The global data center infrastructure management market is anticipated to grow significantly over the forecast period. Data center infrastructure management (DCIM) is a tool that monitors, evaluates and manages high-end data center facilities across various domains within an organization. In recent times data centers have emerged as an enabler to numerous business activities. It assists in reducing system downtime by controlling utilization of data centers. It also controls the power consumption of IT components including storage systems, network systems, servers etc. and the infrastructure equipments such as power banks, power distributing units, cooling systems etc. It facilitates availability, efficiency and utilization of data center services and assets. DCIM can be deployed with high degree of ease, speed and efficiency catering to the dynamic business environment. Additionally, RFID technology in DCIM makes it easy to monitor and manage physical assets. Effective DCIM provides competitive advantage to the organization and are underpinnings for corporate success. Data center managers are often challenged at maintaining efficiency and utilization in face of rising cost and demands. Lack of tools and processes that assist in synchronizing virtual automation with physical infrastructure has negatively impacted the market growth.
Utilization of discrete and fragmented set of tools to monitor and control the data center which includes Building Management System (BMS) is the latest trend in the market. These tools manage security issues, lighting etc. On the other hand IT utilizes numerous software solutions that address various aspects of a data center management such as cloud, enterprise assets etc. DCIM focuses on encompassing and providing all the aforementioned offerings to an enterprise effectively.
The DCIM market is witnessing growth; with increased focus on data center energy efficiency and helps data center managers manage their data centers and physical assets. Presently, advancement in technology such as virtualization and cloud computing, increasing market and economic demands and green energy efficiency initiatives, have positively impacted the market demand. Furthermore, complexity of data center architecture, financial imbalance due to increased utilization of energy has been driving market growth.
Technological proliferation coupled with dynamic nature of business activities, changing economic conditions and regulatory compliances have further attributed to challenges faced by DCIM. Capacity limitations, lack of detailed knowledge about energy consumption, coping with energy budgets among others are few other challenges faced by the market.
DCIM implementation enables saving energy, risk management, capital expenditure (CAPEX) reduction, cooling systems etc and help business overcome challenges such as data availability, limitation of capacity, increase in operational cost etc.
Key data center infrastructure management industry players include Emerson Corp, Fieldview Solutions, ITRACS Corp, Modius Inc, Schneider Electric Co, ATOS & Siemens, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Nlyte Software Ltd, CA Technologies, Raritran Inc, IBM Corp., SynapSense Corp etc.
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