Nlyte, headquartered San Mateo, California offers their eponymous a data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solution.
Data Center Infrastructure Management Software
Data Center Infrastructure Management Software Overview
What is Data Center Infrastructure Management Software?
Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) Software provides centralized management of data center performance, as well as general data center modeling tools. This may encompass health tracking and alerting features (e.g. cooling and wiring monitoring, disaster alerts, etc) and also capacity planning, migration or modernization.
Beyond preventing disaster or downtime, data gleaned from DCIM can be used for auditing and policy compliance ascertainment. Also, DCIM have evolved to accommodate the modern data center. This means they may also track cloud servers and assets, and software. This includes hypervisors and virtual machines (VMs), as well as potentially complex customer resource allocations and application mapping.
Features of Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) Software:
DCIM software generally provides the following features:
Data center device discovery
Special support for data center equipment (e.g. chilled water system)
Rack space planning and floor space management
Graphical depiction for spatial / location data (e.g. rack height, cable placement)
Connectivity analysis & management
Capacity utilization, heatmap
Network downtime or loss testing impact modeling
Customer resource allocation tracking
Dynamic power chain analysis and fault simulation
Support for multiple communication protocols
Energy cost and utilization analysis
Temperature tracking, cooling management
Configurable alarm threshold
Tracking for physical, virtual, and cloud-assets
Open API and software integrations for data sharing
Pricing of DCIM packages tends to vary a great deal. They scale with the complexity of features desired, which corresponds to the complexity of data center. Simpler packages may supply only asset discovery and performance tracking. Configuration, patching, and software maintenance increase cost of deployment. Pricing also scales directly with data center size. A larger number of assets (e.g. nodes, cabinets, cloud instances, virtual machines) means greater cost. Monthly or annual subscription-based licensing are common, rather than perpetual licensing.
Data Center Infrastructure Management Products
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Dutch company Patchmanager presents a wiring and connectivity oriented DCIM solution, PATCH MANAGER, providing management of copper, fber, WAN, LAN and power infrastructure.
Nutanix Prism is infrastructure, storage, cluster and virtual-environment management software.
Device42 is configuration management database software. With this software, users can automatically maintain an up-to-date inventory of their physical, virtual, and cloud servers and containers, network components, software, services, and applications. Additionally, users can track, understand, ...
CA DCIM was a data center infrastructure management solution retired by CA Technologies in 2015.
Geist DCIM is a data center infrastructure management option from Geist Global, a division of Vertiv since being acquired in 2018.
CommScope headquartered in Hickory, North Carolina, acquired iTRACS in March 2013 and now supports the data center infrastructure management platform.
The Internap Cloud is the platform-as-a-service (PaaS) from Internap in Atlanta, Georgia.
NETSCOUT’s nGeniusPULSE delivers the visibility needed in today’s IT eco-system to ensure the availability, reliability, and performance of mission-critical business services across a multi-cloud environment, from wherever users need access.
The Lenovo XClarity family of products present a system and server management solution, featuring server configuration and administration, power and cooling monitoring, and integration of Lenovo servers into IT infrastructure, among other features.
According to the vendor, Rahi Systems, is dedicated to helping our customers leverage best-of-breed technologies to execute their business strategy. We are uniquely capable of combining data center, IT and audio/video solutions to create an integrated environment that drives efficiencies, enhance...
QCT Rackgo R is a server management application.
QCT System Manager (QSM) is a hyper scale data center infrastructure management tool for managing large datacenters and also remote IT assets.
The Quanta Datacenter Manager (QDCM), from QCT, supports monitoring of datacenter infrastructure, such as temperature, and power usage, provide energy optimization, and monitor overall datacenter health.
INAP Colocation is a high-density, high-performing, secure and interconnected data center solution. Colocation facilities are strategically located, and concurrently maintainable. The vendor's goal is to allow users to seamlessly power and scale their infrastructure. The vendor promises to be an ...
ATEN International headquartered in Taiwan offers eco Sensors, a data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solution.
GalaxE.Solutions headquartered in Somerset offers GxInfra, a data center infrastructure management application.
Rittal offers RiZone, a data center infrastructure management (DCIM) option.
Panduit headquartered in Illinois offers SmartZone DCIM, a suite of applications designed to cover data center infrastructure monitoring and management functionality.
Sunbird Software headquartered in New Jersey offers their DCIM Suite of applications, available a la carte, as a total DCIM suite, in an asset and capacity oriented bundle or bundled for environmental and power consumption monitoring. The suite includes tools like Asset, Capacity, Change, Energy,...