Grupo Piñero migrates its IT infrastructure to the cloud | success stories | clouds

Grupo Piñero has made an unconditional leap into the cloud, migrating 100% of its infrastructure to a cloud model. A project that allows it to continue innovating to improve the quality of its services and ensure customer satisfaction through the implementation of pioneering global projects and the promotion of digitization.

“We are bound by tourism, so we are seasonal and need resources based on demand. For this, it is critical to have a flexible infrastructure that allows us to freely access any type of technology that is in the market without having to go through the stages of procurement, supply and start-up,” Explain Matthew Ramon, Chief Information Officer of the Piñero Group.

A project that allows you to continue innovating to improve the quality of your services and ensure customer satisfaction

The group has thus adopted a hybrid model that allows the deployment of the services necessary for the development of technology in Piñero, replacing the four data centers located in Spain so far. In this way, it migrated all of its on-premises environments to the Microsoft Cloud in two phases: the first where everything was migrated to containers and the second where these loads and the rest of the services landed in Microsoft Azure. This has allowed them to have greater flexibility, cost volatility, a It’s time to shop Differential and infrastructure able to adapt to peak demand.

Pablo Carrillo, Logicalis Sales Manager, The implementation of this project is defined as, Complex, with many business implications, requiring highly detailed and in-depth design of the objective solution. and that isWe cannot under any circumstances cut off the service that Grupo Piñero provides to its users, which is why implementing it in such difficult times and without any kind of interruption has been a tremendous challenge.”

With all this, and thanks to the close collaboration between Microsoft, Red Hat and Logicalis, Grupo Piñero has been able to shift its traditional databases towards the cloud world, as well as modernize its applications using Red Hat OpenShift technology.

accurately, Juanjo García, Azure Director in SpainTo confirm “The Grupo Piñero project is a clear example of how a leading company in the tourism sector can leverage cloud technology to transform their traditional databases and modernize their applications using Red Hat OpenShift technology.”

technology that, according to Santiago Lara, Account Manager, Catalunya, and Islas Baleares, Red HatAzureprovided the company with important advantages, such as “Reduced run-in on day one and day two tasks, allowing your IT team to focus on truly valuable tasks; unified support for both vendors and other aspects such as consolidated billing.”

This ambitious project allows Grupo Piñero to provide its infrastructure with more flexibility and versatility, allowing it to adapt cost and workloads to peak demand in the tourism world. In addition, its main sales channel, which is online, was the first to benefit from this scalability, as by launching specific campaigns it can adapt its infrastructure to this peak in demand.

“Our ultimate goal is to have an end-to-end infrastructure that will allow us to obtain real-time information about processes, thus facilitating their analysis and verification, and thus improving their speed and effectiveness,” Concludes Matthew Ramon, Chief Information Officer of the Piñero Group.

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