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Over the previous decade, new advances in IT technologies have placed new and additional pressures on the traditional methods of facilities planning and management. Demands driven by economic and market conditions, as well as new initiatives that are energy efficient or “green,” have necessitated building and IT management tool adoption. However, with the advent of technologies such as virtualization and the move to high density or cloud computing strategies, new challenges emerged, broadening the “information gap” between logical and physical infrastructures and masking critical interdependencies.
What is even more concerning is not change itself, but the rapid rate of change faced by today’s data center managers. It comes from all directions: business, economic, technological, and compliance related. The one constant is change.