School District Lowers Costs and Improves Performance with JetStor RAID Arrays
Deploying a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) reduces boot storms, which is a common problem for computer usage in schools, but not without demands. When students all log in at the same time, the storage devices flood with requests for applications, therefore creating what is known as a boot storm.
Titusville Area School District (TASD), serving over 2,000 students with 286 employees spread across 6 sites, required a solution that could virtualize 1,200 desktops, laptops and tablets that fit within their budget. It sought robust storage to sustain its virtualized environment, but without the complexity and expense of large enterprise storage systems.
Learn how Titusville Area School District (TASD) engineered a powerful, streamlined solution with JetStor 724iFD FC SAN RAID Arrays to support virtualization effectively and affordably.