Migration from Server
to Data Center - Creating
India | BFSI
Xperi Holding Corporation licenses technology and intellectual
property in areas such as mobile computing, communications,
memory and data storage, and three-dimensional integrated circuit
(3D IC) technologies, among others. The company has expanded
business through the formation of Invensas, an innovator in
next-generation semiconductor and packaging technologies.
On December 19, 2019, Xperi and TiVo Corporation announced their
intent to merge. The surviving entity operates under the Xperi Holding
Corporation name, and became one of the largest licensing
companies in the world which was completed on June 1, 2020.
Consolidation of data from all the 3 instances into a single instance
Standardized planning & collaboration practices
Version upgrades to ensure all Confluence instances use the same version.
enreap experts executed migration from
Server to Data Center with Zero Downtime and
helped Xperi increase cross functional efficiency
and collaboration with single source across
enreap took a holistic approach towards the challenges faced by Xperi and possible business impact to draw out the solution. The
focus was not just on migration but the way Xperi could drive best output by standardization across the organization.
We analyzed all the 3 Confluence instances and designed the entire Data Center migration roadmap for the unification of the same.
We built a multiple hop strategy to bring up and merge the old versions with the latest ones.
Considering wider usage of the instance (3000 users globally), appropriate configurations were tuned and documentation of the system was also performed to support Xperi operations and meet performance needs.
The standardization of all the spaces used on the Confluence instance was recommended by enreap that was agreed and signed off.
The Migration to single source from Server to DC was achieved with Zero Downtime during Business Hour. With the standardization in
configuration the Team experienced uniformity across leading to streamlined working. Cross functional efficiency across
geographies increased with better communication and collaboration with single source.
Improved cross-functional and cross-regional collaboration efficiency.
Uniformity across multiple teams with a standardized Confluence instance.
Centralized source of truth and documentations for effective planning and collaboration.
Easier maintenance of integration with third-party applications.