Scale Computing said that the Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly has implemented its HC3 platform to replace an aging piecemeal infrastructure with high availability, scalability and simplicity previously lacking.
The nonprofit Mo-Ranch maintains a 500-acre parcel along the Guadalupe River as a haven for spiritual retreats, conference, summer and day camps, weddings, corporate events, vacation getaways, outdoor sports and recreation. It relies on critical systems for reservations and sales, as well as familiar line-of-business applications.
Mo-Ranch´s previous infrastructure was deemed below industry standards with challenges that included aging servers running near end-of-life operating systems, consumer-level hardware, critical applications in desperate need of updating and a single T-1 line supporting nearly 80 PCs.
Scale Computing´s HC3 platform brings storage, servers, virtualization and management together in a single, comprehensive system. With no virtualization software to license and no external storage to buy, HC3 products lower out-of-pocket costs and radically simplify the infrastructure needed to keep applications running. HC3 products make the deployment and management of a highly available and scalable infrastructure as easy to manage as a single server.
Scale Computing integrates storage, servers, and virtualization software into an all-in-one appliance based system that is scalable, self-healing, and as easy to manage as a single server.