sponsored by Red Hat and JBoss
Posted:  18 May 2009
Published:  15 May 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  4  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
As a leading global information technology (IT) firm providing software development, support, and consulting services, Cybernet-SlashSupport (CSS) needed its business and technology professionals to work at top efficiency. Priding itself on eliminating excess expense and operational inefficiencies from client engagements, CSS needed to do the same internally. The company relied heavily on Lotus Notes and Domino apps, which made their reliability and performance critical to their ability to succeed in their business goals. Any downtime would severely impact their day-to-day operations.

Eventually the Windows servers became plagued with performance and reliability problems and crashes that required rebooting, making critical applications unavailable to users.

Learn the benefits of CSS's migration to Red Hat Enterprise Linux® from Microsoft Windows and how it dramatically improved application performance and improved productivity while freeing up IT resources so they could focus on more strategic issues for the business.

Application Deployment | Application Performance Management | Application Server Software | Domino | Downtime | IT Spending | Linux | Linux Desktop Environment | Linux Server Hardware | Lotus Notes | Open Source | Open Source Software | Operating Systems | Productivity | RAS (Reliability, Availability, Serviceability) | Systems Implementation

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