On the fly: Performing dynamic resource allocation with HCI

Spicejet Gets Flying Returns on Hyperconverged System

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The infrastructure at Spicejet, an Indian domestic airline, was divided among two data centers—one at its Gurgaon head office, and another third-party managed data center which ran the company’s SAP workload, Microsoft Exchange, and ERP. The inefficiencies caused by this disparate data center arrangement prodded Spicejet to consider infrastructure consolidation—uniting the bits and pieces of their IT landscape. 

In this study of Spicejet, you’ll learn why they chose hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) to consolidate their data center landscape, and how they achieved dynamic resource allocation without any app downtime. Read on to see Spicejet in action, how they easily scale apps up or down, boosted On Time Performance to 70%, and more.

Vendor:
Lenovo and Intel
Posted:
08 Nov 2017
Published:
08 Nov 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
5 Page(s)
Type:
Case Study
Language:
English
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