Posted By Rich Miller On November 3, 2008 @ 5:16 pm In Management | No Comments
Global Data Center Management (GDCM) has launched nlyte 5.0, the latest version of its data center management software. nLyte allows data center staff to manage critical infrastructure, automating operations and capacity management. The software provides change and configuration modeling, workflow and process automation, and tracking of power, cooling, cabling and network connections. (Above: a screen shot of the nlyte Cabinet Planner)
“I’m proud to unveil a significant new chapter in the development of GDCM’s product portfolio,” said Michael Evans, CEO of GDCM. “Getting the most productivity and cost savings from data center infrastructure is the goal of every CIO, and nlyte 5.0 is the most effective solution to optimize existing IT assets before investing in new machines, software and cooling systems.”
New features in nlyte 5.0 include:
After building a client base of some of the world’s largest enterprise customers from its home base in Great Britain, GDCM is expanding into the U.S. market for data center management software. The London-based firm has opened offices in California, New York and Dallas.
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