sponsored by VMware, Inc.
Posted:  05 Dec 2008
Published:  05 Dec 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  3  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
The MCNOSC faced quite a challenge and had no clear path to completing a transfer of all application network systems, including enterprise and local assets. With the help of VMware virtual infrastructure, Smartronix met that challenge head on and successfully completed the mission. The implementation was so successful that the MCNOSC planned the expansion of this concept to develop regional server farms leveraging a VMware virtual infrastructure.

The MCNOSC needed an affordable and easy-to-manage alternate site with real-time data transfer that would be reliable in the event of a catastrophe. The VMware virtual infrastructure very effectively met these requirements that it is being leveraged for regional server farm and deployed operations implementation.

The VMware virtual infrastructure deployment provided a number of benefits, including:

  • Increased utilization
  • Decreased hardware requirements
  • Increased return on investment
  • Improved server management
  • Lower costs
  • Decreased deployment cycle times





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