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Case Study: Server and storage upgrade helps Latrobe Community Health Service look to a fitter future
Wayne Twite 2700077RDC email@example.com | | Tags:  v7000 storage puresystems
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With my business pursuing aggressive business growth plans, it was critical for me as the ICT Manager to put into place the infrastructure that would support our needs both now and well into the future.
IBM PureFlex and Storwize V7000 disk system represented a compelling combination of technologies, ideally suited to meet my needs to provision an infrastructure that is scalable, flexible, ensures high availability whilst reducing both overall space and power usage. Whilst I had familiarised myself with the technology, the opportunity to attend an IBM PureFlex demonstration with my IBM Account Manager was particularly powerful in allowing me to see how the management and integration tools in PureFlex System could support our existing virtual server and Citrix virtual desktop infrastructure, and help us grow.
The IBM PureFlex System is helping to allow my organisation to deliver numerous initiatives that it couldn’t have supported on its previous infrastructure. This includes the expansion of its SAN, the addition of solid state disk (SSD) devices to boost overall performance, and the integration of an IBM backup solution and LTO-6 tape library to provide disk-to-tape backups for long-term archiving. I welcome you to access the case study below for more information on our recent experience partnering with IBM.
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