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BUSINESS SERVER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM

July 4, 2014



Project Status : Active Project Phase : Execution Project Location : United States Project Type: TECHNOLOGY Responsible Department: City of Ashland Information Technology Department Total Cost : $135,000 Project Description :Almost all City work is performed on or saved to the organization%s business systems. Those systems consist of application, file, database, reporting, web, and backup servers. Server capacity must be maintained to handle the increasing demands of larger and more complex software, such as the City%s financials, document management, law enforcement, GIS, disaster recovery/business resumption, and related software solutions. As part of an the IT Department%s maintenance and upgrade schedule, City equipment is replaced or upgraded on a five-year cycle, based on requirements. The replacement program uses an obsolescence lifecycle to limit equipment failure for production systems. Beginning in Fiscal Year 2012, IT will implement server virtualization. This approach builds a central server capacity that can then be allocated through software to function as multiple servers in one environment. Long-term, this will reduce costs, reduce the waste rates, allow creation of production and development environments, and recover from major failures more quickly.

Project completion date : 2017-06-30 12:00:00

Major organization : CITY OF ASHLAND

Address : 20 East Main Ashland, Oregon 97520 USA Website : http://www.ashland.or.us/



Country :United States


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