Integrated Data Center Management (IDCM)

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Reduce Costs, Improve Uptime, and Gain Better Visibility

Integrating systems, from buildings to servers to applications, to provide greater efficiency, streamlined management and improved insight, unifying the data center ecosystem.

Teaming with Carrier/Automated Logic

ALC and Nlyte Software are partnering on the Integrated Data Center Management initiative. Through this initiative, both organizations are tightening the integration between cooling/power systems and servers/ workloads that run within data centers. This will provide organizations with unprecedented transparency and control of how they manage their infrastructure for energy savings, reduced costs, and improved uptime of data center operations.

Automated Logic a division of Carrier delivers Integrated Data Center Management to its customers. Nlyte is joining forces with Automated Logic and integrating with their WebCTRL Building Automation System application to deliver more upstream data from the data center environment. The integration now shares detailed information between cooling/power systems and servers/ workloads that run within data centers. This will provide organizations with unprecedented transparency and control of how they manage their infrastructure for energy savings, reduced costs, and improved uptime of data center operations.

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What Integrated Data Center Management Delivers

Whether you are in charge of Critical Facilities, Operations, or Systems Engineering IDCM addresses many challenges you are facing today.

  • Holistic management for reliable and efficient IT and facility data center management
  • Transparency across the entire facility infrastructures for reliable decision-making delivering operational and efficiency improvements
  • Balancing critical infrastructure maintenance with workload availability
  • Ensuring the infrastructure supports your critical application needs
  • Gaining visibility into the effects power and cooling have on workloads and assets and the organization
  • Faster decision making through automated, integrated systems
  • Target specific efforts to reduce costs and improve energy utilization
  • Identify anomalies in the performance of your data center devices
  • Automating workflows to address detected security breaches or power anomalies