Netcetera Case Study - EasyDCIM

Going Big & Going Green – Netcetera Case Study

Which data center company doesn’t dream of expanding its operations to the new markets? It is only natural that once you settle in comfortably with your venture, the vision of making even bigger of a profit soon pops in. The first foothold that needs to be established for the future growth is choosing the DCIM software that you will rely on to manage, organize and monitor the components of your data center.

And, as our most recent case study of a certain British company proves, the sooner you find the right solution for yourself, the sooner you can start branching out safely. Feel welcome to follow us on this insightful talk with Chris Murrell, the Senior Systems Administrator at Netcetera! (more…)

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EasyDCIM v1.6.1 Release

EasyDCIM v1.6.1 – New UI, New Possibilities!

Running a data center business is a tough challenge as it is. Why complicate it even more by designing a control panel that is overflowing with features, but features arranged so poorly that you do not know where to start? During the creation and ongoing development of EasyDCIM we were always guided by three golden rules: intuitiveness, simplicity and purposefulness.

Today we are both excited and proud to announce that we pushed this idea much further ahead with our freshly released 1.6.1 version! Buckle up, we are going for a ride through all the most important attractions of this game-changing new update! (more…)

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DediPath Case Study - EasyDCIM

Empowering DediPath to Grow Without Borders!

For the past couple of months we have been reaching out to various companies we are proud to be partnering with. Mostly, because there is no better way to evaluate the effectiveness of your product than through a first-hand account of the people involved with it on a daily basis. But also, to let these inspiring success stories encourage other business owners to improve their performance from “ok” to “excellent”.

Today we talk to Dylan Kraklan, Senior Vice President at DediPath, about ways in which EasyDCIM helped his company keep order in their expanding data center infrastructure. (more…)

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EasyDCIM v1.6.0 Release

Total performance makeover in EasyDCIM v1.6.0!

While today’s exciting release of EasyDCIM v1.6.0 may not come entirely as a surprise, its scope and significance certainly will. In our previous Blog article we shed a bit of light on the upcoming, performance-oriented improvements already, but why not delve into some further details? This way, you will have all the background needed to find your way around this milestone EasyDCIM update real quick. Let’s get started! (more…)

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Blazing SEO Case Study - EasyDCIM

Blazing SEO Said Yes to Data Center Automation!

Modern data center architectures are getting more and more complex. So much so that without a robust automation strategy managing them would be close to impossible. Unarguably, automation spares lots of pains by minimizing human errors, cutting the costs and freeing up the staff from mundane but essential data center tasks.

No one knows it better than Neil Emeigh, President at Blazing SEO. We were more than honored to help his company thrive on ever new levels of automation through our software. Recently Neil agreed to join us in a little chat and spill some beans on what made his company choose EasyDCIM in the first place. Have a pleasant reading! (more…)

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EasyDCIM v1.5.5 Release

Devices Always in Check – EasyDCIM v1.5.5!

Do you know what links a data center without a proper device monitoring system and a car with a faulty engine? They are both doomed to fail – and rather sooner than later. Luckily, EasyDCIM supplies you with all the tools you need to keep your inventory well-organized and easily accessible. The 1.5.5 release we have the pleasure of announcing today, makes this process even more automated and time-effective that ever before! (more…)

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Libyan Spider Case Study - EasyDCIM

EasyDCIM helps Libyan Spider break the mold

Over the last years the demand for easier, faster, and more efficient server provisioning and data center management has immensely intensified. But so have our attempts to fill the niche in these soaring expectations with ever more simple and intuitive design of our control panel. How well did we perform in accomplishing this goal?

We feel in no position to answer this question ourselves, therefore we sat down today with Ahmed Shibani, the Chief Technology Officer at Libyan Spider, for a brief conversation about the dynamic nature of modern data centers and how EasyDCIM helped his company overcome the obstacles that were stopping it in the tracks. (more…)

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EasyDCIM v1.5.4 Release

Admin Experience Redefined with EasyDCIM v1.5.4

For the past few years we have been really busy collecting ideas and implementing new features to make your experience with our software not only maximally beneficial, but enjoyable as well. Recently we came to the realization that the more options we pack into our system, the greater the need to keep things simple. Otherwise, what would be the point of having tons of functionalities stacked one on top of the other if you had to waste precious minutes every time when trying to find something? Finally, after a series of readjustments and tune-ups we managed to reconcile the expanding arsenal of server-related instruments with the ability to navigate through them in a still intuitive and swift manner. Get ready for an intense gust of refreshment triggered by the release of EasyDCIM v1.5.4! (more…)

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EasyDCIM v1.5.3 - Remote Applications

Keep Your Locations Apart but in Tight Grip!

As the sophistication of IT systems has magnified over the past years (in terms of both software and hardware complexity & the number of deployed cooperating subsystems), so has the need to separate components responsible for different types of tasks. What eventually led to simplifying the configuration and management processes, that is the broadly understood administration, was the development of master/slave communication model. (more…)

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