Data Center Monitoring Key to Cost Savings

This white paper from Aperture explores how real-time access to key data center metrics can help effectively plan and manage capacity, right-size the data center to meet business demands, improve operational efficiency and prevent outages.

Keeping today’s complex data center running at peak performance is no easy task. With hundreds—even thousands—of devices to manage, how can you be sure your data center is functioning correctly, appropriately size the infrastructure and quickly resolve emergencies? This overview of Aperture VISTA Infrastructure Monitoring, shows how you can easily monitor the vital signs of your data center.

Data center executives often battle to provide sufficient infrastructure resources for the equipment within the data center, while keeping costs low. Significant cost savings can be realized if only the demands on the infrastructure are better understood. For example, the use of integrated, real-time data with multi-dimensional perspectives helps to accurately depict the use of power and cooling resources and to allow for appropriate infrastructure right-sizing. This discipline of right-sizing prevents organizations from under-provisioning the infrastructure - which could lead to costly downtime - as well as over-provisioning resources - which could translate to millions of wasted investment dollars. Only by obtaining an IT view into the data center facility can organizations gain an accurate, real-time snapshot of the current state of the data center infrastructure.

Real Time Infrastructure Monitoring offers many benefits including:

  • Accurately determine power consumption and save energy.
  • Prevent outages
  • Reduce downtime
  • Monitor multiple remote locations
  • Streamlines complex data center monitoring

Learn how real-time access to key data center metrics helps you effectively plan and manage capacity, right-size the data center to meet business demands, improve operational efficiency and prevent outages. Click here to get this data center monitoring white paper.

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