So here I am, last Friday before Christmas… trying to clear out my Inbox before the holidays and an urgent client request comes in…
We have received a late requirement for a virtualised global distribution system based on a traditional Linux Red Hat (with Red Nose) operating system utilising fat-client vertical drop-off delivery systems. The solution must be delivered by 24 December in order for the client to meet business deadlines and avoid massive disappointment to his customers.
The solution must be capable of scaling to meet global demand and have capacity to cater for worldwide overnight silent delivery.
Pull technology must be utilised using the open-source â€œReindeer/Sleighâ€ principle and customer satisfaction is usually measured via the proprietary mince pie/brandy method. Alternative e-satisfaction measures have been tried but failed to satisfy the client.
Our client operates from a single site classified at top secret level using the latest encrypted/ virtualised addressing regime. I am allowed to tell you that the operating components (EL-VE-S) are highly resistant to frost.
Storage Area Network Technology Architecture (SAN-TA) is the essential core component.
Any design templates for a solution such as this from previous deployments (last December?) would be welcomed.
All those replying are guaranteed to have a great Christmas. The client has promised.
(Thanks to DT for letting me share this)