Project Overview Description –Conversion of historical/legacy data from IDMS Databases to MS SQL 2005 databases –Rewrite of legacy inquiry applications into a TRD supported DBMS web-based application Justification –Continues to make available historical tax data for research, collection, and release of liens –Eliminates $500,000 - $1,000,000 annual associated mainframe IDMS costs
IDMS Conversion Deliverables IDMS Data Extraction SQL Server DBMS Design Migration of Data to MS SQL Server Rewrite of Inquiry functionality in a web- based application Acceptance by end users of application functionality Implementation of web-based application into Production environment
Accomplishments Completed within budget Moved into production – 05/01/2009 Purchased disaster recovery hardware for business continuity (virtualized blade servers).
DoIT System Impact Production hardware residing at DoIT Data Center Production implementation of Web-based application will not impact DoIT – data is legacy and has very low usage. Disaster Recovery equipment will not be housed at DoIT (by definition must be elsewhere).
Security Strategy Utilizes current TRD security structure –Groups –Functions –Roles Incorporated into current TRD backup schedule –Full backups done bi-weekly –Differential backups done on other nights
Conclusion The IDMS replacement web-based application continues to make available historical tax data for research, collection, and release of liens Enables TRD ITD to provide our end-users (TRD tax collectors) a more efficient and user- friendly access to statistical reports and data Eliminates $500,000 - $1,000,000 annual associated mainframe IDMS costs