This was precisely the challenge that santalucia was facing. “Managing and maintaining what had gradually become a heterogeneous IT environment was proving complex and costly for us, and leveraging our legacy systems was simply no longer viable. We were spending far too much time on system updates and upgrades.
“Because of this we chose to look for a more efficient and profitable way of providing the company with the technology required to facilitate business expansion.”
“The SUSE operating system was the solution that offered the best value for money and the required stability and capacity for us to carry out a pain-free migration.”
The company chose to migrate the majority of its existing operating systems to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server with Expanded Support, with SUSE Manager providing complete lifecycle management and control for the estate of Linux servers.
The Expanded Support feature enables santalucia to access expert support from SUSE for its remaining instances of Red Hat Enterprise Linux as well as for its SUSE servers.
“The migration process was performed very gradually and smoothly over the course of two years.”
santalucia leverages SUSE Linux Enterprise Server to provide a resilient, trusted and solid foundation for its core business applications—such as Tomcat application servers and Oracle Application Server—which in turn enable the company to keep implementing plans and strategies for growth.
To manage updates and patches rapidly and consistently, santalucia uses SUSE Manager, which also offers automated provisioning of virtual servers and enhances system security and control.
“Thanks to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and SUSE Manager we have boosted productivity and slashed the costs connected with managing and maintaining a complex, heterogeneous environment of multiple operating systems. This allows santalucia to keep pursuing its ambitious expansion plans.”
By increasing capacity and scalability in its Linux landscape, the company can now respond to new deployment requests in a faster, more effective way.