Evening News, The Today Show, CNBC, CNN, FOX News, PBS NewsHour and in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and USA TODAY.
Todd Teta and Richard Sawicky are the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Data Officer respectively.
Acquisitions require consolidating data, and when you’re a data company like ATTOM Data, that usually means moving A LOT of data. In ATTOM’s case, this involved consolidating and moving a full 50 Terabytes to Azure to save money and enjoy greater scalability, while unifying their software.
Watch our webcast which was broadcast on April 1st, or April 2nd (depending on which part of the world you are in) as Kevin Kline and Denny Cherry talk about the Top 5 Considerations When Moving Databases to Azure.
As Microsoft MVP’s and Partners as well as VMware experts, we are summoned by companies all over the world to fine-tune and problem-solve the most difficult architecture, infrastructure and network challenges.
And sometimes we’re asked to share what we did, at events like Microsoft’s PASS Summit 2015.