Using Azure Red Hat OpenShift, Andreani was able to improve systems with better security and agility, while meeting the 35% increase in volume demand and maintaining existing commitments. Without it, implementing a new OpenShift cluster to handle demand would have taken three to four weeks; this solution enabled Andreani to run workloads in around an hour.
The speed at which this challenging goal was accomplished was largely due to the collaboration between Andreani, Red Hat, and Microsoft working together as a team. This solution has also allowed Andreani to scale as needed based on business demand, with the flexibility of using both on-site and cloud resources. The efficient, demand-based expense management, and accelerated IT service delivery greatly improved user experience. The next step in their digital transformation journey will be to update OpenShift versions in its datacenter to scale horizontally and move hybrid cloud workloads dynamically.
Andreani sees the benefits go far beyond revenue. More than 300 clients, 5,000 users, and more than 2 million recipients received improved quality of service amid one of the most challenging global crises caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.