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Running a Major U.S. County on IBM XIV Storage
One of the largest counties in the eastern United States realized that it was buying too much capacity for IOPS to keep up with performance needs, and sought a high performing, cost-efficient, easy-to-manage storage system.
The county started deploying IBM XIV storage for non-primary storage needs, but soon discovered that the system ran faster than its primary storage, at lower cost. Read on with this case study to discover the next steps the county took to obtain the space to store and protect all of its citizen data.