InterVision's Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) made internal and external demands simple tasks for this medical solutions company. An elastic infrastructure allowed the client to take on any size client knowing they could scale without runaway capital costs. DRaaS provided the company access to their critical and sensitive data with the highest levels of availability, safety and security.
InterVision was chosen to help the California Secretary of State's office ensure that their website would not be a point of weakness for hackers to tamper with the voting process of elections. We secured communication to the website and migrated the on-premise MySQL database to AWS. The end result was a modernized website that utilized an upgraded CMS and also leveraged cloud based autoscaling and elasticity. These changes alleviated previous performance problems and allowed the SOS website to support the election season without any issues.
The California Department of Technology (CDT), Office of Information Security (OIS) recognized the importance of preparing for State entities to migrate significant internal and customer applications into the cloud. To ensure that these efforts were realized with appropriate secure development processes, security architecture, configuration, and monitoring/management capabilities, CDT sought out InterVision, who developed DevOps/SecOps tools and processes to support both multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments.
Sierra was interested in utilizing Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a part of their backup storage solution. InterVision was asked to provide a solution that would accommodate the backup and disaster recovery needs for their ERP application. InterVision's delivery of a proof-of-concept with AWS Storage Gateway provided Sierra with a clearer picture of how AWS can be utilized to help them reach their business continuity and disaster recovery goals. By the end of this project, Sierra observed the benefits of adopting AWS, and the seamless execution of InterVision sparked greater confidence within Sierra's team to adopt additional cloud services.
CDT chose InterVision to be their technology partner in this endeavor and we developed an AWS infrastructure solution to meet their needs. We also architected an AWS multi-account strategy with multiple environments to meet security best practices. By utilizing the AWS cloud, CDT now has a highly scalable and highly available Splunk implementation for data collection, analysis, and security monitoring of critical infrastructure. As CDT expands and extends Splunk to monitor even more devices and environments, the AWS infrastructure will be able to scale and extend accordingly.
CDTFA engaged InterVision for a solution to meet their unique DR and data storage needs for the AWS cloud. Instead of a one-size-fits all approach, InterVision provided a multi-level storage solution based on how frequently the data would be accessed.
InterVision conducted a DR assessment for CCCCD and determined that the legacy offsite tape backup strategy for all their data could be dramatically improved by shifting the backup and restore strategy to the AWS cloud. With their new AWS/Commvault backup and restore solution, CCCCD can now quickly and easily restore its entire datacenter in a relatively short amount of time and staff effort.
MCCCD had state-of-the-art on-premise technology and a strong IT team to manage the district's local datacenter. However, being a southern California-based college, MCCCD's datacenter and applications were deemed vulnerable and difficult to recover from potential disasters. MCCCD contracted with InterVision to conduct a thorough assessment of its current datacenter and DR preparedness. InterVision delivered of a robust AWS environment supporting multi-site DR, pilot-light DR, and backup-restore DR architecture. This has allowed MCCCD to reach their business continuity and disaster recovery goals.
The company needed flexible, short-term compute resources to support intensive training for a global network of installation partners. By working with InterVision to access resources hosted in the public cloud and by using its own private cloud resources, the client succeeded in cutting capital expenses, reducing operational costs, increasing productivity and enhancing competitive advantage.
An application delivery networking vendor had an increased desire to accelerate deployment lifecycles and deliver more features quickly to their community site, which required the company's development team to quickly improve the site's manageability, scalability and lifecycle management.