Cerner Automates Its Multi -Tenant Network to Ensure Reliability

Cerner has entered into an agreement with BlueCat to automate its existing network and improve reliability.
Cerner is eyeing BlueCat’s solution to automate its cloud based services say industry experts at Big Market Research. This EHR vendor has big plans to make its existing multi -tenant network much faster. Researchers evaluating the growth prospect and size and share of the electronic health records (EHR) system market revealed that the decision will enable Cerner to pace up with the recent and advanced technologies. Officials at Cerner agreed there were various reasons why they zeroed in on BlueCat. Based in Toronto BlueCat topped the preference list for its DDI software, which includes IP address management, DNS and DHCP.
These solutions have been found effective in both constructing and managing a highly complicated network infrastructure. Moreover, the end user will no longer have to re-architect every time they plan to expand. The collaboration between Cerner and BlueCat brings in good news even for the electronic health records (EHR) system market in Latin America. Many healthcare IT company in the region will now be able to understand the benefits of automating their existing multi-tenant network. With the new solution on board Cerner would will now be able to provide medical institutions a wide range of cloud and hosted services.
Echoing his sentiments about the recent collaboration John Macy, the principal architect at Cerner said “It’s critical that we keep our e-health data and infrastructure secure, reliable and scalable so we can respond rapidly to new business requirements.” Macy explained “We teamed with BlueCat to strengthen our infrastructure to support our evolving and expanding business as well as innovations in emerging technologies. Cerner had conducted rigorous test before selecting the offerings. BlueCat’s pulses such as its development focus, advanced technology as well as innovative culture worked in favor of the company.
Andrew Wertkin, the CTO of BlueCat added that his company was thrilled to collaborate with a company like Cerner known for innovations. Company’s capability to adapt to the emerging technologies has increased their popularity in the electronic health records system market. Commenting on the agreement with Cerner Wertkin said “We look forward to continuing to build upon our relationship as we collaborate to support their business goals. “The company has several customers migrate from VitalQIP with absolutely no zero downtime. BlueCat’s track record, when it comes to patching the DNS vulnerabilities are incomparable.
There has been a strong demand for automating the manual server provisioning and network management activities and services offered by BlueCat have beyond expectations. Besides, company can now blackhole a domain for over 300,000 users in just few minutes. This has next to impossible with some of the solutions available in the electronic health records system market.

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