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Getting Started with DCSM white paper
IT organizations need to go a step further to fully integrate their data center operations into their IT se...
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Getting Started With DCIM
This paper describes the framework for deploying Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software. It recommends four initial steps to get started, and lays out the path for better processes
8 Things To Look For In Data Center Service Management Workflow
Workflow is an essential component for any organization looking to implement data center service management (DCSM). It is through workflow that an organization effectively manages the data center.
IDC Vendor Spotlight Data Center Infrastructure Management Building the Foundation for Agile Data Centers
In this paper, you will learn: •Why virtualization alone isn't enough to make a data center flexible •5 ways that DCIM supports key IT goals •The economic benefits of DCIM •How Nlyte Software fits in
Nlyte Connector Frameworks vs Custom Code
With this complimentary eBook, you will learn: The real total cost of ownership of a DCIM integration What flexibility you gain with a framework-based integration
6 Focus Areas to Make Your Data Center Regulation SCI Compliant with Nlyte
Nlyte’s comprehensive DCSM (data center service management) solution is primed to help you comply with Regulation SCI while producing long-term business gains that last far beyond compliance
Supercharging Your CMDB with Nlyte
This white paper explains how Nlyte supercharges your CMDB for better capacity planning and asset life cycle management both on a day-to-day basis and from a planning standpoint.
Getting Started with DCSM white paper
IT organizations need to go a step further to fully integrate their data center operations into their IT service management (ITSM) processes. DCSM bridges this gap.
Nlyte Primer On Software Defined Data Center (SDDC)
This primer answers questions such as: What is SDDC? Why is it important? How does SDDC work? How does it relate to DCIM? It also shares steps to get ready for SDDC.
IDC Analysis of Data Center Asset Life Cycle Management
Putting into place a proactive data center infrastructure asset life-cycle management protocol can reduce data center costs, accelerate the ability to respond to new business and mitigate risks
IDC Analyst Connection: Important Considerations Beyond PUE Calculations and Other Low Hanging Fruit
Power-centric benefits are just the starting point of a number of advantages gained from a well-managed physical infrastructure. A successful DCIM deployment will reduce the overall cost of IT.
DCOI Compliance: Understanding the Requirements and DCIM Selection Checklist
A guide to the new Federal initiative including: Roadmap to meeting the 3 main goals of DCOI – Optimization, Cost Savings and Reduction of Data Centers. Dashboards to monitor the 5 metrics
451 Research Claims Nlyte's DCIM Solution Expands Integrations, Functions for Key Markets
451 Research's Impact Report on Nlyte Software, October, 2016.
Nlyte Aligns Your Data Center's Physical Infrastructure
Learn how Nlyte Software helps enterprises maximize the financial benefits from the optimized utilization of assets, power and space in data centers
Quocirca White Paper When Data Center Layers Converge
Private cloud and the Software Defined Data Center will change how organizations utilize technology to support their computing needs, but DCIM is the best way to maintain complete control of technolog
Nlyte Extends the Reach of Your Change Management
Account for the physical impact of change by tying together ITSM change management systems (e.g. BMC, ServiceNow) with a DCIM system such as Nlyte to truly improve service levels and agility.
EMA Quantifying Data Center Efficiency- Achieving Value with Data Center Infrastructure Management