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Kitselas First Nation Implements Scale Computing to Deliver Efficiency, Ease of Use, Maximum Uptime to Local Government

Kitselas First Nation Implements Scale Computing - A Case Study

Kitselas First Nation Implements Scale Computing to Deliver Efficiency, Ease of Use, Maximum Uptime

Kitselas First Nation is a self-funded and self-governing nation in BC, Canada. They were flooded and required new equipment.


The issues:

  • New servers required.
  • Simple, scalable, affordable, reliable and available, and easy-to-use modern solution needed.
  • Efficiency and speed issues.
  • Disaster recovery to be implemented.
  • Team of 1 IT personnel.


The solution:

  • One cluster from Scale Computing could service five sites and ensure business continuity.
  • The Scale Computing HC3 cluster is highly available and runs systems with no downtime.
  • Replacement of legacy infrastructure with 14 virtual machines across five sites to run on Scale Computing HC3.
  • Managed domain controllers, specialised medical reporting software and data storage.
  • Single, easy-to-use platform ideal for a lean IT team spread across several sites.
  • One control panel for 14 servers across multiple sites.
  • One step updates to HC3 with no downtime.


Results:

  • Virtual cluster to manage five sites.
  • Onsite back up and Google Cloud Platform in Quebec.
  • 15% time saved not managing legacy infrastructure.
  • Implementation was a piece of cake.
  • Excellent and intuitive training by Scale Computing.
  • Quick and easy transfer of data from old virtual machines to the new ones.


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Industry

Company Size

200+ employees

Location

British Columbia

Use Case

Edge Computing