Edge computing can reduce the computing load on a data center’s infrastructure by moving data and calculations to the edge. Edge data centers ensure uninterrupted service, low latency, and overall, the best customer experience possible.Continue reading “FNT Command Featured in TechTarget for Edge Device Management”
Enterprise organizations are experiencing rapid change, largely driven by digital transformation initiatives and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Both require new thinking on how IT resources must be deployed and managed to support business-critical operations and the needs of remote workforces.Continue reading “Meeting Modern Data Center Needs with Hybrid Digital Infrastructure Management”
FNT Software is proud to expand its U.S. partner network within enterprise IT, data center, and telecommunications industries. From the planning and documentation of IT and telecommunications infrastructure to the full-service management of data centers and the automation and optimization of all IT processes, our partners use FNT’s solutions to help their customers maximize business performance.Continue reading “FNT Software Expands Partner Network in North America”
It’s no surprise that the global edge computing market is expected to reach $9 billion by 2024, according to a study by MarketsandMarkets. Edge computing provides many benefits for enterprises including the ability to reduce latency, minimize the risk of network downtime, improve load distribution across networks, and better connect to remote enterprise locations.Continue reading “Hybrid Digital Infrastructure Management for Edge Data Centers”
As hybrid digital infrastructures consisting of on-premises and cloud-based systems become more and more common within companies, complexity significantly increases. A professional data center infrastructure management (DCIM) tool should be able to manage not only the data center itself, but also hybrid digital infrastructures in all their complexity.Continue reading “Advantages of Data Center Management in the Cloud”
In part two of our blog post series, we discussed the four key requirements of a resource management solution and how to manage implementation costs. In part three, we’ll share how to prevent vendor lock-in and how to remain competitive among digital transformation.Continue reading “How to Implement a Resource Management Solution – Part Three”
In part one of our resource management blog post series, we discussed how to prepare for potential implementation problems and why it is critical to have a central database and unified data model in place to ensure a consistent view of the network at all times and to manage disparate data.
Is your organization still using a fragmented set of tools or even manual processes to plan and manage network resources? Are you struggling to fulfill new products and services due to a lack of a holistic view of your assets and resources?Continue reading “How to Implement a Resource Management Solution – Part One”