Volvo Construction Solves Its Virtualized Application Performance Challenges
sponsored by Astute Networks, Inc

Volvo Construction Equipment is one of the world's largest manufacturers of construction machines.

In order to dramatically decrease IT expenses and improve business-critical application performance, VCE moved from an outsourced IT service to a completely in-house IT organization.  Virtualizing applications was a key component of cost savings.

This short case study explores how Volvo Construction Equipment deployed a modern solid state storage solution to its newly virtualized environment, and the cost and efficiency benefits they now enjoy, including:

  • Improved performance across all applications
  • Lowered total cost of ownership (TCO) for IT infrastructure vs. the prior use of offsite IT services
  • Significantly less time and money spent on storage management
  • And more
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