At the first stage of the project, the DEPO Computers specialists performed an audit of the customer's IT infrastructure and business applications, such as the enterprise resource planning, accounting, and inventory systems. As a result of analyzing the collected information, a decision was made to upgrade the information environment and implement a virtualization platform in the company.
The main requirement to the new IT infrastructure that the customer laid down was high performance and the degree of services availability for the company's employees. Therefore, the complex solution included a fault-tolerant virtualization farm based on DEPO Storm servers for the deployment of necessary applications and services, a DEPO Storage system, a firewall, and an uninterruptible power supply. All the equipment was installed in a compact DEPO Rack cabinet.
DEPO Computers engineers carried out the necessary installation work, configured the hardware and software, tested the system for fault tolerance and put the built IT infrastructure into operation.
Dmitrovskie Vegetables agricultural holding was one of the first agricultural companies to build an advanced virtualization environment for accounting and ERP systems. Effectively using the available IT budget, the agricultural holding has obtained a fault-tolerant solution that ensures continuous operation of subsystems and the prompt allocation of resources depending on the needs of business applications.