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University of Queensland to migrate 80 server rooms to two facilities

Hamish Barwick | May 28, 2014
The University of Queensland (UQ) is planning to migrate 80 server rooms to two large server rooms over the next four years to reduce costs.


Sixty per cent of UQ's corporate IT infrastructure is virtualized. For example, in 2013 the UQ Central IT group purchased 10 physical servers and provisioned 200 virtual servers.

According to Duncan, he would love to get the university's infrastructure 100 per cent virtualized.

"As far as corporate IT, it will be very difficult to make a case for not having all of those core applications virtualized."


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