Travis County’s IT infrastructure, which runs about 190 critical applications, was housed in a basement data center with multiple points of failure, offered no room for expansion, and was prone to disasters, including flooding.
If the IT infrastructure failed, the entire county government would shut down. After several near-disasters that put their IT footprint in serious danger, the County decided to find a colocation solution.
The requirements Travis County presented included:
- 100% redundancy for disaster recovery
- Multi-layered physical security
- Scalability to provide room for future growth
- Carrier-neutral connectivity
- A cost-effective solution
- Strong customer service.
Finding a Colocation Partner
“We decided it was time to move our IT infrastructure to a better facility. We determined it would be far too expensive to remodel our current data center, or to build a new one and continue to operate it ourselves,” stated Walter LaGrone, IT Operations Director for Travis County.
Learn how Travis County sought to meet its selection criteria with a colocation provider and why it ultimately selected CyrusOne’s data center.
Download the Travis County Case Study
Request a complimentary copy of the case study “County Government Selects Colocation for Expanding IT Infrastructure” today and learn more about how you too can leverage full redundancy for disaster recovery.