Building a “New School” Infrastructure at Oklahoma Wesleyan University

Thanks for your interest in the Oklahoma Wesleyan case study. In the case study, we detail the university’s key challenges, the search for a solution and why they selected Maxta. 

Oklahoma Wesleyan’s Challenges 

  • Nimble storage array difficult to manage and running out of space 
  • High cost of adding capacity to existing arrays 
  • Hyperconverged appliances were interesting, but too expensive  upfront and at refresh 

 Maxta Benefits 

  • Immediate $30,000 savings using hyperconvergence software on industry-standard servers vs. traditional storage   
  • Ability to easily scale storage or compute as the university’s needs grew 
  • Radically simplified storage management: no more LUNs, provisioning, or complicated capacity planning 

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