Cisco: Krones Optimizes Virtual Machine Load Balancing and SAN Performance
In order to be more responsive in a highly competitive marketplace, organizations are transforming to support the 21st century needs by being more agile and efficient in delivering centralized applications and services to a geographically distributed customer base. To accomplish these goals, organizations are consolidating data centers, adding virtualization technologies, and leveraging cloud architectures. These initiatives however, along with others, are imposing significant strain on storage networks. The following discusses how Krones uses Cisco technologies to improve storage infrastructure uptime, performance, and scalability.
Krones built scalable SAN using Cisco MDS
KRONES AG, headquartered in Neutraubling, Germany, plans, develops, and builds manufacturing plants and machinery for companies that require advanced process, bottling, and packaging technology. The company produces the machines that make millions of bottles, cans, and specialty containers daily for producers of beer, soft drinks, wine, sparkling wine, spirits, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics while accelerating mass production. It also provides logistics and IT solutions for its customers.
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