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DVDZone2.com From Linux to Windows 2003 Gregory Bronchart [web-o-net] Fabrice Cornet [BrainSys]

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1 DVDZone2.com From Linux to Windows 2003 Gregory Bronchart [web-o-net] Fabrice Cornet [BrainSys]

2 Session Overview DVDZone2 presentation First Linux implementation Oct 1998 Second Linux version Oct 2000 Windows 2000 migration Nov 2002 Windows 2003 migration Sep 2003 Future Plans 2005

3 DVDZone2 Corporate overview First website to sell DVDs in Europe [B2C] Joins the biggest entertainment wholesaler in Belgium Extends his business audience [B2B] and products [Games, CDs,…] Supply Chain model User interface [website] Order processing [back office + logistics]

4 Supply Chain Model User Interface [website] Browse catalog [search engine] Manage shopping basket Log in or register Choose delivery options Confirm order Process online payment [reservation]

5 Supply Chain Model Order Processing [Back Office + Logistics] Inform customer by Reserve products if in stock Order to supplier if out of stock Receive products from supplier Pick products from stock Process online payment [transfer] Invoice & package Dispatch info to carriers

6 First Linux Implementation Business Basic e-Commerce website [3000 products] No history, no login [customer input] Batch oriented [once a day] No link to supplier IT Best scenario : 48 – 72 hours

7 First Linux Implementation Infrastructure Hosted in USA Linux shared hosting FTP updates [once a day] Back Office Mercator [customized]

8 First Linux Implementation Development CGI [Perl] Data stored in flat files Implemented in 4 months

9 First Linux Implementation Pros Low startup cost

10 First Linux Implementation Cons Multiple encoding time Important downtime [shared infrastructure] Batch processing High development and maintenance costs

11 Second Linux Implementation Business Basic e-commerce website [5000 products] Login to speed up order process Batch oriented [once a day] No link to supplier IT Standard notification [once a day] 5000 unique visitors per day Best scenario : 48 – 72 hours

12 Second Linux Implementation Infrastructure Hosted in Belgium SuSe Linux dedicated server FTP updates [once a day] Back office Mercator [customized]

13 Second Linux Implementation Development CGI [Perl] Data stored in flat files MySql database [customers] PHP Implemented in 1 month

14 Second Linux Implementation Pros Server accessibility [Belgium vs USA] Customer management beginnings

15 Second Linux Implementation Cons No real tracking No real history 2 additional persons needed for order processing Patch management and downtime ½ dedicated system administrator Experienced Linux system administrators are expensive and rare

16 Windows 2000/2003 Migration Business Real-time processing Full history Unlimited language support products [music, games] Search engine + enriched content Over unique visitors per day Integrated in IT corporate policy Best scenario : 15 minutes

17 Windows 2000/2003 Migration Infrastructure Windows 2000/2003 Active Directory [2000/2003] SQL Server 2000 Enterprise [120 Gb] Clustering + load balancing HP SAN EVA 3000 storage [FO] Data center centralization Terminal Server + Citrix Metaframe Windows CE.Net [Handheld devices]

18 Windows 2000/2003 Migration Development Active Server Pages 3.0 OLEDB database access XML [partners] Implemented in 6 months [from scratch]

19 Windows 2000/2003 Migration Pros Scalable solution 80% savings on maintenance costs No downtime since migration Higher website efficiency [speed, content] Secured online payment [Ogone] No staff increase [automation] No dedicated system administrator Fully integrated with corporate systems

20 Windows 2000/2003 Migration Cons Higher starting cost Monthly patch management

21 Future developments According to this success story, DVDZone2.com board decided to carry on with the Microsoft experience New projects will be based on the latest Microsoft technologies [.Net]

22 More Information

23 © 2003 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, in this summary.


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