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Published on: June 14, 2012
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 4 pages
When a multi-disciplined construction contractor had to eliminate server sprawl and consolidate 25 islands of storage, the IT manager had to maximize efficiency and effectiveness without compromising their already razor-thin profit margins. Simplifying infrastructures while expanding capabilities is no easy task, so with the assistance of a systems integrator, the IT team set out to reduce data center costs by eliminating server sprawl, consolidating storage and accelerating application test and rollout operations, among other goals.
After evaluating various server virtualization solutions and storage systems, the two teams decided to leverage technology to drive business value by virtualizing servers and adopting a high-availability storage infrastructure.
Check out this brief case study to explore the business benefits and challenges this contracting company realized after deploying a virtual infrastructure that's reduced capex/opex, streamlined administration and reduced power center costs.