When the coronavirus pandemic forced everyone out of offices, IT teams scrambled to obtain the necessary hardware and additional software licenses necessary to support entirely remote operations. At the same time, they had to match users’ present and future needs with the appropriate infrastructure. That, combined with many other unknowns, compounded the stress and urgency to keep business running smoothly around the world…
I decided over a year ago that the co-location model didn’t really make sense for Duane Morris anymore. There were now smarter, more cost-effective ways to get the job done, and we began exploring disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) offerings…
In the HPE GreenLake model, you can increase your pool or resources for what you need in the event of a disaster, and grow that compute environment as necessary, again, only paying for what you need, when you need it. This allowed us to have a sizable return on investment. On top of that, we would be using all new equipment that was totally dedicated to Duane Morris, so there was no shared tenant as was proposed with the public cloud option. This provided known resources if needed, in the event of a disaster. And everything was managed by HPE under the HPE GreenLake model, which provided a high level of security and the ability to utilize the resources in a production and/or test environment.
During this process, our HPE partner, Anexinet, was instrumental in working with HPE to create this option suited to our business. We’ve been doing business with Anexinet for about 10 years and thanks to their input, Duane Morris is the first customer using HPE GreenLake for disaster recovery.
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