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Sun Microsystems-TweetMeme

[March 24, 2010] Most of the social media company's IT challenges were related to its staggering growth. To meet the needs of its users, TweetMeme decided to migrate their site to MySQL Enterprise. The system was deployed on 10 servers from Sun Microsystems. A combination of Sun Fire X4440 servers and Sun Fire X4150 servers was used. Read More...

Tags: vertical , company , Sun Microsystems , Enterprise , vendor

F5 Networks-Joyent

[March 24, 2010] Joyent is an open cloud computing vendor with more than 25,000 customers. The challenge Joyent was facing was that they needed to find a way to offer flexible, highly scalable open cloud computing that was also application aware. To do this, they needed to consider the core architecture of their cloud computing system. Read More...

Tags: company , on-demand , vendor , F5 , F5 Networks

F5 Networks-American Internet Services

[February 15, 2010] The challenge AIS was facing was that they were receiving a substantial number of complaints from customers about slow e-mail delivery and spam messages. The company needed to find a solution that would speed up e-mail delivery and reduce the volume of spam that reached customer and employee in-boxes. Read More...

Tags: services , company , network , e-Mail , F5

Data Domain-Axpo

[February 15, 2010] Serving almost three million individuals and thousands of businesses in Switzerland, Axpo is a leading Swiss energy company. Axpo’s IT services division runs a centralized data center, and is responsible for storing and carefully managing all client data. Until recently, they relied on a tape backup system to complete these tasks. Read More...

Tags: services , company , backup , partner , utilities

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