A major financial company offers person-to-person money transfers, money orders, and business payments. The company implemented an active/active system with two NonStop systems located 1,000 miles apart, and the databases were synchronized with a legacy bi-directional data replication solution. When the company decided to move its systems to other cities, upgrading them in the process, it could not tolerate an application outage during the move, so it relied on HPE Shadowbase Zero Downtime Migration (ZDM) software to avoid application downtime and provide full business continuity protection while the move took place. Its customers were able to make money transfers and use all applications as the servers and services were relocated. The company also relied on HPE Shadowbase ZDM to replace its legacy data replication software product and position itself for continuous availability into the future.