Modernised infrastructure delivers streamlined IT operations, improved protection against cyberthreats, and room to grow.
At Liseberg, Sweden’s largest amusement park, preparations are well underway for the park’s 100th anniversary. The all-new Oceana water park and a family hotel will open in time for the 2023 celebrations. Liseberg has long ranked as Sweden’s top tourist destination and, before the Covid-19 pandemic, steadily counted more than three million visitors annually.
Liseberg runs its own IT department independent of the owner, the city of Gothenburg. Operations and service delivery are mainly on-premises.
Liseberg had a need to modernise its IT infrastructure to address new business requirements, support growth and to streamline operations. New demands on capacity, performance and security also called for a new backup solution.
Proact proposed a new design for Liseberg’s on-premises data centre, with a hyperconverged infrastructure and a backup function which provides higher performance and enhanced security.
“We have numerous applications and many integrations between these. We have come to the conclusion that we benefit from having our own IT team with user support, operations and development in-house