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The department of transportation of a Gulf Coast state is responsible for planning, designing and managing the state's transportation infrastructure, which includes thousands of miles of state highways, water, air and rail - and also included 300 servers, which ran advanced applications controlling traffic.
When the state started virtualisation initiatives to lower hardware costs and improve reliability, they ran into many challenges and inefficiencies.
Access this two-page use case paper to learn how they overcame these hurdles with a unified backup and recovery solution purpose-built for virtualised environments, and explore the benefits, such as:
- Dynamic virtual machine allocation, reallocation and hot/warm standby
- "Instant Restore" option for super-fast recovery
- Recovery to dissimilar physical host platforms
- And more