NASA Space Center Embraces a Software-Defined Storage Solution
In this series of customer success stories, including Colby Sawyer College Delivers Continuous Data Availability with DataCore Software, This Hyperconverged Virtual SAN Solution Saves Lives and How to Simplify Your Storage Strategy in Healthcare, we wanted you to hear how our software-defined solutions are game-changers across virtually every industry. In this research-technology scenario, you can see that performance and availability are challenges for every industry—even NASA.
The John C. Stennis Space Center (SSC), located in southern Mississippi, is one of 18 facilities throughout the country operated by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). SSC is NASA’s largest and primary testing facility for rocket propulsion systems. To effectively test their rocket propulsion systems, NASA SSC needed better application availability and performance from its data storage infrastructure both before and after the testing.
As the data center continued to grow and become more of a critical service to the space center, Stennis Space Center needed a storage solution that could provide the continuous availability and speed it required. The systems integrator ASRC Federal, working with the space center, reached out to DataCore for a high-performance, high-availability software-defined storage (SDS) solution.
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