You can improve upon your data center’s airflow situation until the cows come home. But if you aren’t monitoring ALL the conditions in your critical environment you can’t prevent problems from returning. CEG can help you deploy next-generation tools to elevate your environment monitoring
and data center operations capabilities.
Aurora is CEG’s proprietary monitoring technology that allows you to clearly identify potential cooling- or heat-related issues – in real time. It’s an extremely accurate wireless monitoring and notification system because it measures air temperature, not surface temperature. The instantaneous feedback provided by Aurora is invaluable when monitoring changes or validating data center best practices improvements.
A Single Pane of Glass
CEG has partnerships with DCIM vendors that are known and respected around the world. Their environmental monitoring tools, coupled with our own internal integration expertise, allows us to offer the most comprehensive data center monitoring solutions available – all on a single pane of glass.
Now what does that mean? Historically, each environmental factor was measured and monitored with separate hardware and software. It was up to the manager to compile all the data, then figure out what corrective action to take. No longer. CEG can integrate monitoring solutions from multiple vendors, giving your team a comprehensive snapshot on one screen and in real-time.
- Environmental Monitoring & Alerting
- Data Center Power Monitoring
- Facility Monitoring
- Rack Power Management
- Branch Circuit Protection
- Facility & Multi-site Consumption Management
Our critical environment experts are always available to discuss your needs and help you make informed decisions. In addition to monitoring and DCIM solutions, we offer a full array of data center assessment and infrastructure services.
Contact us at email@example.com or 800.257.5235.
Read our blog on the importance of monitoring your data center’s environment
Read part one of our Airflow Optimization series – Assessment
Read part two of our Airflow Optimization series – Remediation & Implementation