North Dakota Converts to Red Hat Linux

North Dakota state Capitol building in the afternoon with lights on

CPI has successfully converted North Dakota State Radio Department of Emergency Services to Red Hat Linux on new hardware.

Computer Project of Illinois, Inc. (CPI) migrated all existing OpenFox® functionality in the North Dakota State Radio AIX server environments to the new RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) environments provided by CPI. CPI also upgraded the Archive v3.0, Validation Application, and 911 application databases to Oracle 12c. The following OpenFox components were included in the migration:

  • OpenFox┬« Message Switch
  • Configurator 7.2
  • Operator Aid (OpAid 7.19)
  • Archive v3.0
  • Validations (VLD) and 911 Application Database
  • High Availability (HA)

In addition, to support the OpenFox migration to physical Linux servers, CPI procured and staged new hardware, operating systems, and software licensing. The new hardware was installed in the ND State Radio data center.

ND State Radio becomes the 22nd CPI OpenFox System Running on Linux. 

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