The Granada council is transforming its IT infrastructure towards sustainability with Nutanix.

The Granada Provincial Council has decided to implement Nutanix technology to provide technical assistance to all municipalities in the province in their effort to offer high-quality digital services to citizens. The organization, which already provides technical, economic, and technological support to local governments, aims to simplify its infrastructure and optimize energy consumption with this measure.

In 2016, the law requiring public administrations to provide electronic services highlighted the limitations of the existing infrastructure. With 95% of Granada’s municipalities, 166 localities, having fewer than 20,000 inhabitants, the role of the Provincial Council was crucial in providing the necessary resources for efficient electronic administration.

Faced with this scenario, the Provincial Council began a technological renewal project, opening a public tender that was ultimately won by Nutanix. The new service-oriented infrastructure was designed to offer greater availability and recovery capacity, enabling almost zero downtime and a migration that was completed in just one afternoon.

The benefits include simplification of the infrastructure, improved performance, optimization of energy consumption, and increased computing capacity. “We are very pleased with the results of our technological renewal project with Nutanix, as well as with the flexibility of their solution,” says Miguel Pereira Martínez, head of the new technologies service at the Granada Provincial Council. Pereira also highlights the solution’s capacity for future integrations such as hybrid cloud services and projects related to smart tourist destinations.

Meanwhile, Jorge Vázquez, general director of Nutanix Iberia, emphasizes the importance of a public institution like the Granada Provincial Council investing in their solutions, allowing for agility, simplicity, freedom of choice, flexibility, scalability, and unprecedented cost reduction. “Technology is key to remaining competitive in the market,” concludes Vázquez.

via: MiMub in Spanish

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