nlyte DCIM suite will help Ticketmaster model, manage and visualise all assets within its European data centres
Online ticket sales and distribution company Ticketmaster has selected the nlyte Software’s DCIM suite to manage utilisation of power, space and cooling across its entire European data centre estate.
nlyte Software is a UK-based data centre infrastructure management (DCIM) application provider, founded by data centre professionals for data centre professionals.
The nlyte DCIM suite will give Ticketmaster a complete insight and control over its data centre environments.
Its clients can now have access to tailored reports, giving visibility into their data centre capacity utilisation so they can support Ticketmaster’s drive to an efficient ticketing process.
Ticketmaster has deployed the nlyte DCIM suite to model, manage and visualise all assets within its European data centres, located in London and Amsterdam.
The granular detail delivered by the nlyte suite gives Ticketmaster the ability to track individual servers, dependencies and usage inside the data centre.
The nlyte Analytics Dashboard module and its tailored reports keep all Ticketmaster personnel, from management executives to the data centre engineers, informed about power and infrastructure usage.
nlyte also helps Ticketmaster to identify the inefficient equipment and prioritise it for replacement with newer and greener models.
nlyte Software IT sustainability co-founder and vice-president Rob Neave said, using the nlyte DCIM suite, Ticketmaster is now able to monitor and control each of its individual customers’ data centre assets, helping to ensure service reliability, even during the busiest of periods.
"In addition, by tracking power consumption on a per user basis, Ticketmaster’s clients are much more aware of the costs of their data centre services and are joining the drive to reduce energy usage," said Neave.