IT teams continue to find ways to take CONTROL of their data center: Control of system uptime Control of spending Control of power resources Control of remote devices Control security With the recent release of the Dominion KX II and Dominion PX, Raritan is putting CONTROL back in the hands of the data center. Andre
Accessing and managing the assets in your data center is not a small undertaking: Provisioning new servers Managing physical and virtual assets Monitoring systems proactively to ensure ‘Always On’ availability Patching, or releasing a new version of an application Coordinating the varying on-board server processors Steve Lewis, IT Infrastructure Consultant for 42U and Mark Harris,
Data center cooling is a hot topic. But, when you consider the challenges associated with cooling the latest generation servers, the growing cost of infrastructure equipment, and the risks associated with hotspots brought on by high-density clusters and premature hardware failure, it’s easy to understand the focus. The traditional school of thought suggests that additional
Running out of floor space to accommodate the hot aisle/cold aisle row cooling approach? Experiencing hotspots and/or equipment failure due to inefficient climate control? Looking for a green data center for a more cost-effective cooling approach? If you’re looking for a solution, it’s simple physics: Water is 3,500 times more effective at cooling than air.
As IT operations and equipment become more geographically dispersed, the need to implement effective remote power management tools becomes more significant. Consider the following: How many times have you called a 3rd party technician to support your IT resources in the last 90 days? What is your comfort level with asking your remote office staff