Nlyte Software has announced the company has signed an Enterprise Agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and corresponding National Laboratory ecosystem, to standardize on its DCIM platform. Nlyte Software will provide these government organizations with a secure platform to automate the process of monitoring thousands of IT devices and systems within their mission-critical facilities while enabling real-time reporting to demonstrate compliance adherence to the Federal Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI) mandates. 

Nlyte Software’s platform will bring an added layer of insightful decision making to data center management by leveraging its artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities to predict outages and possible security vulnerabilities.  In addition, the agreement will also include:

  • Nlyte Asset Optimizer (NAO)
  • Nlyte Energy Optimizer (NEO)
  • Nlyte Virtualization Connectors
  • Nlyte System Utilization Monitor (NSUM)
  • Nlyte ServiceNow CMDB and Change Management Connectors
  • Nlyte Machine Learning

“Nlyte is uniquely positioned to help Federal Agencies with DCOI and other data center initiatives by providing the most secure DCIM platform in the industry,” said Andrew Ryan, VP Federal, Nlyte Software. “We continue to work closely with over 30 agencies to further enhance our platform to meet the federal DCOI requirements.”