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Webinar: Want 100% Storage Uptime for Years? City Of Carmel Will Share How They Did It

 

Join this webinar to hear the story of City of Carmel and Mirazon. City of Carmel is one of the fastest growing cities in Indiana. Carmel was voted #1 in American's Best Places to Live by Money magazine. CNBC voted Indianapolis/Carmel "Best Cities to Relocate to in America". Over the last two decades the city has almost tripled its population and this growth has forced their IT infrastructure to expand rapidly. 

Thanks to Mirazon's recommendations they found the perfect solution that helped them modernize their infrastructure to provide 24/7 data access for Fire and Police department's critical systems. For nearly a decade, City of Carmel has experienced Zero storage-related downtime. Even through maintenance windows, their VM's have achieved 100% uptime. 

The best part is, they have done with budget-friendly backend disks and allowed Software-defined storage to do all the heavy lifting. They have enjoyed Enterprise level active/active HA functionalities across 2 different buildings, running a VMware stretch cluster with HPE Servers connected via 10Gb and HP MSA backend enclosures. 

Learn how City of Carmel has been able to stay running without downtime for almost 10 years and have saved $75,000 by extending their hardware life expectancy thanks to their secret sauce. 

WHEN?  March 21st, 2019 @ 2PM ET

In this webcast you will discover how City of Carmel:

  • Has experienced 100% uptime for nearly 10 years
  • Extended their storage life expectancy by 80% and saved $75k
  • Replaced every storage component without doing a forklift and replace
Published Monday, March 18, 2019 4:05 PM by David Marshall
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