ManageEngine DCIM Solution Integrates IT, Facilities Management

 ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, today announced that it has combined facilities and IT management in its integrated IT management software, IT360. Available immediately, the latest version of IT360 reinforces its value as a data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solution by enabling real-time management of IT and facilities infrastructure components from a single console. ManageEngine has also fortified IT360 with workflow automation, network change and configuration management, and a 3-D rack builder. An online demo of IT360 can viewed at

The IT360 news coincides with ManageEngine’s participation at the Gartner Data Center Conference being held December 9–12, 2013, at the Venetian Resort Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. A silver sponsor of the conference, ManageEngine is demonstrating IT360 in booth 515.

As business units put growing pressure on IT to deliver non-stop services, the data center plays an increasingly important role in the enterprise. Yet many data center admins struggle to manage their entire data center infrastructures, including IT and non-IT resources. Manual processes, multiple tools and consoles, inefficient power management and other challenges interfere with optimal management of the data center and underlying components. For these companies, an automated DCIM solution that supports IT and facilities management from a single console promises to eliminate many of the challenges to data center optimization.

“Energy management rivals IT management as one of the major challenges in running an efficient data center,” said Sridhar Iyengar, vice president, product management at ManageEngine. “Typically, the IT management and facilities infrastructure management are separate worlds, which prevent data center operations teams from readily correlating facilities and IT events. Now, IT360 unifies the facilities and IT management in a unified DCIM console, so data center admins can easily see facilities and IT relationships and manage the complete data center proactively.”

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