LAS VEGAS, USA: Nlyte Software announced that its' On-Demand DCIM SaaS offering, now fully supports the popular virtualization hypervisor platforms from VMware, Microsoft and Citrix. The combination of Nlyte On-Demand and newly released virtualization connectors allow IT managers that have chosen Nlyte via subscription to manage physical, logical and virtual assets through one view.
"The modern technology platform is a mix of physical items supporting a more abstract, virtualized set of resources," said Clive Longbottom, founder of analyst firm Quocirca. "Any DCIM tool that neglects either the physical or logical or virtual aspects of the data center will lead to an inaccurate understanding of its value. Only through a full view across all of these layers can you be sure that the decisions you make are correct; that they will support the business in what it needs to do."
Nlyte On-Demand with virtualization support is a low-cost but sophisticated infrastructure management solution that helps to reduce operating costs, improve overall IT efficiency and helps extend the life of their data centers. Having full visibility into virtual, logical and physical layers provides data center managers with insights into current and future capacity planning needs.
"By combining virtualization support with our On-Demand SaaS offering, we are providing our subscription based customers with the most complete view of their processing and applications in the context of the physical layers that support it - a critical component of true capacity planning," said Mark Harris, VP of Marketing for Nlyte Software. "This amalgamation enables Nlyte On-Demand users to have the same award-winning experience that our on-premise end-users have had for years."
Nlyte On-Demand, now available with virtualization support, can not only be rapidly deployed, but can manage the interrelationship between virtual, logical and physical layers in your data center.
As a subscription based offering, Nlyte On-Demand with virtualization support helps avoid upfront Capital Expenditures and their associated long approval cycles in the context of the virtual workloads present. This leads to more context, better decision-making and more informed capacity planning.