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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Domino's moves online ordering from AWS to Azure

The global migration of the OneDigital cloud begins.

Domino Pizza Rest counting down the days until the baseline control system begins taking pizza orders to a new Azure platform environment as a service in Australia.

The retailer has recently taken the decision to withdraw the OneDigital AWS system globally and transfer it to Microsoft's cloud technology.

Domino has used Amazon Web Services as a hosting partner for all of its critical systems over the past four years. It has a small number of systems - such as Exchange, which is currently moving to Office 365 - housed in a server room in Brisbane.

While most of its core platforms remain in AWS, last year the pizza chain decided to move its own OneDigital Microsoft Azure PaaS .NET platform into the world.

OneDigital is the online ordering platform that is used by all Domino markets worldwide to process orders.

Unlike Domino's infrastructure as a service with AWS, Azure PaaS offers the pizzeria chain support for the entire web application lifecycle through servers, storage and networking, as well as development tools, intelligence Business, middleware and database management.

"Going to PaaS, we believe we will be able to advance in our high regional availability, better contain our development costs - because we will be able to use many of the standard Azure services - the experience closer to users," said Wayne McMahon, the IOC to ITnews.

Each instance of the Domino OneDigital Region will be centrally organized, but all cases worldwide orders from one of Domino's regional operations.

"If such an A / NZ converter hit the nearest body [at home] and it was not available, it would go to the next closest available, and so on," McMahon said.

However, the retailer will ensure that orders in the areas where the rules on personal data protection are processed are processed locally and not to take risks with the privacy of the customer.

Domino Pizza Rest Australia and New Zealand are in the final test of Azure, with live orders "imminent" according to McMahon. Japan will change in the coming months, with European markets to follow.

The objective of the company is to be fully migrated at the end of the current fiscal year.

However, McMahon said there are no plans to move any of the other major pizza chain systems out of the AWS and Azure environment.

"AWS is still a very important partner for us. There is no compelling reason to move our other critical systems," he said.

"They do not necessarily benefit from PaaS."

Code cleanup

Domino has taken the opportunity to embark on an improvement program that consists of optimizing thousands of services associated with the OneDigital platform.

"We use the PaaS opportunity, not only by getting services and moving, but methodically through all the services to make sure it is not optimal," said McMahon.

The IT team began clearing the code and "finding better ways to do things" last September and has since completed the process.

Large pieces of work include the service layer rewrite since the SQL Server approval on AWS DocumentDB in Azure, McMahon said - "very important parts of our architecture that can be done with the price and good and how we are managing."

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