sponsored by Bluelock
Posted:  12 May 2011
Published:  12 May 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  3  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

How do you build an effective infrastructure to wind down a company? The Lehman’s Brothers Holding Inc. (LBHI)’s operating company LAMCO was faced with this question when LBHI sold off the systems needed to support the management and wind-down of their assets. The company was forced to quickly build an infrastructure and technology that would meet the size, scope, and capacity requirements required by the estate. They found their answer in flexible and scalable cloud hosting.

This case study reveals how LAMCO used cloud computing to achieve these goals:

  • World-class infrastructure without the capital outlay of in-house hosting
  • A scalable, high-performance solution to allow for company wind-down
  • Ability to manage entire infrastructure in a homogeneous basis as a single entity

Cloud Computing | Data Center Management | Enterprise | Infrastructure Management | Public Cloud | Public cloud computing | Server Virtualization | VMware

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