Today’s data centers are becoming increasingly complex and require robust tools to improve and simplify management. A data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solution can provide the visibility and simplification your customers’ data centers require. But some of your customers may be hesitant to deploy a DCIM solution due to concerns about the cost and ROI, and the overall impact on existing operations. In this issue, we address five myths about DCIM deployment that have been circulating in the market and contrasts those myths with the reality based on today’s DCIM technology and user experience. Read more
Liebert RDU-A G2
Intelligent monitoring solution
The Liebert® RDU-A G2 allows data center administrators to manage environmental conditions i.e. temperature and humidity, leak, smoke, vibrations and digital inputs and outputs. It is also capable of monitoring infrastructure appliances such as UPS, precision cooling units and generator sets.
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3 things your customers want to hear: Every executive needs to understand the value of a new technology, and that is certainly the case with DCIM, which can be a sizable investment. Here are three important topics to address with your customers.
Avocent Universal Management Gateway
Infrastructure management appliance
The Avocent® Universal Management Gateway appliance is the first converged management appliance that enables customers to remotely manage any device, in any location, from any vendor, at any time in a secure, centralized manner.
Consolidate access at the desk, at the rack or across the entire data center with Avocent's field-proven line of analog and digital KVM appliances.
Australian IoT home market could be worth $3.2b in 2019
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PUE critics want water added to data centre efficiency metric
Green IT not-for-profit The Green Grid wants water used for cooling in data centres added to the metric for data centre power efficiency to adequately account for how much energy is actually used.
Top Signs Your Customers Need DCIM
Inability to plan capacity of space and cooling Frequent outages (more than one every other year) are disrupting operations Equipment utilization rates are lower than desired No way to determine impact of equipment adds or changes on existing systems Limited ability to plan for future requirements