sponsored by Hitachi Data Systems
Posted:  25 Jan 2010
Published:  01 Nov 2004
Format:  PDF
Length:  11  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
University of Utah Health Sciences Center (UUHSC) in Salt Lake City, Utah, had experienced growth and a storage access rate that required a move to a virtualized storage or storage area network (SAN) architecture. UUHSC sought increased disk utilization, reduction in storage management labor, multitiered storage, ShadowImage capabilities for data redundancy, and elimination of the backup process from production instances of data.

Read this paper to learn how UUHSC achieved their storage goals and still saved money using storage virtualization.






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