Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) as a Service
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Tri-Paragon’s DCIM as a Service
Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software is quickly becoming the core engine of data center operations. Since the IT function is so vital to the success of any modern organization, improving productivity, efficiency and reliability of data center operations delivers an immediate competitive advantage to DCIM adopters.
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Tri-Paragon’s DCIM as a Service
Data Centre Cost reduction initiatives, corporate mandates, as well as space, budget, and uptime planning require detailed asset information to achieve corporate objectives.
Capacity planning is an integral part of any data center operation and presents some of the most important, and challenging questions data center teams face. Do we have the right people and tools in place? Can we maintain uptime while maximizing computing resources? How do we keep our projects on time without increasing cost or risking outages?
What is Connectivity Management?
Connectivity management encompasses two areas – full power chain and network connection management:
Facilitating Data Centre Cabling and Troubleshooting
With the flow of data rising exponentially, data center space and efficiency have become premium factors for businesses. All hardware and cabling designs must be modular and scalable, make optimal use of space and take cooling and energy consumption concerns into account.
Gone are the days of using point-to-point cabling and directly connecting devices to one another. This leads to cabling messes and increases cabling costs for every hardware refresh. In today’s high-density data center, a well-designed structured cabling system increases uptime, scalability and return on investment while simultaneously decreasing your technology footprint and operating expenses.
General Overview of DCIM as a Service
The pandemic has Increased the need to work from home and minimize onsite staff. Social distancing and restrictions on how many staff members can be onsite are now commonplace. With Data Centre access being extremely limited, management of the Data Centre must be done effectively and remotely.
Change management not only encompasses technological installations (upgrades, patching, and migrations) but also field engineering installation changes.
Change management can be a complex road littered with potholes. The irony of working in system or network administration is that you’re there to maintain the status quo and yet careful change management is also your job. Effective delivery of services and resources demands that you maintain the best possible up-time while transitioning from old to new, whether replacing technology or simply improving upon it.
Why is Physical Security at Data Centers Important?
As we see more and more headlines of breaches, the focus on intruders accessing critical data has been heightened.
What is the goal of those intruders?
To access critical data stored by organizations. This brings data centers into focus because the ultimate nexus of that critical data is in the data center.
One of the top responsibility areas for data center managers falls into that of physical security. Even with the shift to cloud-based infrastructure, data centers are still the critical physical bastion protecting critical data from physical theft.