Rittal - RiZone Management Pack for Microsoft System Centre Operations Manager

The transparent representation of RiZone-managed infrastructure permits a new, comprehensive view of data centre operations: The logical assignment of physical infrastructure to an application provided by a server. This opens up new possibilities for the definition of availability and energy optimisation.

Rittal RiZone gives system administrators a premiere infrastructure that is optimized for planning and viewing data centre operations in a comprehensive style. In today's technological age, it takes stronger software to manage the massive amounts of data presented by a server.

There is no room for error when working with powerful processors. Consumers need the perfect data centre management systems available with zero risk and 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. By using RiZone Management Pack, consumers receive necessary calculations of variables such as PUE, diagrammatic representation of history values, and an automatic report generation.

RiZone offers clients the highest possibilities in efficient organization of high use consumption or single server data. It is a fully functional program that is designed to permit the integration of high end operation managers such as Microsoft System Center Operations Manager.

Let RiZone handle all of your data management needs. Power consumption and energy saving settings are available with detailed information on important management data such as server location, available rack space, power consumption. This newly, improved pro-enabled management pack allows communication between RiZone and SCOM while automatically transferring information into the System Center Operations Manager from any compatible physical infrastructure.

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