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Redapt Cloud* Trims Costs with Intel® Xeon® ProcessorsRedapt Cloud* Featuring Intel® Xeon® Processors Trims Costs by One-ThirdEntertainment company brings online games to players worldwide with private cloudChallenges• Develop a cloud-based infrastructure to better distribute workload for SHFL entertainment’s online games• Meet security and compliance regulations for wager-based games• Find affordable alternative to public cloud services that provides a high level of controlSolutions• Redapt deployed a private cloud featuring Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2650-based servers• Private cloud accommodated greater workloads while providing more control over security• Redapt Cloud* reduced total costs by 35 percent compared with public cloudCasino entertainment, in the cloudWhen SHFL entertainment wanted to expand beyond manufacturing shuffle machines, table games, and slot machines, it added free casino-style games to its website. Soon, it was clear that these online games—such as three-card poker—had hit the jackpot. SHFL entertainment decided to convert several of its games from free-to-play to wager-based versions. However, the transition posed two major challenges. SHFL entertainment turned to cloud solutions expert Redapt for help.Read the full Redapt Cloud* Trims Costs with Intel® Xeon® Processors Solution Brief.
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