A ScaleMatrix Case Study – Power Management, Uptime and Cloud

Find out what it takes to better control power management, uptime, and cloud within your data center!

Bill Kleyman

June 24, 2014

2 Min Read
A ScaleMatrix Case Study – Power Management, Uptime and Cloud
Behind the next generation of apps is a lot of distributed infrastructure and clouds working together

Let’s look at the modern data center. At the core, it sits as the foundation for all key technologies impacting the current organization. As more users, applications and workloads connect into the data center platform, there will be even greater demands around resource utilization.

It’s big business for data centers these days. The competition is fierce and the options can be overwhelming and expensive. In this whitepaper and case study from Server Technology, we learn how ScaleMatrix provides a totally different kind of customer and IT experience to separate itself from other cloud/colocation providers in the marketplace today.

ScaleMatrix is a revolutionary new kind of data center. It offers clients premiere colocation services, public cloud, and private cloud services. Built from the ground up for the cloud – for high bandwidth applications — by data center owners and operators, it's designed to offer 30 percent savings in energy with a unique high-density approach and patent pending infrastructure.

Promising 100 percent uptime to its customers, ScaleMatrix needed to have reliable rack power distribution and constant visibility to all available power data. They needed to have the most accurate and reliable PDUs, polled continuously for power, temperature and humidity through SPM, to a single pane of glass dashboard that the NOC team monitors, 24/7/365.

Download this case study and whitepaper today to learn how ScaleMatrix directly impacts:

  • 100 percent Uptime Starting Day One

  • High Density Environment Optimization for Energy Efficiency

  • Power Monitoring and Management

  • Cloud Services and Colocation Facilities

Your data center will continue to evolve. Just look at how many new types of workloads are being placed into the modern data center platform. The constantly connected, mobility-driven industry is creating more demands around rich content delivery. Through it all, uptime, resiliency and efficiency are critical components to a healthy data center. We can no longer afford downtime or outages.

Now, find out what it takes to align your data center requirements with your organizational goals.

About the Author(s)

Bill Kleyman

Bill Kleyman has more than 15 years of experience in enterprise technology. He also enjoys writing, blogging, and educating colleagues about tech. His published and referenced work can be found on Data Center Knowledge, AFCOM, ITPro Today, InformationWeek, NetworkComputing, TechTarget, DarkReading, Forbes, CBS Interactive, Slashdot, and more.

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