Published on 29 Jan 2013
“ The PureFlex System gives us a single platform that can support practically anything a mid-scale enterprise needs to do. ”
Dougie Reid, Service Director, Managed Services, Agilisys
Agilisys is one of the UK’s most innovative IT and business process service providers. It serves both the public and private sectors, and has earned a strong reputation for deep domain expertise within local and central government, healthcare, and financial services. With a network of offices and centres of excellence throughout the UK, Agilisys employs over 1,900 staff, and prides itself on providing a flexible, customer-focused approach to service provision.
To deliver better service levels for its clients and reduce overhead, Agilisys wanted to find a flexible, scalable, easy-to-manage platform that would be capable of supporting multiple types of IT applications.
Agilisys implemented an IBM® PureFlex™ System to act as both a consolidation platform for clients’ existing systems, and a private cloud environment for new requirements.
Enhances scalability, helping to support clients’ requirements seamlessly. Accelerates provisioning of new systems by 98 percent. Simplifies management of multiple platforms via a single console.
IBM products and services that were used in this case study.
IBM SmartCloud Entry for Flex system
Flex System Manager, PureFlex Standard, PureFlex System running hypervisor - VMware
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