sponsored by VMware, Inc.
Posted:  04 Nov 2010
Published:  03 Nov 2010
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

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

Business Intelligence | Data Deduplication | Data Management | Enterprise Resource Management | ERP | IT Management | Server Consolidation | VMware ESX

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