A hybrid compute infrastructure augments the traditional data center. It allows for optimizing application workload balancing cost and user experience. It also enables the adoption of new technologies from virtualization, high-density racks, and hyper converged infrastructure equipment.
A hybrid approach allows for any organization and management style to tailor their infrastructure that is right for their business. Conservative and security focused organizations will keep critical applications under their watch in a physical data center owned and managed by their personnel.
For organizations that aren’t ready to invest the tens of millions to build or expand data centers, the colocation provider is a great option balancing risk and cost. Where speed of deployment and short term compute power is needed the public cloud and SaaS deployments are ideal. When sheer speed of data is needed for IoT or high-speed transactions Edge computing is now essential.
How does Data Center Infrastructure Management Software Improve the Data Center?
DCIM implementation bridges the gap between Facilities and IT coordinating planning and managing through automation and transparent communication leveraging a Single Source of Truth.
From the receiving dock to decommissioning Nlyte DCIM maximizes the production value of your assets over time. Capturing change at its source, Nlyte DCIM facilitates timely onboarding of equipment at the time of receiving through to the decommissioning of older equipment.
Optimize your resources and personnel with measurable, repeatable intelligent processes making individuals more efficient. Support cross-team assignment for multi-team tasks. Extend the adoption of ITIL and COBIT into the data center without any additional development or services.
Bi-lateral systems communication
Nlyte becomes your single source of truth for all assets sharing information between Facilities, IT, and business systems.
Infrastructure and workload optimization
Designed to support your operation efficiency goals and reduce the number of ad-hoc processes at play in your data center. Unlock unused and under-utilized workload, space, and energy capacity to maximize your ROI.
Space and efficiency planning
Forecast and predict the future state of your data center’s physical capacity based on consumption management. “What if” models forecast the exact capacity impact of data center projects on space, power, cooling and networks.
Risk, audit, compliance, and reporting
Power failure simulations and automated workflow reduce the risk of the unknown and human error. Audit and reporting tools improve visibility and help achieve compliance requirements.