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Major IT Services Provider Implements Sevone - SevOne Industrial IoT Case Study
Major IT Services Provider Implements Sevone
The legacy system lacked the automation, scalability, and flexibility the ISP’s clients required. For instance, the ISP team had to manually group resources such as servers, routers, switches, load balancers, and firewalls to create network maps. It took so long that the maps were usually outdated by the time they were completed.The IT services provider focused on several big problems it needed to fix, among them:Outdated network monitoring: Its legacy network monitoring system, initially deployed in 2002, could not deliver the dynamic monitoring and management capabilities the client now required.Lengthening MTTR times: Without granular, real-time network visibility, the network operations team was troubleshooting problems by manually piecing together items such as log files. Fixes that should have taken minutes were taking hours.Costly SLA violations: The ISP incurred significant financial penalties any time it missed a service level commitment for the government agency customer, and they were beginning to add up.Staff morale problems: The legacy system was causing frustration among the ISP’s network ops team. Being thrown repeatedly into high-pressure situations and trying to fix problems while essentially half blindfolded was taking its toll.
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Energy Management for Data Centers - SevOne Industrial IoT Case Study
Energy Management for Data Centers
The company faced this data center energy efficiency challenge with the extenuating circumstances of rapid growth in computing needs and a corporate desire to use renewable “green” sources of energy, which come at a premium cost to traditional energy. With over 600,000 servers and 25,000 smart power strips and power distribution units across multiple datacenters, the company had limited insight into:Compute power consumptionOpportunities for server virtualization and server consolidation to reduce power consumption and coolingPotential operation efficiencies through better utilization of available server resourcesTo gain the next level of insight into their infrastructure performance, the company turned to SevOne to implement monitoring, baselining, and alerting for power consumption across their worldwide data centers.
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