April 06, 2023
Q&A Session: Our Engineering Experts Answer Employee’s Queries
Emerging technologies, services, and business continuity stood out among top-of-mind topics in a recent internal Q&A session, which gave Sayers employees an opportunity to quiz our engineering experts. As you consider the technology needs of your organization, we offer these highlights from the panel discussion. Who Will Be An Emerging Technology Partner In 2023? Looking […]
December 01, 2022
Is A Full-Stack Observability Solution In Your Future?
Author: Mark McCully Mark is an industry-certified Senior Solutions Architect at Sayers with more than 20 years of experience designing enterprise-class, hybrid-cloud infrastructure with a focus on automation, observability, performance, security, and stability. Organizations continue to modernize their networks and data centers to support business and user requirements. Elements of that modernization, such as more […]
February 12, 2022
Right-Sized Data Center: Ferrara Candy Company
While managing through IT growing pains, Sayers helps to Right-Size the Data Center The Ferrara Candy Company is an American candy manufacturer, based in Chicago, Illinois. After consistent growth over several years, Ferrara was experiencing an infrastructure that became more and more difficult to manage. They needed a right-sized data center. The impact of critical IT […]
September 15, 2021
IS OBJECT STORAGE THE ANSWER TO YOUR DATA STORAGE NEEDS?
If you’ve got a lot of data (and what organization doesn’t?), you’ve got decisions to make about that data. Not the least of which is: Where and how will you store it all? For many companies, object storage is the answer. Also known as object-based storage, object storage manages data as distinct units to be […]
September 15, 2021
VM Upgrades Without the Downtime
When VMWare 5.5 went EOL, a client was looking to migrate thousands of VMs. However, the client’s team didn’t have the resource bandwidth to tackle a project of this size. Enter Sayers. Jumping from VMWare 5.5 to 6.0 or better was a massive undertaking for a client of this size. With thousands of migrating machines on […]