Inhouse IT infrastructure and legacy application migration to AWS cloud

About this project

A utility surveyor organization across 9 US states migrating inhouse infrastructure and legacy applications to AWS cloud. Our team performed a careful study of the current infrastructure, legacy application in-depth study and planned a migration. We worked with the client’s in-house IT team to accomplish the successful migration within a period of 6 months.
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CHWE reached out to the Sobah team for this project after failing to get required delivery from 3 different partners in the past.

This problem involves data sources from over 50,000 different sources, where most of the data is unstructured.

Additionally, the user experience of the portal required encouraging citizens to be involved in their politics – a challenge that has eluded younger generations over the last few decades. Most importantly, the initiative is non-partisan and required completely neutral and data driven content to avoid any bias in the insights provided to the citizens.


The client required our team to conduct a thorough and careful study of data sources, architectural choices and innovative search engine optimization techniques. Product involved a sophisticated phased roadmap required to be delivered over a period of years. The core requirement was to build a highly scalable, adaptable and agile product framework and architecture. We were also tasked with engaging content writers to deliver thousands of articles for educating citizens on various topics related with their politics and society. Product envisioned additional roles and content created for analysts and institutions that require bulk data and deeper insights using data analytics and AI.

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Beyond completing Phase 1 within the stipulated time and budget, the migration project yielded substantial strategic benefits for the client. The successful shift to AWS cloud enhanced the organization’s operational agility, ensuring scalable, flexible, and cost-effective infrastructure management. Collaboration with the client’s in-house IT team fostered knowledge exchange, building internal capacities for managing and optimizing the new cloud infrastructure. The successful execution of this migration has solidified the groundwork for the ongoing Phase 2, reinforcing the client’s confidence in realizing further technological enhancements and efficiencies.

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