Prepared for Hanadi | Delivered August 28, 2019
Data Center Monitoring Market
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To understand the data center monitoring industry, in terms of types of monitoring and the key players in the market.
DATA CENTER MONITORING SOLUTIONS (DCMS)
A 2019 report
on the Data Center Monitoring Systems (DCMS) market segments the market into cloud-based and internal deployment products.
in the DCMS market include "Astozi, Cormant, Schneider Electric, RZ-Products GmbH, Siemens, Panduit Corp., FNT Software, Sunbird Software, CommScope" and others.
Another report names the
as "Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Lenovo, Opsview Ltd,
Corp, Raritan Inc, Mindarray Systems, SolarWinds, Paessler AG, Sunbird Inc and Corvil."
Data center monitoring, also known as
data center management
, may include both manual and automated tools to ensure the health of a data center.
DATA CENTER INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT (DCIM)
The data center infrastructure management (DCIM) was worth US$ 1.8 billion in 2016, growing at a CAGR of 18.1% to reach an expected
$6.862 billion by 2026
in the DCIM market include "Emerson Network Power, Inc., Schneider Electric SE, Eaton Corp. PLC, IBM Corp., CA Technologies, Inc., Siemens AG, ABB Ltd., FNT GmbH, Johnson Controls, Inc., Nlyte Software, Inc., Sunbird Software, Inc. (Raritan, Inc.), Panduit Corp., Commscope, Inc., Altrona.a.s., Cormant, Inc., and Rackwise, Inc."
August 2019 market report
identified the key players in the DCIM market as "Emerson Network Power, Schneider Electric, Eaton, IBM, CA Technologies, Siemens, ABB, FNT, Nlyte Software, Sunbird Software, Panduit, Commscope,
, Cormant, Rackwise."
A Transparency Market report on the DCIM industry
segments the market
into IT asset management providers, facility management providers, and consulting hardware sensor providers.
G2 highlights the top DCIM vendors, citing the most popular as Device 42, Cisco ACI, Atlassian Data Center, ManageEngine OpManager, and Nlyte.
has 4.7 out of 5 stars on Gartner's Peer Insights.
Capterra names the
top DCIM software providers
as Device 42, Pulseway, Sunbird DCIM, netTerrain DCIM, and ManageEngine OpManager.
DATACENTER MANAGEMENT AS A SERVICE (DMAAS)
According to NetworkWorld, datacenter management as a service (DMaaS) is a cloud-based service, built on DMIC software, that "
takes data collection
a step further: Equipment and device data is collected from scores of data centers, and then that data is anonymized, pooled and analyzed at scale."
DMaaS is touted as
a market disruptor
because of its crowdsourcing method of gathering data from multiple data centers for analysis.
Two early players in the DMaaS market are
Schneider Electric and Eaton
is another DCIM vendor moving into the DMaaS sector, using IBM Watson technology.
is considered lower cost, provides more visibility for IT teams, and is expected to fuel next generation technologies because of its machine learning capabilities, according to Jeff Klaus, General Manager of Intel Data Center Management Solutions.
Klaus also states in another article that
DMaaS is set to outpace
DCIM in 2019.