As a healthcare provider serving 100 Northern California cities and towns, Sutter Health is challenged to provide positive patient experiences and deliver high-quality, personalized care. Technology is a key component in that effort, enabling Sutter’s 50,000 doctors, nurses and staff, as well as its patients, to access information at any time of the day, regardless of the type of system they’re using.

To ensure 100 percent uptime of that technology and quick recovery in the event of a service interruption, Sutter needed to ensure its data centers are operating with maximum efficiency. It’s a daunting challenge because the system had six data centers, including a main 1.5-megawatt production data center and five other regional data centers throughout Northern California.

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