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Enhancing Business Operations through Server Redundancy: A Case Study on MECS

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 Enhancing Business Operations through Server Redundancy: A Case Study on MECS - IoT ONE Case Study
Technology Category
  • Application Infrastructure & Middleware - Event-Driven Application
  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) - Cloud Computing
Services
  • System Integration
The Challenge
MECS, an environmental engineering process technology company, was facing a significant challenge with their critical production server. The server was running software that could no longer be maintained, and there was no one left on staff who understood how the software was built or how to perform a restoration in case of failure. This situation posed a significant risk to the company's operations as the business users had a high dependency on this server. A critical application that was essential for the business operations would not be available if the server failed. The company needed a reliable server and available application to operate the business effectively and efficiently.
The Customer
About The Customer
MECS is an environmental engineering process technology company. They rely heavily on their production servers and applications to operate their business. One of their critical production servers was running software that could no longer be maintained, and there was no one left on staff who understood how the software was built or how to perform a restoration in case of failure. This posed a significant risk to their business operations as a critical application would not be available if the server failed. The company needed a reliable server and available application to operate the business effectively.
The Solution
To address the challenge, MECS sought the expertise of TDK, a technology solutions provider. TDK's team focused on providing redundancy and stability to the application. They quickly and accurately assessed the technology needs of MECS, including the ability to make updates and strengthen system dependability. TDK provided systems analysis to recreate an identical server for mirroring and redundancy. The server was cloned, and scripts were written to automate the necessary processes. TDK developed an automated application to synchronize files and data between the servers and provide the necessary system redundancy. This solution ensured that the critical application would always be available to the users even in the event of a server failure.
Operational Impact
  • As a result of TDK's solution, MECS was able to eliminate a critical risk to their business operations. They now have a redundant and stable production server, ensuring that their critical application is always available to the users even in the event of a server failure. This has significantly improved the reliability and stability of their business operations. The automated processes developed by TDK also reduced the need for manual intervention, further enhancing operational efficiency.

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