Baselayer is trying to expand its customer base and position RunSmart as a enterprise-class IoT platform that integrates and orchestrates an extensive set of data sources. RunSmart has reengineered its core datacenter infrastructure management (DCIM) platform using a microservices-based architecture. Download the recent report from 451 Research to learn more about the technology behind Baselayer’s updated RunSmart.
Baselayer Technology has reengineered its RunSmart infrastructure management software using a microservices-based architecture. The redesign aims to address the broader infrastructure management market beyond datacenters. Download the white paper from 451 Research that takes an in-depth look at the technology behind Baselayer’s updated RunSmart, as well as information on competing products.
Our Executive Roundtable panel ponders the state of data center instrumentation, and how it influences decisions on data center management software. (Photo: Google)
Big data continues to get bigger, and with it the value of this data grows, as well. But with this growth, comes a struggle for many businesses to maintain and organize this data, as well as keep it secure. A new report from Intel summarizes the findings from a study that highlights today’s approaches and attitudes toward the implementation of a data center health management strategy.
Edge data centers are cost-effective options that are just as mission critical as their traditional enterprise counterparts but have their own set of management challenges. Herman Chan, President of Sunbird Software, explores challenges of edge data center deployments, the data and capabilities you need to effectively manage these data centers, and why DCIM software is a critical enabler for achieving success at the edge.
Data has become one of the most valuable assets for the 21st century businesses. As a result, data center health management is paramount to success. Download the report from Intel that summarizes the findings from a study carried out in Spring 2017, highlighting today’s approaches and attitudes toward the implementation of a data center health management strategy.
Find out how a successful DCIM solution deployment allows a manager to understand, manage and optimize the myriad amounts of data under their control.
The rising cost of energy and pressure for facilities to become more efficient is quickly driving data centers to adapt solutions to better manage and plan for their day to day operations. A successful DCIM solution deployment allows a manager to understand, manage and optimize the myriad amounts of data under their control. To learn more about successful DCIM solutions and how to deploy them download this white paper.
This is the fourth and final entry in a Data Center Frontier series that explores the ins and outs of DCIM systems.
This is the third entry in a Data Center Frontier series that explores key DCIM functionality considerations, and how to tell if your company should adopt a DCIM system.