With Nlyte and BMC Remedy, Work Bank expects to consolidate five data centers into two, representing a sqwuare footage consolidation of about 8 to 1, making its facilities much leaner and more efficient
VMWare wanted to get a much better handle on operational metrics, such as service ticket distribution and corresponding completion rates. Overall, asset and power management were the main goals. Learn how Nlyte helped them achieve thier objectives.
Nlyte made it possible for Walgreens to gather all of its asset information in one place, on an easy-to-read dashboard, so all departments were looking at the same data. Moves, adds and changes to the assets on the data center floor are automatically tracked and recorded, for up-to-the-minute accuracy.
With services spanning broadband, mobile, hosting and TV, Proximus operates arguably the most sophisticated IT infrastructure in Belgium.
Nlyte Energy Optimizer infrastructure software helps a US government agency consolidate an aging, nearing-capacity data center into a modern, energy efficient facility.
Nlyte Energy Optimizer Colocation Suite helps customer reduce energy consumption, sell more space and plan for expansions.
Nlyte Energy Optimizer’s scalability for a large multi-national results in 20% energy savings the first year.
Nlyte Energy Optimizer, a comprehensive solution, replaces outdated software to allow Mentor Graphics to easily and quickly monitor infrastructure in 18 countries.
Nlyte Energy Optimizer’s real-time monitoring helps a Media/Information company safely consolidate to blade servers, saving 45% in energy costs.
Nlyte Energy Optimizer real-time thermograph and co-location features help keep temperatures up, costs down, and tenants happy.
TransUnion had two primary goals: providing strong due diligence for effectively running the data center and tracking inventory, and empowering the various infrastructure teams to collaborate easily and effectively.
Amadeus IT Group, with €3.1 Billion annual revenue and more than 10,000 employees worldwide, sought to modernize its data center management. Nlyte enabled Amadeus to save costs in power and cooling, avoid building a new data center and optimize its current infrastructure.
Learn how the DCSM solution provided Sutter Health with more accurate asset tracking, standard reporting capabilities and a dashboard that provided the organization improved transparency of what it costs to run given services while also improving disaster recovery planning capabilities.
Canon U.S.A, a leading consumer electronics and imaging company, had two data centers with over 2,000 physical and virtual servers to manage. They were struggling to manage their infrastructure via spreadsheets, with significant inaccuracies and being out of sync across the various hardware teams. Learn how they were able to get this under control with Nlyte.
Computacenter is Europe’s leading independent provider of IT infrastructure services. This case study describes some of the business challenges that Computacenter was experiencing and how the Nlyte DCIM suite and its advanced analytic capabilities were able to help them gain control over their data centers by modeling, predicting and optimizing data center capacities.
One of the world’s largest technology companies running nine data centers on four continents with a capacity of more than 25,000 racks and 500,000 individual servers sought a way to managed their data center infrastructure – which was projected to double or triple in the coming years.
PNC Financial Services, with revenues in excess of $16 billion and 54,000 employees, was seeking a way to improve their data center processes, reduce risk, become more proactive and gain the ability to forecast capacity for moves, prospective consolidations and changes within their data center environment.
Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE), is one of the largest energy companies in the UK. Increasing demands from the business for more and more IT services accompanied by an on-going program of acquisition, made it apparent that SSE’s two existing data centres would soon run out of capacity and reach the end of their useful life.
When this home improvement giant opened its fourth data center, it realized its DIY solution for data center infrastructure management could no longer do the heavy lifting it needed.
One of the world’s largest banks with over 1 million square feet of data center space, 25,000 racks and 120,000 servers spread across North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific had a goal of replacing 15 percent of data center assets annually.