"... by including structured cabling within DCIM, holistic and proactive data center infrastructure management can be achieved." Michael Phares and David Veneski
San Luis Obispo, CA (PRWEB) August 14, 2012
A new white paper co-produced by Cormant, Inc. and Fluke Networks sets out to prove that managing increased energy efficiency, optimized IT infrastructure investment, and revolutionized data center architecture is not only possible, but necessary and achieved by the inclusion of Connectivity Management within the DCIM environment.
Three emerging dynamics are largely affecting the management of enterprise data centers: the increased requirement for energy efficiency, the need to optimize the investment in IT infrastructure, and the revolution in data center architecture manifested in virtualization and cloud computing. Overseeing these dynamics is difficult and nowadays achieved by the innovative discipline called Data Center Infrastructure Management or DCIM.
DCIM is often aimed at controlling the physical facilities: power, cooling, racks and space. But DCIM is also a comprehensive repository for information and a logical means to manage other key pieces of data center infrastructure, including the cabling that interconnects servers, storage, switches, routers, firewalls, etc. This white paper, entitled “The Need For Connectivity Management As Part Of A DCIM Environment” explains that, by including structured cabling within DCIM, holistic and proactive data center infrastructure management can be achieved.
About Cormant, Inc.:
Cormant, Inc. has been solving DCIM challenges for global customers since 2003. Cormant’s mobile DCIM solution ensures real-time, accurate IT infrastructure management of precisely the information required by providing a vendor-neutral, highly configurable, uniquely mobile and trusted solution for monitoring and management of all IT infrastructure. For more information visit http://www.cormant.com.
About Fluke Networks:
Fluke Networks leads the way in helping to develop and support emerging and important standards for today's datacom networks. Encircled Flux. 10 Gig. Industrial Ethernet. They'll help you on your way to best practice. Whether you're a network tech solving a problem on the go or a network engineer managing application performance – Fluke Networks have purpose-built point solutions and advanced systems and utilities to make you an expert. For more information visit http://www.flukenetworks.com.