C’oeur d’Alene modernizes surveillance infrastructure, minimizes loss of critical data, improves security

The Coeur d’Alene Casino and Resort is owned and operated by the local Coeur d’Alene tribe. The resort consists of a large casino with over 1,500 automatic gaming systems (AGMs), 300 hotel rooms, a spa, gas station, golf course, and over a dozen restaurants and retail outlets. The tribe also owns half of the public transportation services in the area, and operates its own bus fleet that brings visitors to the resort from Spokane.

The resort was relying on video equipment that the surveillance industry had deemed ‘adequate’ for storing and editing feeds back in 2009. But those legacy systems, which used RAID 6, didn’t provide any advanced protections, like clustering and replication, there was no redundancy, and they didn’t backup data.

See how Nutanix Enterprise Cloud was the perfect solution, enabling the Casino and Resort to simplify infrastructure management, increase system uptime and availability, streamline gaming industry security and compliance, and reign in IT costs.


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