The Evolution of DCIM: Gartner’s Latest Magic Quadrant for DCIM Tools
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The Evolution of DCIM: Gartner’s Latest Magic Quadrant for DCIM Tools

Today's data center is an integrated system of various hardware, software and logical links working together to bring data to the end-user. So here’s the big question – how do you manage it all? Learn about the evolution of DCIM tools and how they impact your data center!

It’s important to quickly understand that cloud computing isn’t going anywhere. In fact, the proliferation of cloud computing and various cloud services is only continuing to grow. Recently, Gartner estimated that global spending on IaaS is expected to reach almost US$16.5 billion in 2015, an increase of 32.8 percent from 2014, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2014 to 2019 forecast at 29.1 percent. There is a very real digital shift happening for organizations and users utilizing cloud services.

The digitization of the modern business has created a new type of reliance around the modern data center and the cloud. However, it’s important to understand that the cloud isn’t just one platform. Rather, it’s an integrated system of various hardware, software and logical links working together to bring data to the end-user. So here’s the big question – how do you manage it all? How do you use tools to help you facilitate continuous re-optimization of data center power, cooling and physical space? Most of all – which solutions can also be a powerful enabler of CAPEX and OPEX savings?

When it comes to data centers and the cloud, you can’t efficiently manage what you can’t see. In this latest Gartner Magic Quadrant Report, we focus on DCIM tools, which are leading the market, and how DCIM has effectively evolved.

One of those leaders, Nlyte has distinguished itself as a leader in the market with a product suite that’s available both as on-premises software and as a SaaS offering. Furthermore, Nlyte has focused on integrating the DCIM platform with ITSM systems, allowing for an end-to-end management interface from infrastructure to business process.

View this report here and see how DCIM helps 1) integrate IT and facilities management of a data center, 2) enable achievement of greater energy efficiency, and 3) enhance resource as well as asset management by showing how the resources/assets are interrelated. Plus, you’ll learn why there are more investments into DCIM today and how current leaders are helping revolutionize data center visibility with business processes.

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