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Florida Hospital Invests in Disaster Recovery

March 10, 2008
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With a watchful eye on disaster recovery, Florida Hospital, the largest hospital in the state of Florida, is working with open source solution provider, Red Hat Inc. of Raleigh, N.C. to maintain reliable disaster-recovery systems that protect patient information.

The hospital has created a disaster-recovery solution that utilizes Red Hat Global File System running on the SAN and Red Hat cluster suite with a six-node cluster. To facilitate infrastructure management, security compliance and new-system deployment, Florida Hospitals also implemented Red Hat network.

Florida Hospital is based in Orlando and has seven facilities totaling 2,300 beds throughout Central Florida and is part of the Adventist Healthcare system, the largest not-for-profit healthcare provider in the nation.



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