Interana uses ESM to maintain system security while upgrading its customers to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS across public clouds

Interana, an analytics software provider, enables users to run advanced big data queries on raw customer data and delivers answers in seconds. Their customers include Microsoft, Comcast and Salesforce.

Interana’s leading-edge platform is based on Ubuntu and deployed directly inside customers’ public cloud environments. This empowers users with some of the fastest analytics capabilities on the market. However, this also means that they have to schedule large-scale data migrations with each client.

Due to the large amounts of customer data that Interana handles, ensuring that security was tight was a priority. Rather than rush the upgrade from Ubuntu 14.04LTS, which would have been a major inconvenience for both Interana and its customers, Interana turned to Canonical and ESM. This ensured that their upgrade rollout was secured and controlled.

“ESM literally saved our lives. It’s allowing us to upgrade from 14.04 LTS at our own pace.”

Zivago Lee, Director of DevOps Engineering, Interana

Download the case study to learn:

  • Why Interana relies on Ubuntu as the foundation for its flagship analytics platform
  • How ESM eliminates security concerns while Interana migrates its customers from Ubuntu 14.04 LTS to 18.04 LTS
  • How ESM is enabling a staggered Ubuntu 18.04 LTS rollout that coincides with upgrades to the new Interana V4 release.

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