Infrastructure management software company RiT Technologies announced that its CenterMind software has been enhanced to provide end-to-end connectivity management for complex and dynamic networks. With the goal of enforcing best-practice policies, improving change management, and reducing operational costs, the new capabilities comply with the latest AIM (Automated Infrastructure Management) standard.
RiT's CenterMind DCIM software solution seeks to aid data center managers with asset management and energy efficiency through real-time monitoring, capacity, and provisioning tools, as well as a holistic view of the data center.
RiT says the new edition of the software provides a detailed connectivity map to facilitate rapid execution of moves, adds, and changes with full information requirements to minimize errors and delays. The company said these features enable data center managers to quickly detect points of failure, prevent downtime, and identify underutilized equipment.
RiT's VP of products Kobi Haggay said the enhancements help "IT managers perform change management on virtual networks by taking the guess work out of troubleshooting, maintenance, decommissioning, and executing new deployments." He added that "in addition to introducing new resource efficiencies, connectivity management is critical for organizations to address the challenges of dynamic virtual environments."