- Functional Applications - Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP)
- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) - Private Cloud
- Product Research & Development
- Construction Management
- Infrastructure Inspection
- Cloud Planning, Design & Implementation Services
Tsingtao Brewery, a 116-year-old Chinese brand with over 60 breweries across the country, faced the challenge of maintaining its rich heritage while keeping pace with intensified market competition. The brewery's IT infrastructure, a critical platform for its operations, was in need of a more scalable, flexible solution to support new business initiatives. As part of an ongoing effort to improve product quality, service, management, and create more value for consumers, Tsingtao Brewery launched an initiative to upgrade its core business operations and support an intelligent new retail model. The digital transformation of its IT infrastructure was a cornerstone of this strategy. The brewery needed an agile, scalable data center solution that would meet its strict technical and operational standards.
About The Customer
Tsingtao Brewery is a 116-year-old Chinese brand with a rich heritage as an international corporation with global influence. With more than 60 breweries across the country, it is China’s leader in size and market share. The brewery continually strives to maintain its rich heritage, while embracing new technologies to keep pace with intensified market competition. The IT infrastructure is a critical platform for Tsingtao Brewery’s critical operations. The organization realized it needed a more scalable, flexible solution to support new business initiatives. The brewery is proud of its history, but its leaders understand the need to innovate to meet future needs in a challenging marketplace.
Tsingtao Brewery adopted the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Solution, a hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) solution that delivers flexible scalability, high reliability, robust security, and worry-free one-click management capabilities. This solution has strict technical and operational standards for the construction and operation of data centers, offering high usability, a simple interface, and reassuring safety & security. The Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Solution provides a powerful combination of high usability, simple interface, and robust security. With its flexible HCI solution featuring the Nutanix AHV hypervisor, Tsingtao Brewery can rapidly extend its IT infrastructure as needed, while maintaining outstanding performance. The solution makes it easy to expand computing and storage resources simply by adding nodes, to boost performance and capabilities.
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