Atomflot is transferring the workplaces of its employees from Windows OS to the Russian OS Astra Linux. At the same time, the company is migrating to the Russian office suite, anti-virus software and information security tools. The migration will be completed by December 2022.
Import substitution ARM
As CNews found out, FSUE Atomflot, which is part of Rosatom, is transferring automated workstations (AWP) of employees from Windows to the Russian OS Astra Linux. The services are carried out as part of a tender for the import substitution of software at the enterprise, published on the public procurement website.
According to the terms of reference, 420 workstations of Atomflot will be transferred to the domestic operating system. At the same time, the company employs about 2 thousand employees. In addition to the OS, migration is also carried out to Russian application software, which includes an office suite, anti-virus software and an information security tool. Their names are not given in the tender documentation. The migration should be completed in December 2022.
The tender was published on May 10, 2022. The purchase is carried out from a single supplier. The price under the contract amounted to 6.3 million rubles. Atomenergoprom acts as an agent for it.
What is Atomflot responsible for?
Atomflot is designed to ensure the operation and maintenance of nuclear-powered icebreakers and auxiliary fleet vessels. The enterprise is engaged in icebreaking support for the largest national Arctic hydrocarbon projects, icebreaking escort of ships in the waters of the Northern Sea Route and in the freezing ports of Russia, as well as icebreaking support for the tasks of the navy in the Arctic, etc.
The operating fleet of the enterprise includes the icebreakers Taimyr, Vaigach, Yamal, 50 Years of Victory, as well as the universal nuclear-powered icebreaker Arktika.
In 2008, Atomflot became part of Rosatom, until that moment the enterprise belonged to the Ministry of Transport. Atomflot is located in Murmansk.
Import substitution in Rosatom
Large-scale migration from Microsoft to Russian products in Rosatom began in 2021. In May 2022, it became known about Rosatom’s plans to completely switch to the domestic Astra Linux operating system by the end of 2024. 120-130 thousand . work places.
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At the moment, about 30 thousand specialists work on the Russian operating system – this is a little more than 20% of all the company’s jobs. By the end of 2022, another 50,000 jobs are planned to be replaced by imports.
In addition to the OS, Rosatom began to massively replace the DBMS. So, in May 2021, the corporation began to transfer its financial system from Oracle to Postgres Pro of the Russian company Postgress Professional.