Raritan upgrades DCIM for full data center monitoring, easier moves
The upgraded DCIM "enables data center professionals to spot incidents before they become problems," says Raritan.
Raritan, a specialist in data center infrastructure management (DCIM) and rack power distribution systems, has announced a new DCIM software release that provides for increased monitoring of white space and critical facilities systems. The release also features new capabilities to facilitate data center audits and moves.
Highlights of the new DCIM capabilities, according to Raritan, include: rack failover analysis reports that help prevent a single power chain failure from causing downtime; cabinet, asset and item detail reports to quickly perform audits; a cabinet move feature to simplify and quickly move or expand data centers; and expanded data center health maps that monitor critical facilities systems such as CRACs, UPSs and RPPs.
The upgraded DCIM "enables data center professionals to spot incidents before they become problems," says Raritan. Raritan notes that its DCIM system also provides easy-to-use import wizards, auto-discovery features and one of industry’s largest models libraries, to help enable faster data center deployments.
The new DCIM capabilities are available now, and are included at no additional costs to customers with maintenance agreements. The announcement of the new features was made at this week's Gartner Data Center Conference.
To hear two of Raritan’s more significant customers (British Airways and Comcast) talk about how they implemented the company's DCIM, visit http://www.raritan.com/IDCWebinar.