The Blade Server decision at the University of Florida. September 19, 2005 FAEDS 2005 Conference Palm Harbor, Florida. Overview. Introduce UF and our ERP environment Bridges perspective Our Vision Our Requirements Our Decision. University of Florida Profile.
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September 19, 2005
FAEDS 2005 Conference
Palm Harbor, Florida
A new central IT office created to implement and operate PeopleSoft and other enterprise applications
Computer Applications Coordinator
University of FloridaE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Air-con units froze up over the summer. When we arrived the server room temp was above 120F. Most of our servers had shut off and several APC 1400’s shut down that were connected to the Cisco switches.
Exchange and file servers are running on the Blade/SAN which ramped up the exhaust fans and somehow kept these system running with no ill effects
I know these key systems would have died had they been on any other servers. The most visible end user systems remained active thanks to the efficient cooling on the bladesIBM on the hotplate
Office of the Provost and Senior Vice President
University of Florida