Suneratech Migrates On-Prem Elastic-Search Cluster to AWS Along With Deploying Logstash

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Suneratech Migrates On-Prem Elastic-Search Cluster to AWS Along With Deploying Logstash

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Tracfone

TracFone Wireless, Inc. is an American prepaid, no-contract mobile phone provider. TFWI is a subsidiary of Verizon Communications and offers products and services under several brands. It operates as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), holding agreements with the United States’ largest wireless network operators to provide service using their networks, including Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile US, Sprint Corporation, and U.S. Cellular. Tracfone® has around 23 million subscribers.

Case Study Overview:

America’s largest no-contract wireless service provider faced challenges with elastic-search cluster migration to AWS along with deploying Logstash. The company used an on-prem elastic search cluster, which was expensive and difficult to maintain. Suneratech migrated all the data from on-prem to AWS elastic-search cluster to enable the use of its ELK capabilities using Logstash for faster data processing. This resulted in significant cost savings and access to the latest features on AWS Elasticsearch such as rotating indices alongside eliminating the need for cluster management.

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