sponsored by NetApp
Posted:  19 Dec 2008
Published:  19 Dec 2008
Format:  HTML
Length:  3  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
Learn how Mine Safety Appliance (MSA) used Citrix XenServer and NetApp storage to better support their engineering, manufacturing, and business needs which yielded improved application performance, an 80% reduction in physical space requirements, and a 30% reduction in power and cooling.



Author

Scott McCullough
Manager, Technical Operations ,  Mine Safety Appliances
Scott has worked for MSA for the last 10 years, with over 15 years of experience managing servers and storage. In his role at MSA, he is responsible for a variety of critical applications, including SAP, Lotus Domino, and Blackberry servers. He is responsible for everything to do with server and storage infrastructure for these critical applications.



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