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Schneider Electric launches EcoStruxure IT Advisor for data center monitoring, analytics

The platform is geared toward planning and modeling the data center operations of large enterprises and companies behind colocation services.
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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

Schneider Electric has launched its cloud-based data center management platform called EcoStruxure IT Advisor.

The platform is geared toward planning and modeling the data center operations of large enterprises and companies behind colocation services.

Schneider Electric's EcoStruxure platform uses the Internet of things sensors and analytics to operate data centers more efficiently to maintain uptime as well as save on energy usage. EcoStruxure is deployed in more than 480,000 sites and connects more than 1.6 million assets.

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EcoStruxure IT Advisor has the following features:

  • Asset management for accurate inventory. Data is highlighted in the physical layout in the data center on device details and assets.
  • Risk planning for incident management as well as impact on infrastructure.
  • Change management tools for asset moves and changes. Workflow is automated.
  • A floor view of areas, cages, racks and IT assets for colocation providers as well as rack utilization reports.

Schneider Electric's other EcoStruxure platforms include EcoStruxure IT Expert and EcoStruxure Asset Advisor.

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