2016_CenterScape-Cloud-Logo-4.pngWe recently launched CenterScape Cloud, the next advancement in our leading asset management and environmental monitoring solution for the data center. The launch was covered across the press and was discussed in many key industry publications.

For example, EnterpriseTimes discussed the advantages of the solution for the cloud market:

“Using the cloud to manage the cloud makes a lot of sense. One of the big challenges for data center owners has always been how to do deep asset management and combine that with other things such as environmental systems and capacity planning.”

The article explored the key functionalities of CenterScape Cloud, noting that it would be interesting to see which functionalities customers focused on based on their data center needs – asset management, environmental monitoring, capacity planning or optimization.

The article continued, “It is a surprise that this announcement hasn’t come from the likes of Cannon Technologies, Rittal or any of the other top tier infrastructure vendors.”

DCD’s Viewpoint

DatacenterDynamics also wrote about CenterScape cloud’s benefits and the new subscription model:

“…features are available without having to install CenterScape on a physical machine. The subscription system has been revamped too, and the software is now available for a fixed price on an annual per-rack basis - something RF Code says significantly lowers the entry cost for smaller customers.”

We want to be able to offer customers of all sizes the ability to monitor and manage their data centers to increase efficiency and prevent costly downtime. The role of the data center manager is also changing - managers may be monitoring multiple facilities, have migrated to the cloud or be utilizing colocation facility. A cloud-based solution allows them to track assets, monitor environments regardless of the location of the data center or themselves, and ensure the same level of insight they have come to expect from our solutions.

Discover more about CenterScape Cloud here.