DAB Pumps modernized IT infrastructructure delivering applications 60% faster

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Luciano Di Leonardo, Federico Zorzi and Jehlum Vitasta

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DAB Pumps manufactures and markets technologies for handling and managing water, producing more than 2.5 million items each year. Their goal is to double the size of their business in 5 years. To achieve this, they needed to unify their existing IT systems and ensure centralized management and visibility across their infrastructure. And they needed to use real-time customer and machine (pumps) data to operate more efficiently, streamline the user experience, and innovate faster with a scalable, reliable, and cloud-ready architectural solution, developed with cloud-native technologies. Join this webinar to see how DAB Pumps was able to reduce development cycles and get applications to market in 60% less time than before. DAB Pumps will shed light on how they are deploying Red Hat Application Services and using MongoDB on Red Hat OpenShift as the main database to integrate and accelerate data access for critical systems, such as InforLN ERP, product lifecycle management (PLM), customer relationship management (CRM) and business intelligence (BI). The IT team now has centralized management and visibility across its infrastructure. Their solution maximizes performance, reduces complexity, high maintainability of the solutions and provides a consistent reduction of costs. And his project has been awarded the “Red Hat Digital Leaders Awards 2021 (EMEA)” in the “Cloud-Native Solutions” category. Featuring: Luciano Di Leonardo, Lead Enterprise Architect, DAB Pumps S.p.A., Federico Zorzi, Enterprise Architect, DAB Pumps S.p.A., Jehlum Vitasta, Pandit Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat,
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