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IT Modernisation and Transition to Cloud

IT Modernisation and Transition to Cloud

Business transformation often implies using elements of digital transformation, leveraging modern infrastructure, from cloud adoption to enterprise and micro-services, together with other technological advances. These can gradually be deployed across the enterprise digital estate as organizations thrive for smarter and leaner automation and integration when “transitioning to scalable and modern platforms”.

IT modernization goes beyond assessing and choosing new technical solutions; it consists of aligning and cascading business requirements, mapping organizational skills, planning readiness criteria and transition governance to ensure successful migration and adoption; from cloud strategy, architecture, service design, new payload analysis, cutover planning and execution.

This continues through infrastructure managed services with ongoing enterprise governance and technical management based on 3DEXPERIENCE data authoring and consumption.

Key Benefits

Scalable cloud capabilities

Leveraging scalable and flexible cloud-based infrastructure, in a cost-effective manner across multiple resources: compute, storage, network, APIs, etc

Effective technology change management

Driving robust infrastructure change processes and associated risk mitigations

Rapid infrastructure architecting

Enabling solution sizing and architecting to specific 3DEXPERIENCE capabilities and data migration requirements

Cost-effective legacy management

Supporting data flow requirements between 3DEXPERIENCE and legacy platforms

Enterprise architecture driven

Defining technical infrastructure elements aligned with PLM roadmap and business change readiness

Capabilities & Solution Elements

Modernization strategy

Keeping current with new technologies implies ongoing modernization and integration with enterprise legacy platforms, leveraging cloud deployment strategies, and hybrid-cloud integration; planning beyond the hype and taking a cost-effective approach


Driving Dassault Systèmes SaaS adoption require a throughout assessment of short- versus long-term perspectives: from scalability, flexibility, cost, skills, security, licensing requirements to other considerations to make the business model work

Infrastructure and environment audit

Assessing the application and associated infrastructure landscape of an organization, from legacy architecture to future changes to align with business imperatives and maturity; understanding the legacy and the art-of-the-possible

On-premise vs cloud / hybrid

Building data connections and technical bridges between enterprise platforms, whether they are hosted on-premise or in a private or public cloud, understanding how these services are managed and the ability to personalize and integrate them

IMS / IaaS

Managing infrastructure as a service for 3DEXPERIENCE requires a strong understanding of the application architecture, how data is constructed and managed under the hood, how enterprise interfaces operate

Legacy decommission

Driving enterprise transformation implies decommissioning dated or redundant application over time; planning and implementing tools to archive and restore legacy data that will not be migrated to the new solution, while remaining compliant

Middleware rationalization

Automating integration of 3DEXPERIENCE data with other enterprise platforms, across the PLM-ERP-MES stack; leveraging service-oriented architecture, consistent and modern middleware solutions

Disaster and recovery

Administrating 3DEXPERIENCE, from user access management post on and off-boarding, performance and stability monitoring, load balancing and technical risk mitigation using off-the-shelve and tailored recovery solutions

Back-up and restore

Concurrently administrating multiple 3DEXPERIENCE environments, from development, QA, training to production environments; ensuring that all aspects of the solution and the data it manages are securely backed-up and recoverable


Infrastructure Architecture
Infrastructure Architecture
The infrastructure architect investigates and analyzes the feasibility of the system requirements, develops the targeted system specifications and is responsible for defining the right infrastructure to secure the deployment of the business solution implementation.
Software Development
Software Development
The software developer is involved in the definition, design, implementation, documentation, integration, testing, and support of reliable and reusable software solutions, addressing functional and business requirements alike.
Systems Administration
Systems Administration
The system administrator performs the installation, administration and configuration of the required operating system, network servers and PLM related software for the realization of customer projects.
Solution Architecture
Solution Architecture
The solution architect is responsible for analyzing and translating business information and technical requirements into the architecture and design of the solution.
Software Architecture
Software Architecture
The software architect defines the software architecture enabling the successful implementation of the solution, such that it suits the business requirements and achieves the desired results under given constraints.

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