Have you ever wondered, "isn't there a better way?" for provisioning physical assets in the data center. You may need to deploy assets for a new IT initiative, a migration or consolidation, or worse - an asset failure. The state of the art in data center optimization starts with advanced workflow process management.
The webinar takes an in-depth look at the fast paced evolution of DCIM, current trends and where the technology is going. Listen to 451 Research's Andy Lawrence's view of the industry!
The webinar helps you enforce asset data accuracy in a repeatable, structured manner; and the many ways in which this information can be leveraged to enable you to make powerful, impactful decisions for the business of managing your data center.
Join us to learn how the integration of Nlyte's data center infrastructure management database with RF Code's Asset Manager will: Enable more accurate asset capacity planning with true asset lifecycle tracking, Provide real-time asset information enabling automated problem resolution, and Improve your data center efficiency due to more accurate asset information at your fingertips.
Learn about data center audit methodology, and what problems it averts. Join James Tremblay, Solution Director at Asset Inventories (AI), as he discusses the data center auditing experiences of Asset Inventories, clients along with Dave Hunt, Dell, Global SAM Program Manager, Software Infrastructure Solutions.
Whether you are in IT, Finance, the Executive suite, or Facilities, you should all be looking at the management of your data center's infrastructure, given how much is invested into this complex and strategic corporate asset. Not only should the days of managing your data center with spreadsheets and Visio be long gone, but so too should those where data center operations are cut off from IT and Finance. Learn about the latest product innovations from industry leader Nlyte Software and how you can benefit from the most technologically advanced DCIM solution.
Monitoring for the Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) industry is far from straightforward, and not monolithic. Learn how to build a foundation for monitoring and ways to bridge "islands of monitoring" to gain a central pane of glass for real-time, historical data.
Nlyte—an HP Software Gold Partner—helps you extend HP Asset Manager to the data center floor with our Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software. Nlyte identifies actual physical data center usage of space, power, people and changes, then seamlessly integrates this information with HP Asset Manager.
Putting into place a proactive datacenter asset life-cycle management protocol can reduce datacenter costs, increase the ability to respond to new business needs faster, and mitigate risk and downtime. This IDC webinar quantifies the wide range of benefits realized through proactive datacenter asset life-cycle management.
Nlyte On-Demand makes it possible for companies of any size to deploy a scalable DCIM solution without incurring large up-front costs and complexities. Based on the flagship offering Nlyte 7, Nlyte On-Demand enables organizations to begin retooling their data center practices for efficiency and cost control. In this recorded session, you will learn how your organization can benefit from Data Center Infrastructure Mangement (DCIM) offered On Demand.
With increasing cost management pressures being put upon the data center's day–to–day operations, teams are looking to deploy DCIM software. But DCIM's management of power and cooling usage in the data center is now being met with further innovative hardware advances. These advances are enabling DCIM software to provide even greater functionality and automation in the areas of power and cooling capacity management. Presenter: Jeff Klaus, Intel DCM
How is compute capacity lost? Once lost, can it be reclaimed? Can lost capacity be avoided altogether? We'll answer these questions with real-world case studies and educational materials.
This webinar will provide a brief overview of the Software Defined Data Center (including virtualization of servers, storage and networking) and then will focus on the expanded role of Critical Facilities and its coordination with IT Service Management in the software-defined data center.
The term "DCIM" is used for a wide range of data center tools and solutions. As you consider what DCIM can do for you, be sure to THINK BIG. Otherwise you run the risk of only improving ways to execute the status quo, and underselling DCIM's capabilities and its value to your organization.
You know that keeping old servers and equipment around is not in your data center’s best interest. But it can be difficult to decommission and replace the equipment in place. Where are the old servers? What’s running on each server? How do I coordinate the receipt of the new equipment?