Case study

Sutter Health tackles three-year data center consolidation project

August 8, 2016

Sutter Health recently embarked on a three-year data center consolidation project that would result in streamlining to two facilities, the main one in Sacramento and a smaller disaster recovery site in the San Jose area.

As Sutter Health was assessing its current data center operations and considering its consolidation plans, the IT group needed a solution that could integrate with its ITSM suite from BMC Software Inc.

An effective solution would also provide them with a way to improve reporting, produce dashboards for senior leadership, and assist with capacity management and predictive scenarios for planning purposes.

Sutter Health decided to deploy an array of Nlyte features and modules, including Connection Manager, Dashboard and Reporting, ITSM Connectors, Bulk Data Manager, Nlyte Predict, Organizer, NgageAPI, Integrator and Floor Planner, which replaced its legacy computer-aided design (CAD) tools.

The organization also is using Nlyte Audit to help manage the location of physical assets and do quarterly audits of these assets. 

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