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Case Studies

Complete Infrastructure Upgrade & Migration from Novell to Exchange

The customer was finding their existing infrastructure insufficient to deal with the demand of their local user base as well as supporting new applications needed to support their retail business.

Additionally they were finding it increasingly expensive to move data over their slowing communication links.

The decision was made to upgrade the complete infrastructure over a 3 month period to move away from the existing Novell infrastructure and change their communication services.

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The Scottish Rural College selects Tecnica & SANsymphony-V

Tecnica is pleased to announce the recent deployment of a SANsymphony-V solution for The Scottish Rural College (SRUC) in Edinburgh. As a leading Scottish IT Solution Company we have years of experience providing IT solutions for the Public and Private sector and were therefore delighted to be given the opportunity to provide SRUC with the perfect solution for their requirements.

Tecnica recommended and configured the next generation of DataCore’s software, SANsymphony-V across 3 nodes; one within SRUC’s main Edinburgh campus and the other two some 8 miles away within the College’s Research and Data Centre campus. The integrated combination of DataCore and Microsoft has decreased the College’s reliance on costly hardware solutions and added a new level of fault tolerance to clustered NFS/CIFS file sharing.

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Provision of a Storage Area Network

Administering the environment was onerous, compromising data security and integrity, business continuity, a concern for any business, was near impossible to guarantee.

As capacity was running at a premium health-care staff were being forced to compromise. Remedial administration had to be exercised almost daily to alleviate the strain thus reducing service availability.

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The Provision of a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure and Storage Area Network

To deliver the necessary infrastructure to facilitate a new active SAN infrastructure as well as virtual desktop infrastructure for a new Teaching facility with data storage over two main sites.

Most virtual desktops require to be accessed via the terminals, though in some situations there may be requirements for remote access (eg RDP from home) across VPN or web interface.

The facility required a virtual desktop infrastructure to support 100 users and a new HA SAN, deployed in a High Availability configuration between two campus buildings to support the current virtual server infrastructure and introduce a level of redundancy to the storage system.

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