Posted by Vineeth Ram in New Questions to Answers you think you know Wednesday, 24 October 2012 00:00 No Comments
Reduce costs, increase efficiencies, improve agility
At its core, DCIM helps to reduce costs, improve efficiencies and lower the risk of downtime while enhancing the flexibility and agility of operations. DCIM delivers specific costs savings by lowering energy consumption and improving the efficiency of operations by effectively managing power, cooling and space capacity. It improves SLA performance through improved monitoring and management of the infrastructure that allows for alarms and alerts that help to identify and resolve problems quickly and efficiently. It enables better decision making with actionable insights acquired thru’ the analysis of real-time data which helps to improve the agility and flexibility of operations. This enables faster, efficient provisioning of resources and managing change requires more effectively. DCIM improves manageability and enables rapid root cause analysis with holistic visibility into the infrastructure.
Posted by Vineeth Ram in New Questions to Answers you think you know Wednesday, 17 October 2012 21:01 No Comments
DCIM involves the holistic monitoring and management of all IT and Facilities resources in the data center to optimize the utilization of power, cooling and space in concert with IT systems performance and overall IT operations. DCIM, when integrated with ITSM solutions, enables the delivery of IT as a Service and comprehensive Business Service Management (BSM) in the most efficient and effective manner. DCIM enables improved operational efficiency, lower costs, improved availability and reduced risk of down time while increasing operational flexibility and agility.
Posted by Vineeth Ram in New Questions to Answers you think you know Thursday, 11 October 2012 13:54 No Comments
Data Center Infrastructure Management or DCIM is a term that has been coined fairly recently. In a nutshell, it refers to the ability to monitor and manage all the Facilities and IT Resources in the Data Center. Key facilities resources include the Power Systems such as UPS, Power Distribution Units (PDUs), the Cooling management systems such as CRAC units and Chillers as well as the Space Management systems such as the racks, cabinets, containers and hot/ cold aisles.
Posted by DCIM Expert in Holistic Approaches in the Data Center Thursday, 29 December 2011 12:01 No Comments
In this video, Naveen Mishra, Gartner India, APAC, discusses how power is increasingly becoming a concern in India due to the gap between supply and demand.
Posted by DCIM Expert in Modeling for The Future Wednesday, 28 December 2011 12:01 No Comments
In this video, Marcelo Kawanami, Frost & Sullivan Latin America shares that over the next few years, data centers in Latin America will see a couple of things happen.