Sainsbury’s had been busily migrating its considerable e-commerce platform to the cloud at the same time embracing DevOps, automation and cloud native services. Peripheral to the main catalogue of groceries were a number of smaller yet crucial services that needed to be moved to the cloud platform. These included the Oracle Real-time Scheduling component (ORS).
The Sainsbury’s Groceries Online (GOL) website was hosted across multiple data centres, on mostly dedicated hardware. Embracing DevOps would: increase quality, environment availability and unlock business agility by improving release frequency.
Specsavers holds 1,978 branches around the world, turning over £2.6 billion in 2017/18. As one of the largest multinational optical retail chains, they own a number of depots around the world focusing on manufacturing and logistics. When Specsavers add a new location, the systems that pick and dispatch stock are critically important.
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