Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization Application and Data Migration
CLOUD-BASED PLATFORM PROVIDES OPERATIONAL RESILIENCY AND IMPROVED FUNCTIONALITY FOR CRUCIAL PLANNING APPLICATION AND DATA
When the city of Durham suffered a cyberattack in 2020, the Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro (DCHC) Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) lost access to its new eTIP web application, a crucial planning tool housed on the city’s servers. To improve operational resiliency in the event of a future attack, the MPO began discussing the idea of moving the application, as well as all of the organization’s geographic information systems (GIS) data, to a cloud environment.
Because of its extensive experience with cloud migration, Gannett Fleming’s geospatial division, GeoDecisions, was able to provide immediate guidance to the MPO on best practices to initiate and successfully complete the move.
Learn more about this project on the GeoDecisions website.
Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization