EMC information infrastructure helps university deploy its largest IT initiative while reducing the IT management burden

EMC information infrastructure helps university deploy its largest IT initiative while reducing the IT management burden

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The University of Arizona (UA), a public research university, decided to take on the single largest IT project in its history: replacing all its enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications. UA required better enterprise planning and new business intelligence (BI) tools to make better information available to the administration for data-driven decisions and offer new agility in meeting student needs.

Continue reading this case study to learn how EMC information infrastructure helped UA gain benefits such as:

  • Super-fast data access for 58,000 Oracle PeopleSoft users
  • Improved utilization of university resources
  • 99-percent-plus data deduplication
  • Daily backup windows cut from 24 to 10 hours
  • 21:1 server consolidation ratio in overall VMware environment
Vendor:
VMware, Inc.
Posted:
04 Nov 2010
Published:
03 Nov 2010
Format:
PDF
Length:
2 Page(s)
Type:
Case Study
Language:
English
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