ABOUT Sector7

ABOUT

 

A brief About Sector7 page.

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TIMELINE

 

A Timeline of selected events in Sector7's history since our foundation in 1985.

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REFERENCES

 

A brief list of references we can show on the web.

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CUSTOMER LIST

 

A small subset of clients we have worked with over the years..

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CASE STUDIES

 

A selection of interesting case studies.

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PATENT US 7,616,583

 

#7,616,583 A computer determines a first plurality of servers which have a lease set to expire within a predetermined period or current or projected peak utilization greater than a predetermined percentage of their capacity. The computer determines a second plurality of servers which have sufficient lease term and excess capacity. The computer determines and records which servers of the first plurality to consolidate on servers of the second plurality based on sufficient capacity, match of application(s) and projected life span of the application(s) of the second plurality, and determines a schedule for retiring the servers of the first plurality with the applications having insufficient projected lifespan, and estimates cost savings for the consolidation.

 

PATENT US 8,869,124

 

#8,869,124 A computer implemented method and program product for estimating cost and/or time requirements for migrating an application from one platform to another. The method includes receiving identifications for tasks, receiving at least one assessment type selected for estimating cost and/or time requirement for migration, where the assessment type delineates a degree of accuracy for estimating the cost and/or time requirement for migration, correlating base costs and/or time requirements to the tasks identified, receiving identifications of attributes that affect base costs and/or time requirements, correlating cost and/or time factors to the tasks, a respective cost factor and/or time factor indicating an amount by which an attribute affects the respective base cost and/or time requirement for a task, and estimating cost and/or time requirements for each task, by applying the respective cost and/or time factors for each task to the respective base cost and/or base time requirements for each task.