Manufacturing Giant Plans to Move to Private Cloud to Drive Efficiency and Reduce Costs

Provided by: Microsoft
Topic: Cloud
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The existing server infrastructure at Ashok Leyland was being underutilized and becoming obsolete. The company wanted to decrease the number of physical servers and consolidate resources without compromising on business services. After evaluating several virtualization technologies, Ashok Leyland chose to consolidate and build their new private cloud with Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V technology. As a result, the company plans to cut down the number of physical servers and make it simpler and easier to manage the data centers. Costs will be substantially lower because the need for hardware is much lower and similarly, power and maintenance costs will come down significantly. Overall, Ashok Leyland's new IT infrastructure will assist in providing better IT services and boost business agility.

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