Revive Self-Service Platform Completes Migration To Enterprise-Class Server

Posted On: 11/12/2015

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SAN DIEGO --Micromarket provider Revive Self Service Café said it has completed the migration of all of its customers to a new enterprise-class server.

Salt Lake City-based NoSql Revolution is the consulting group that designed the new system and implemented the changeover. An enterprise server is includes programs required to collectively serve the requirements of an enterprise instead of an individual user, unit or specific application.

"Revive was beginning to outgrow the capacity of its original servers," said Revive vice-president of sales and marketing Joe Loparco. "And we wanted to make sure that we would be able to process an increasing volume of transactions in a fast and secure manner."

NoSql Revolution president Craig Brown said his company simultaneously implemented numerous performance and stability enhancements, which include continuous database backups and heightened security protocols. "We also created an independent test environment, which will enable Revive to integrate with other technology providers quickly and efficiently," Brown summed up.