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Crocs Speeds Up 1С:ERP in CROC Cloud

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Russian branch of Crocs, Inc., a world leader in comfortable casual footwear for women, men and children, now leverages CROC Cloud to ensure reliability and high performance of its 1C and some infrastructure services. Moreover, CROC Cloud hosts the retailer's testing environments for several outside IT development teams. This flexible and scalable cloud platform helps accelerate and improve product roll-out and manage costs by team.

In 2020, Crocs Russia decided to migrate from its own infrastructure and servers, which it had been using for eight years, to a public cloud. Instead of upgrading its infrastructure, the company opted for a more cost-effective migration to CROC Cloud.

As a result of the project, the customer not only reduced CAPEX, but also dramatically accelerated its 1С-based key enterprise management application. The entire on-premise infrastructure was precisely replicated in CROC Cloud. The company’s experts advised the customer all the way, from design to migration to further system development in the cloud.

“We chose this service provider for two main reasons. First, CROC Cloud fault-tolerance guarantees continuous availability of our services. Second, such high-speed response and customer-focused approach are very hard to find on the Russian market. CROC Cloud Services specialists can solve any problem within a day and, most importantly, they are easy to reach without any formalities or red tape,” said Evgeny Lipatov, IT Manager, Crocs Russia.

“The migration of 1C systems to the cloud is becoming a routine operation for us. In 2020, we upgraded our infrastructure, launched a new storage tier for such applications, and boosted our skills in the course of several large projects. Now, we know exactly how to optimize cloud platform and infrastructure software operation for 1C, aggregate all 1C roles on one virtual machine for shared memory, translate physical keys, and much more. Thanks to our comprehensive infrastructure and application background, our usual Gilev’s 1С load test score is 35 (sometimes 43) points,” said Maxim Berezin, Business Development Director, CROC Cloud Services.

About CROC Cloud Services

CROC Cloud Services is a standalone CROC business unit that offers cloud services, managed В2В services, and commercial off-the-shelf products. The unit specializes in hosting and supporting business-critical customer services based on CROC’s proprietary platform and data centers, which are compliant with Uptime Institute Tier III “Gold Certification of Operational Sustainability” standard. In addition, the company is one of Russia’s Top 6 IaaS providers and No. 1 in cloud service quality (CNews, 2020), as well as the most mature cloud service provider (TAdviser, 2018), offering the number one cloud platform in terms of flexibility and ease of use (TAdviser, 2017). Consequently, over 550 industry leaders entrust their services to CROC Сloud.

About CROCS

Crocs, Inc. is a world leader in innovative casual footwear for women, men and children, combining comfort and style with a value that consumers know and love. A vast majority of shoes within Crocs' collection contains Croslite™ material, a proprietary, molded EVA technology, delivering extraordinary comfort with each step.

In 2021, Crocs reinforces its mission of “everyone comfortable in their own shoes” with the fourth year of its global Come As You Are campaign. 
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