Nlyte Integrates DCIM Software with HPE’s IT Management Solution
PUE dashboard in Nlyte (Image: Nlyte Software)

Nlyte Integrates DCIM Software with HPE’s IT Management Solution

Management capabilities extend to HPE’s Composable Infrastructure products

Nlyte Software has announced the most recent integration of its DCIM software Monday. Its data center infrastructure management platform now integrates with OneView, the IT management software by Hewlett-Packard Enterprise.

Nlyte has historically placed focus on integration and interoperability with other management systems, most recently focusing on integration with IT service management platforms, such as the popular products by ServiceNow and BMC Software.

Integration with HPE’s OneView fills a gap for data center managers that want to manage their infrastructure holistically, from data center resources through IT.

Read more: Who is Winning in the DCIM Software Market?

Nlyte enables users to:

  • Automate and optimize chassis and asset placement management and tags
  • Monitor infrastructure resource utilization, such as power, CPU and temperature readings for chassis and mounted blades
  • Synchronize changes in infrastructure under HPE OneView management
  • Increase rack density within a stated power envelope

According to the software company, these capabilities will help improve planning, allocation, and billing. IT managers can tie real-time usage and utilization data to specific customers.

It also gives greater control over changes on the data center floor.

OneView’s capabilities include management of HPE’s new Composable Infrastructure products. The idea is to have fluid, expandable and contractible pools of compute, storage, and networking resources.

This infrastructure comes as chassis filled with any mix of compute, storage, or networking modules. The goal is to have just the right amount of each for every application.

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