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Managing Nuix Hardware with Resource Pools 

Nuix consumes significant computing resources and optimizing the resources available to each job can be challenging. With Rampiva, teams can easily standardize available resources, set rules based on the size of a processing job, and blend (or segment) resource pools across different server environments. 


This ensures that teams get the most output from their hardware resources and it makes it easier for non-technical team members to make smart decisions when starting cases. It helps to control the physical location where data is processed, which is essential for teams working across borders. For teams leveraging VMs, Azure or AWS, it is particularly compelling, because Rampiva can issue spin-up and spin-down instructions.

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