Case Study: Atlantic Health Centralizes Server Management while Reducing Costs
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When Atlantic health needed to unify their systems and centralize server management while increasing capacity, decreasing build times, and reducing costs, they decided to rethink their traditional, single application server model. They chose a high-density, virtualized, modular server architecture that helped them improve administrative efficiencies and reduce their infrastructure footprint.

This case study examines how Atlantic Health saved $1.4 million a year in data center collocation space by reducing their infrastructure footprint by a factor of three with HP BladeSystem and VMware solutions. Read now to see how they did it.

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