Non-Profit Organization Redefines Itself as an Early IT Adopter With the Help of the AMD Opteron Processor
Source: Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
Warm Beach Christian Camps and Conference Center (WBC) was growing in popularity: its camps were increasingly sold out and seasonal events such as "The Lights of Christmas" were bringing in tens of thousands of people within narrowly constrained timelines, creating huge and somewhat unpredictable spikes in demand for IT capacity. It needed to support increasing organizational growth, improve reliability, scalability and performance, alleviate the burden on a strained IT staff, etc. It deployed Microsoft Windows Essential Business Server running on AMD Opteron processor-powered HP ProLiant DL145 and DL365 servers.