Improve data center operations with forecasting
Data centers are critical components of modern enterprises and should be used to drive business, not hinder it.
There’s a lot that goes into managing a data center. Rising complexity due to the thousands of applications and devices plus the absence of knowledge transfer between stakeholders makes daily management an operational challenge. Add planning for future deployments and tenants to the mix and the challenge can easily become a costly, haphazard nightmare.
Leverage asset data to get the most out of your DCIM platform.
The usual answer to these challenges is the implementation of a data center infrastructure management (DCIM) platform. While a typical DCIM solution can bring valuable insights, most don’t go far enough. DCIM software generally focuses on providing real-time monitoring and a consolidated view of data with current inventory. We cannot take these functionalities for granted, but the true challenge arises when insights into future states are required. Knowing that at this moment the data center is using 80% of installed capacity is valuable, but what about a month from now? Or a year? How does knowing current capacity help when we need to know if we can support 10 new tenants who each need 100 kW in six months time, while minimizing over provisioning?
The answer is forecasting. Download the whitepaper on forecasting to find out more.