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Enterprise Infrastructure (EI) provides a virtual infrastructure hosting environment for both central services and customer use. This allows any unit at the University to leverage the investment already made for hosting central services and focus their resources at providing specialty services, rather than common goods services like storage and compute.
- Managed Virtual Machines
- Self-managed Virtual Machines
- Private VM Clusters
- High performance storage
- High speed networking
- Application load balancing
- Highly Available (HA) architectures
- Secure environments
- 24×7 monitoring of critical infrastructure
Services managed by:
The Virtual Infrastructure is managed by EI Multi-Platform Systems and Services and hosted in facilities managed by EI Data Centers and Technical Support.