Data centre rationalises computing resources at Titan Company
Express Computer|March 2020
TITAN HOSTS A complex IT architecture. The data centre team has been trained by the OEMs to run the software-defined infrastructure, says Krishnan Venkateswaran, Chief Digital and Information Officer, Titan Company
Abhishek Raval

Titan Company has a captive data centre. It is running on a hybrid mode. A few systems are hosted in-house and the rest are on the public cloud. The company runs systems such as Oracle, SAP, applications for the CRM, e-commerce, etc. The core systems - ERP is hosted in the data centre and the e-commerce is on the cloud and the CRM is cloud-native.

On a daily basis, the amount of data handled runs into gigabytes/terabytes. The ERP is hosted on a dedicated infrastructure and it has been like that for many years. The other applications are hosted on a software-defined framework. “We have over 300 VMs and across them, we host all the portals, BPM and other systems,” informs Krishnan Venkateswaran, Chief Digital and Information Officer, Titan Company.

The software uses the hardware efficiently in a software-defined scenario. As a result, Titan has been able to rationalise the computing resources much better.

The data centre team has been adequately trained by the OEMs to run the software-defined infrastructure.

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