Posted on December 1, 2014
LAS VEGAS, NV (December 1, 2014)— Raritan, a leading provider of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) and rack power distribution solutions, today unveiled a new DCIM software release that provides monitoring of white space and critical facilities systems. The release also features new capabilities to facilitate data center audits and moves. The announcement was made at the Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Conference.
Raritan provides a complete solution to support customers moving from spreadsheets and other static forms and processes residing in multiple silos to an integrated, automated DCIM solution that provides accurate and interactive views on data center operations and resources. Capture information from the physical data center and create visual representations of data center elements and their interconnectivity, with Raritan’s enhanced DCIM solution. The following are some of the new capabilities released:
• Expanded data center health maps that monitor critical facilities systems such as CRACs, UPSs and RPPs. The solution enables data center professionals to spot incidents before they become problems.
• 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.
• Cabinet move feature to simplify and quickly move or expand data centers.
The Raritan DCIM solution also provides easy-to-use import wizards, auto-discovery features and the industry’s largest models library—all to help customers deploy faster.
“Data Center Managers are pressured to be more efficient with power and cooling resources while ensuring uptime. Raritan has developed a complete easy-to-use solution to ensure customer adoption. Data center managers realize a high ROI by moving from legacy tools to our modern DCIM solution that provides a single version of truth and a single pane of glass for all users to use,” says James Cerwinski, Director of Software Solutions at Raritan. “One of Raritan’s key differentiators is the step-by-step support the company provides customers.”
To hear two of Raritan’s customers—British Airways and Comcast—talk about how they implemented DCIM, visit http://www.raritan.com/IDCWebinar.
The new DCIM capabilities are available today, and are included at no additional costs to customers with maintenance agreements. Raritan’s DCIM software has a simple pay-as-you-grow pricing structure based on the number of data center cabinets. The solution’s rich visualization, specialized analytics and automated reporting capabilities are all designed to support on-going data center health monitoring and management, which enable data center professionals to get answers to their questions quickly. To learn more about Raritan’s DCIM solution or to take a test drive, visit www.raritanDCIM.com
Raritan is a proven innovator of power management solutions, DCIM software, and KVM-over-IP switches for data centers of all sizes. Based in Somerset, NJ, Raritan has a global presence across 38 offices, serving 76 countries and 50,000 customer locations worldwide. Raritan’s award-winning hardware and software solutions increase energy efficiency, improve reliability and raise productivity. Visit us at Raritan.com, RaritanDCIM.com, or follow us on the Raritan blog.
Raritan is an active member of the Green Grid, Climate Savers Computing Initiative, and the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design associations. The EPA has recognized Raritan for its contribution to the agency’s data center initiative. A number of top industry analyst firms also have recognized the company: Raritan was named a “Cool DCIM Vendor” by Gartner and selected for Gartner’s first Magic Quadrant Report on DCIM; the company was named a “Major DCIM player worldwide” three times by IDC; a “Strong Value DCIM Vendor” by EMA; and, “Key DCIM player” by Technavio. Raritan’s DCIM solution also has won a number of awards.
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