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Maximize Your Utilization by Optimizing Your Data Center

NetZoomDC uses cutting edge analytics to help you optimize the data center by identifying underutilized and decommissioned devices, controlling space fragmentation and automating many tasks associated with DCIM. NetZoomDC analytics help you identify areas of potential savings in terms of power, space, cooling and CPU power, optimally use your resources, and plan for future capacity requirements.

What if? analysis

NetZoomDC’s “What-If” analysis improves capacity planning by determining the infrastructure and capacity requirements of the data center at a future date based on planned and unplanned projects. “What-If” allows you to perform impact analysis of proposed Moves, Adds and Changes so you can ensure adequate power, thermal and space capacity exist before implementing the changes. “What-If” also allows you to evaluate the impact of replacing servers with newer models or virtualizing them before spending time and money.

Redeploying Unused and Decommissioned Devices

NetZoomDC helps you save money by reallocating devices that are no longer in use. Decommissioned devices are easily identified and available for new projects in the current data center or in other sites.

Locate Available Rack Space for New Devices in your Data Center

Increase your productivity by finding racks with available power and rack space. Customize appropriate criteria to find suitable rack options that best match the requirements.

Real time data helps generate critical Alerts

NetZoomDC is powered by Intel DCM to collect, filter and process real-time power and thermal data across the data center. Using real-time data metrics helps align the requirements of IT with facility infrastructure to reduce the need for overprovisioning and maximize usage of available capacity for a greener data center.

How Healthy is Your Data Center?

Knowing the health of your data center lets you manage proactively instead of reactively. Real-time alerts allow you attend to issues before they escalate into critical problems. NetZoomDC dashboards let you examine the pulse of your data center in real time including capacity and alert trends.

Control Space Fragmentation

Space is a valuable resource in any data center. Controlling space fragmentation lets you do more with less space and may postpone costly data center build outs.
NetZoomDC delivers vital insight into space utilization data for any location within the data center so that the Rack Density can be aligned with the Power, Heat, Cooling and Weight metrics. Moves, Adds and Changes can be evaluated to reduce fragmentation and maximize space availability.

NetZoomDC Provides Automation for Improved Efficiency

NetZoomDC automates many tasks and processes associated with DCIM. Data is collected and analyzed in real time on monitored devices to determine if Alert conditions exist. Actionable alert messages are generated and delivered by SMS and email. Reports may be scheduled to run periodically and automatically delivered.

Data Center Optimization

NetZoomDC helps you reduce overprovisioning and do more with less by allowing you to identify servers for virtualization. NetZoomDC monitors and indicates what can be optimized each day so that the data center can run optimally at all times.

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