- GE’s imaging system (PACS)
- Numerous Oracle databases for human resources
- Microsoft SQL servers for clinical programs
- Primary databases for neonatal, geriatric, pediatric and research
- Microsoft Exchange and IBM DB2 databases that support medical records
ons and uninterrupted patient care during routine maintenance, equipment failures and facility upheaval. For example, when the hospital experienced a major power outage in one data center, the doctors, staff and patients had continuous access to their vital data from the virtualized storage pool at the redundant site. Once power was restored, the systems returned automatically to normal operations.