"Our new Brocade solutions not only improve performance, they're also making our data center significantly easier to manage," Gambal noted. "The management interface makes everything simpler: management, monitoring, and troubleshooting. This gives us some breathing room and more peace of mind."
JetBlue is gaining an additional sense of well-being from having redundant Brocade directors at its Salt Lake City disaster recovery site, where IT personnel are backing up the airline's most critical applications. There a Brocade Multiprotocol Router linked to a second router at the data center gives the airline fail-safe disaster recovery replication, ensuring that data systems remain operational in any emergency.
"The business continuity we're gaining with Brocade will serve us and our customers well in case of emergency," Gambal said. "With this level of fault tolerance coupled with the directors' expandable architecture, we're confident that our Brocade solution will support JetBlue's growth for the next decade."
About Brocade Communications Systems, Inc.
Brocade delivers industry-leading platforms, solutions, and services for intelligently connecting, managing, and optimizing IT resources in shared storage environments. The world's premier systems, server, and storage providers offer the Brocade SilkWorm family of Storage Area Network (SAN) connectivity platforms as the foundation for shared storage in organizations of all sizes. In addition, the Brocade Tapestry(TM) family of IT infrastructure solutions extends the ability to proactively manage and optimize application and information resources across the enterprise. Using Brocade solutions, organizations are better positioned to reduce cost, manage complexity, and satisfy business compliance requirements through optimized use and management of their IT resources. For more information, visit the Brocade Web site at www.brocade.com or contact the company at email@example.com.
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