Salt Lake City, Utah, July 3, 2020 / Rego Consulting and Broadcom have entered into a collaborative relationship to provide a low impact SaaS transition plan for a targeted set of Clarity customers. Rego’s service is designed for customers who have extensive configurations, multiple integrations, and scheduling or resource challenges transitioning to Broadcom’s standard Google Cloud Platform (GCP) environment. Rego’s innovative option reflects both companies’ long-standing relationship and devotion to their mutual customers’ success.
Rego will transition a set of Clarity customers from the current Broadcom infrastructure to an Amazon Web Services (AWS) hosting model while maintaining Oracle as the underlying database. These customers will use Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) and a Stand-Alone Oracle database for database separation, which offers increased flexibility, security, efficiency, scalability, and ability to leverage VPN access.
Finally, the AWS hosting model allows added flexibility enabling customers to upgrade to newer Clarity releases at their cadence.