No Limits Software RaMP is first DCIM solution to integrate with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

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The RaMP Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) solution from No Limits Software is the first to integrate with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c through their plug-in architecture.

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Customers already using Enterprise Manager benefit from having critical data center information available to them on a platform with which they are already familiar.

The RaMP Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) solution from No Limits Software RaMP is the first to integrate with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c through their plug-in architecture.

Oracle Enterprise Manager is Oracle’s integrated enterprise IT management product line, which provides the industry’s only complete, integrated and business-driven enterprise cloud management solution. Oracle Enterprise Manager creates business value from IT by leveraging the built-in management capabilities of the Oracle stack for traditional and cloud environments, allowing customers to achieve unprecedented efficiency gains while dramatically increasing agility and service levels.

The RaMP integration from No Limits Software extends Enterprise Manager’s capabilities beyond the Oracle stack. The integration with RaMP, one of the industry’s most comprehensive DCIM solutions for managing assets, power, cooling, and energy efficiency in data centers, allows Enterprise Manager to collect real-time data from UPSs, PDUs, rack PDUs, cooling equipment, network devices, and servers (both physical and virtual). “Using a wide range of network-enabled technologies, our RaMP solution can produce a complete picture of the data center landscape, from virtual servers to servers and network equipment to the power and cooling infrastructure,” said Dave Cole, president of No Limits Software. ”The many customers already using Enterprise Manager benefit from having this critical information available to them on a platform with which they are already familiar.”

EM12c users can now view data typically only found in BMS and DCIM solutions, including cabinet power, infrastructure power (UPS, PDU, rack PDU), temperature and humidity reading. RaMP also provides detailed asset management, server and VM monitoring, and network management.

RaMP’s ability to auto-discover both IT and facilities equipment greatly reduces the time and cost for setup as well as significantly increasing the accuracy of the data. RaMP’s automated change management can also detect changes such as firmware and operating system upgrades, software installation, hardware modifications, and even network cable moves.

The RaMP solution provides the following benefits:

  • Auto-discovery of detailed information for both IT and facilities equipment
  • Power and environmental monitoring down to the device level
  • Server and virtual server monitoring
  • Automated change control to reduce MTTR and increase availability
  • Web services API for integration with other systems
  • PUE, DCiE and CADE energy management calculations
  • Accurate capacity planning data to help reduce stranded power and shutdown risks
  • Device type roll-up views for an easy way to quickly compare device performance
  • Workflow and task management

About No Limits Software

No Limits Software is a leading provider of data center management solutions, including asset and change management, capacity planning and real-time monitoring. Their RaMP DCIM solution allows you to more effectively manage your data center. RaMP eliminates the need for physical audits, dramatically reduces the time to find and repair equipment, improves system availability and increases data center energy efficiency by providing accurate real-time monitoring. No Limits Software solutions are fully scalable and all data is fully accessible via published web services API to allow you to easily integrate the solutions with your existing data center management platforms. You can learn more at http://www.nolimitssoftware.com.

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