Caribbean island hospital rebuilds after hurricane with DataCore
ComputerWeekly, February 4th, 2020
February 4, 2020,
Volume 263, Issue 1

Hurricane Irma tore the roof off a server room and flooded IT hardware, but that was an opportunity to rebuild redundant IT using DataCore's SANsymphony software-defined storage

"The night of 5 September 2017 was a night to remember for the Caribbean island of Saint Martin. Devastated by Hurricane Irma, the only hospital in the French-administered part of the island had its roof ripped off and servers, storage and backup appliances drenched in rain and sea water.

Fortunately, the hospital had a second server room that replicated the primary infrastructure to ensure activities could continue if disaster struck. The big problem was, however, that it would take a year to rebuild the destroyed infrastructure and get back to normal IT functioning..."

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