Software Defined Data Center For Nlyte
According to Rouse a software defined data center (SDDC) is a data storage facility in which all elements of the infrastructure — networking, storage, CPU and security – are virtualized and delivered as a service. Deployment, provisioning, configuration and operation of the entire infrastructure is abstracted from hardware and implemented through software.
The latest version of software DCIM 10 years old is a big improvement, according nlyte, because this new technology improve and strengthen the oporation into the companies, also generate more efficient process and increase the maket value of different products.
Nlyte Software has announced a new version of its DCIM software, with the addition of power management features, and a new push to manage software defined data center by (SDDC) software.
The new version incorporates the functions of FieldView, a competitor of nlyte acquired earlier this year, which significantly increases their ability to manage and control power distribution in the data center, said Doug Sabella, CEO of nlyte in the DCD Webscale event held in San Jose, California.
“It’s a whole new level,” said Sabella to DCD. The new version features greater integration with systems management services (ITSM), bridging the gap between IT and facilities. It has an improved user interface and a new security model, which monitors the activity of user accounts.
The new version uses more metadata location, including longitude, latitude, aliases and use properties. It is also compatible with Windows Server 2012 R2 and SQL Server 2014.
Progress towards the Software Defined Data Center cause greater demand on the underlying hardware, says nlyte, with the requirement that this infrastructure is consistent and high availability. A lack of accurate visibility can increase the risks of service interruption, the company warns.
“Operators of mission-critical facilities are seeking data centers defined by fully automated software, but have difficulty achieving this due to the lack of visibility of all relevant data,” said Robert Neave, co-founder and CTO of lite.