Migrating Workloads from Azure to AWS for Willowood Chemicals

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Willowood Chemicals, is an affiliate of Willowood Group, a leading global producer and distributor of crop protection chemicals.

Willlowood believes in sustainably feeding the world’s growing population using research-based, integrated solutions to crop protection.


- Manufacturing Industries are facing an inflection point today defined by challenges to growth and opportunities to improve quality.

- Willowood was facing an outage of DC when running SAP production workloads.

- Availability of the SAP system due to downtime was a major challenge faced by the customer leading to business compromise.

- Lack of the cloud infrastructure support was affecting their compliance requirements.

- The Willowood wanted to continue to lower IT costs and increase operational efficiency for the SAP production systems.


• SAP workloads were running on Azure Cloud.

• CloudEndure tool was used to migrate workloads on Windows.

• SAP Migration process was used for migrate workloads on SUSE Linux.

• Availability and durability was ensured through Multi-AZ deployments of DB instances.


• Willowood saved up to 30% cost by moving to AWS.

• Manages the AWS infrastructure with up to 25% less staff.

• Migrating to the AWS Cloud helps increase your overall operational agility.

•Lowered operational cost by automating manual SAP application maintenance.

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