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ELTE University Establishes Cloud System and VirtualizationIntel® Xeon® processor 5600 series allows ELTE University to establish and optimize cloud servicesThe ELTE Department of Information Technology Services operates as the centralized IT organization of Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem (ELTE University). Its main task is to serve the general, financial, management and scientific IT needs of the university’s faculty. It operates the IT infrastructure, coordinates the development of applications, and is responsible for operating thousands of personal computers and hundreds of servers according to service-level agreements (SLAs).Challenges• Research collaboration.Universities across the world are increasingly working together on research projects, so ELTE University needed to ensure its IT infrastructure allowed for this international collaboration• Fragmented IT.Every faculty established and maintained its own IT infrastructure, creating a heterogeneous environment that was both complex and expensive to support.• Resources optimization.Similar to other state-owned institutions, ELTE University is under continuous pressure to cut expenses and to optimize the use of resourcesRead the full ELTE University Establishes Cloud System and Virtualization Case Study.
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