Data Centers from Edge to Cloud
Integrating design and construction services uses less resources, results in a lower cost, takes less time, and requires minimal business disruption
Data Center monitoring and control is a critical element of maintaining maximum availability for your critical operations. PTS emphasizes utilizing IP and Web technologies to oversee and control critical support systems from just about anywhere.
PTS’s criteria for both support infrastructure systems monitoring and information technology infrastructure monitoring is the same. We believe it vital that monitoring and control systems be cost effective, quickly deployed and implemented, easy to use, utilize intuitive alarming and escalation methodologies and provide robust reporting all from a central, secure, location.
Mission critical services require sophisticated monitoring. Monitoring systems should provide proactive management and enable the quick assessment of your present situation and notify the appropriate personnel should situations that threaten availability. In depth analysis features should help you to plan for changes in availability and/or capacity requirements. In either case, PTS configures, sells and implements monitoring and control systems providing, at least, the following elements:
- Infrastructure Management & Control
- Performance Management / Capacity Planning
- Layered Security Administration including Physical, Systems, Application, Datastore, Network and Process
- Site Monitoring of Systems, Networks and Databases
PTS’ Data Center Monitoring & Control Services is the tenth (10) of the eleven (11) step progression of the data center project process. Data Center Implementation Services constitute the pre-installation, installation, testing, and turnover of IT infrastructure within a data center, computer room, server room, or network operations center (NOC) facility.
Whether you have a single facility or multiple locations, properly managing data center assets minimizes downtime and ensures business continuity. New highly customizable solutions exist that aid in providing a single point of access for all your monitoring needs. These fully scalable systems can provide the valuable monitoring, alarming, trending and control information needed to not only react, but anticipate potential problems.
- Turnkey DCIM Solutions
- Customized Infrastructure Management Solutions
- Protocol Conversion and Aggregation
- Comprehensive IT Facility Monitoring
Contact PTS for your Next Data Center Project
You shouldn’t have to compromise when it comes to your data center. Our expert team assesses your unique needs, and then employs a proven data center plan that reduces the amount of support infrastructure you will need.
The result is higher efficiency, reduced complexity and better resiliency at lower cost… all at the same time.
Contact us for a quick chat to discuss how a smarter design for your data center can save you money.
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