LAS VEGAS--(Nlyte Software, an industry leader in data center infrastructure management (DCIM), today announces its participation in The 451 Group’s Hosting and Cloud Transformation Summit (HCTS). Nlyte DCIM professionals will be available at kiosk 10, explaining how data center managers can utilize DCIM software to manage public and private clouds to assure that mission-critical applications are delivered on time, at the right cost and in a predictable fashion. Recently released, Nlyte Version 6.3 now includes specific Service Provider and multi-tenancy features perfectly suited for the Cloud transformations underway.)--Hosting and Cloud Transformation Summit –
“This solution will prove to be one of the most significant enabling technologies to help enterprises transform existing IT structures to support Private Clouds.”
“Cloud computing is resetting the traditional expectations and cost structures long associated with IT organizations. Customers get unprecedented flexibility, ease of use and the benefits of resource sharing. But for Cloud providers, this means maintaining high levels of agility, transparency and control at all levels. We see DCIM as playing a huge role in the ongoing operation of both Public and Private Cloud. As the cloud evolves, DCIM will become an essential component of any Cloud strategy,” said Andy Lawrence, Vice President of Research – Datacenter Technology & Eco-Efficient IT, The 451 Group. “Nlyte Software, one of the leaders in the DCIM field, is well positioned to help enable these organizations to manage their Clouds.”
Nlyte will be demonstrating its award-winning DCIM solution, Nlyte DCIM 6.3, for the duration of the event. Nlyte DCIM 6.3 is the first data center infrastructure management solution to provide large-scale data center project lifecycle management and multi-tenancy reporting perfectly suited for Cloud and MSP/Hosting Providers. The platform allows customers to auto-allocate hundreds of assets, easily create what-if models for any number and size of data center projects, automatically convert those models into actionable project plans with associated work orders, and predict the impact those projects have on the availability of power, space, cooling and connectivity. Plus, it can create charge-back/show-back reports on business group power-space-cooling-network utilization to encourage overall better management practices and reduce costs.
“Traditional IT Infrastructures are being migrated to private clouds which must have the same characteristics as their public cloud counterparts – highly accurate dynamic change management, fast turnaround on provisioning and a wide array of detailed accounting capabilities. Nlyte DCIM optimizes both public and private clouds to be more responsive, more accurate in their operations, and reduce the overhead required to provide their end-user customers’ required levels of service,” said Mark Harris, Nlyte Software Vice President of Marketing & Strategy. “This solution will prove to be one of the most significant enabling technologies to help enterprises transform existing IT structures to support Private Clouds.”
About Nlyte Software
Nlyte Software enables companies to run their data center like a business. Nlyte’s industry-leading platform optimizes data center operations, improves governance, assures compliance and minimizes risk while reducing energy consumption and future capital expenditures. Nlyte Software is based Menlo Park, CA and London, UK with offices worldwide. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.nlyte.com.
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