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LA community college group leverages ADCs

LACCD deployed a new student information system and required load balancers, or application delivery controllers (ADCs), to assure application high availability and performance. The district also needed to minimize overall budget impact and do more with less wherever possible.

Further, the district needed an application delivery solution capable of supporting multiple deployment models, including primary and back-up data centers, development and production environments, as well as public and private clouds.

Download this case study to find out how LACCD leveraged Array ADCs to meet these requirements and much more, while providing enhanced reliability and accessibility for PeopleSoft-based student information systems.

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