Maximo Data Center Infrastructure Management
IBM Maximo Data Center Infrastructure Management provides visibility into the physical infrastructure of the data center.
IBM Maximo Data Center Infrastructure Management provides ability to plan moves, adds and changes based on space and power capacity, and heat dissipation to enable optimal use of the data center infrastructure at reduced operational cost and risk.
- Visualize the data center floor plan, equipment and assets. IT and facilities managers can dynamically maintain an up-to-date visualization of data center space, including a floor plan and rack elevation view. And they have the ability to drill down for more details on a specific location or asset to see how much space or power is being used in a specific location or rack.
- Enhance space planning and MAC. Using Maximo Data Center Infrastructure Management, the data center or facilities manager can gain information on space and power capacity as well as heat dissipation for servers and racks; get a real-time, graphical representation of rack availability by location, customer and utilization; obtain insights into how much data center space is available or already utilized; and understand power thresholds that may prevent changes.
- Scenario planning, Model multiple scenarios to determine future data center configurations.
- Build and use accurate reports. Maximo Data Center Infrastructure Management enables managers to report on rack content, system interconnections, heat dissipation, power loads, line-of-business asset ownership and more.
- Asset management integration. Maximo Data Center Infrastructure Management integrates with IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT, enabling organizations to share critical asset data between the two applications.
- Visibility, Control and Automation, through better visibility and control over the data center physical infrastructure, and by automating otherwise time-consuming tasks, Maximo Data Center Infrastructure Management provides immediate benefits, including ability to help lower data center operational costs, avoiding costs associated with data center expansion, and mitigating down-time risks.
- Operating systems supported: Windows family.