The successful Sky Lakes data center infrastructure refresh to Cisco HyperFlex, a hyperconverged
compute, storage, and networking system, reduced the costs and operational burdens of three
different solutions and vendor contracts for the lean IS team. So as the renewal of Sky Lakes™ aging
Commvault backup product neared, IS staff was interested in guidance from both CDW and Cisco as it evaluated new backup and data management approaches that were
easier to use and would drive further efficiencies. The goal was to give
engineers greater bandwidth to proactively fulfill all of the requests
coming in daily.
After Cisco’s recommendation and seeing it perform, Sky Lakes
purchased and quickly set up Cohesity to manage backup and
unstructured data while continuing to use Cisco HyperFlex for
primary (latency-sensitive) data on Cisco Unified Computing System
(UCS) servers with Cisco Intersight as the single management user
interface for both. Sky Lakes was among the first to test and deploy
the validated Cisco-Cohesity 40G design.
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