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Weekly DCIM News Roundup: July 16

More partnerships, integration, and user-experience improvements

No Limits Software integrates its RaMP DCIM solution with Cisco UCS and Oracle Enterprise Manager. Tier 44 integrates its data center monitoring software with Server Technology PDUs. Schneider Electric and HP do a proof of concept to tie ITSM and DCIM together. CommScope advances its iTRACS DCIM suite with SimpleView interactive interface.

  1. No Limits integrates with Cisco UCS Manager and Oracle 12c. No Limits software announced that its RaMP DCIM solution now provides auto-discovery and monitoring of Cisco UCS servers and fabric components through Cisco UCS Manager. The integration auto-discovers detailed information about all UCS components, providing RaMP users with a single platform to manage all Cisco devices. No Limits also announced that RaMP is the first to integrate with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c through their plug-in architecture.
  2. Tier 44 announces integration with Server Technology PRO2 PDUs. Tier 44 Technologies announced the latest update to its EM/8 data center monitoring software, with direct integration of Server Technology PRO2 series of PDUs. The company says that combining the two will get continuous metrics across the racks and outlets wherever a PRO2 PDU is installed.
  3. Schneider Electric and HP bring DCIM and ITSM together. In a proof of concept teams from Schneider Electric and HP integrated Schneider Electric's StruxureWare for Data Centers solution with HP OneView Advanced 1.2 to enable automatic detection of new hardware to prepare for monitoring and management. Phase two of the project will look to achieve bidirectional, real-time communication that will push alarms and data, such as power and cooling capacities and their potential impact, to HP OneView.
  4. CommScope advances iTRACS DCIM suite. CommScope announced release 4.1 of its iTRACS DCIM suite, featuring a new interactive interface called iTRACs SimpleView and better role-based management to provide privacy and security.
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