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July 19, 2009

GDCM unveils new data centre management suite

Allows companies to manage and forecast their capacities for space, power, cooling and network connections to prevent service interruptions

By CBR Staff Writer

Global DataCenter Management, a provider of data centre performance management products, has introduced its new data centre performance management suite, nlyte.

The company said, the new product helps companies manage their data centers by providing information to make decisions for the management of data centre assets and physical infrastructure. With nlyte, companies can manage and forecast their capacities for space, power, cooling and network connections to prevent service interruptions.

The new offering reportedly includes enhanced power management to provide support for the entire power infrastructure, multi-phased power management and power strip details. Other additional features include multi-dimensional cabinet / rack management; and raised floor management. The nlyte installer allows organisations to install, upgrade or patch the nlyte system to install the software and manage licenses for all nlyte components.

According to the company, the bulk data management feature allows users to manage large volumes of data in one transaction and nlyte integrator collects data and enables real-time data to be presented and used in the daily operation of the data centre.

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Jon Temple, president and CEO of GDCM, said: I’m excited to unveil a significant new release of our nlyte solution. Getting the most productivity and cost savings from data centre assets is the goal of every CIO, and nlyte 5.1 is the most effective solution to optimise existing physical infrastructure before investing in new servers, software and cooling systems.

In association with nlyte 5.1, GDCM is also releasing a new forecasting product that enables predictive analysis of future requirements for space and power capacity planning based on known changes and historical baselines. The forecasts are displayed graphically using Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services and can be exported to Microsoft Excel or Adobe PDF files.

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