As budgets remain tight, state and local governments are looking to modernize IT infrastructure to optimize the cost of service delivery. Agencies have taken advantage of server virtualization to reduce infrastructure cost, and today they can apply that same software-defined approach to storage and networking to build fully software-defined data centers that meet and exceed IT efficiency, availability, and security goals.
Modernize the foundation of government IT operations to accelerate consolidation initiatives, achieve cost savings, and improve security posture
Proactively manage IT infrastructure to improve efficiency, performance, and availability
Enable cost-efficient, simple, and agile delivery and operation of all required types of IT services and applications across private and public clouds
Modernize data centers with an automated, software-defined approach to government IT
Use abstraction across compute, storage, and networking and create an independent virtualization layer to secure infrastructure
Gain the power and efficiency of virtualization across the data center, virtualizing compute, storage, and networking, with common management across all three
A state health department deploys hyper-converged infrastructure to improve application performance, reduce system downtime, and deliver better customer care for the Bureau of Women, Infants, and Children.