KENNESAW, Ga. — Automated Logic and Nlyte Software announced the availability of an Integrated Data Center Management (IDCM) solution. The integration between the Automated Logic WebCTRL® building automation system and Nlyte’s DCIM software can help clients unlock additional energy savings, reduce costs, and improve uptime in their data centers.
Data centers, unlike other building types, are strongly influenced by the dynamic behavior of the systems running within them. The new IDCM solution integrates these numerous building systems, from cooling to monitoring to virtualization, to provide greater efficiency, streamlined management, and improved insight into system performance. Connecting the building automation system and DCIM software can provide increased efficiency of power, cooling, and space by allowing infrastructure to adapt to application behavior. The solution also allows personnel to understand how application workloads are affected by future maintenance and can improve how organizations respond to security or power anomalies.
“We constantly strive to increase the efficiency of data centers that are using our WebCTRL building automation system while also enabling our worldwide network of authorized dealers to offer more value to those end customers,” said Mead Rusert, president, Automated Logic. “Automated Logic’s collaboration with Nlyte is enabling our teams to streamline processes throughout the data center, from the facilities to the servers and applications, for better efficiency and uptime.”
“By collaborating with an innovative building management leader like Automated Logic, we are raising the bar together on what data center operators can do to increase efficiency and transparency across their operational processes,” said Enzo Greco, chief strategy officer, Nlyte Software. “With the IDCM solution, Automated Logic provides unmatched management of the power chain, cooling chain, and physical security elements, while Nlyte provides insight into the servers, switches, workloads and applications dependent on that physical infrastructure — with the ultimate benefit of being able to manage infrastructure based on the specific needs of varying application workloads.”