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Software and Services Market Trends, Key Functionalities, Supply- and Demand-Side Market Dynamics, Data Center Energy Efficiency, and Global Market Forecasts
Data centers around the world are increasingly becoming economic hubs for all forms of businesses. This is driving significant growth in the need for data center capacity, and businesses are scrambling to keep pace. As data centers' importance and capacity have grown, so have their costs. One of the largest operational costs of a data center is energy consumption. Businesses are struggling to both understand and contain these costs, while governments and environmental entities are attempting to establish measures and programs to manage the rise in energy use and the effects it will have on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and global warming.Data center infrastructure management (DCIM) software and services have risen to the forefront of this battle and are opening tremendous opportunities for data centers to become more manageable and efficient. DCIM software is enabling deep visibility into all aspects of a data center's operations – from facilities operations to IT management. The software is also bridging the silos of responsibility between facilities and IT personnel that have long existed in a data center. Meanwhile, many of the market hurdles (such as risk aversion by clients and awareness of DCIM capabilities) have dissipated, opening significant opportunities for DCIM vendors and data centers in the coming years. Navigant Research forecasts that global DCIM spending will grow from $663.2 million in 2013 to more than $4.5 billion in 2020.This Navigant Research report analyzes the global DCIM market. The study assesses current market trends and dynamics, the key functionalities of DCIM solutions, and how these systems and services benefit data centers around the world. Global market forecasts of DCIM spending and market share, broken out by region and market segment, extend through 2020. The report also features profiles of key industry players and a discussion of regional drivers and hurdles.
Key Questions Addressed:
What is data center infrastructure management (DCIM) and how does it help a data center become more efficient?What are the key benefits of a DCIM system?Who are the leading players in the DCIM market?How does a DCIM system increase productivity within a data center?What does a DCIM system monitor and measure within a data center?How fast will the DCIM market grow in the next 7 years?What are some of the pitfalls that DCIM customers should consider?What market trends will influence the DCIM market in the coming years?
Who needs this report?
Data center owners and operatorsData center hardware vendorsDCIM software vendorsNetworking providersIndustry associationsGovernment agencies and regulatorsInvestor community1. Executive Summary1.1 Data Center Energy and Infrastructure Management Introduction1.2 Benefits of DCIM1.3 DCIM Market Dynamics1.4 DCIM Market Size2. Market Issues2.1 Changing Priorities in Data Center Infrastructure Management2.2 Global Growth of Data Centers2.3 Data Center Energy Consumption2.4 Data Center Energy Consumption and Carbon Emission Estimates2.5 DCIM2.5.1 Data Center Energy Management and DCIM2.5.2 DCIM Objectives: Balancing Risk and Reward2.6 The Vendor Landscape2.6.1 End-to-End Data Center Product and Service Providers2.6.2 Large IT Companies2.6.3 DCIM Software Developers2.6.4 DCIM Service Providers2.7 Market Drivers2.7.1 Better Understanding of Data Center Operations2.7.2 Data Center IT Performance2.7.3 Cost Control2.7.4 Energy Savings2.7.5 Corporate Sustainability Initiatives22.214.171.124 Data Center Sustainability2.8 Market Hurdles2.8.1 Risk Aversion2.8.2 Conflict between IT and Facilities: Finding a Common Language2.8.3 Lack of Understanding of DCIM Solutions, Benefits, and Risks2.8.4 Financial Considerations: Who Owns the Invoice?2.9 Market Trends and Dynamics2.9.1 DCIM Market Overview: Acceptance of Best Practices2.9.2 Market Adoption Is Slow2.9.3 Data Center Commissioning Is Lacking2.9.4 Redundancy Is Expensive2.9.5 The Holistic View2.9.6 The Interoperability Requirement126.96.36.199 Real-Time Monitoring2.10 Regional Trends2.10.1 The Americas2.10.2 Europe2.10.3 Asia Pacific2.10.4 Other Regions3. Technology Issues3.1 DCIM Technology Introduction3.2 DCIM Overview3.2.1 Power Monitoring and Management188.8.131.52 Power Monitoring and Management Points184.108.40.206 Additional Power Monitoring Software Features3.2.2 Environmental Monitoring and Management220.127.116.11 Complexities of the Data Center Environment3.2.3 Planning and Operations Management18.104.22.168 Key Features of Planning and Operations Functions3.2.4 DCIM Services3.2.5 DCIM Effects on Data Center Energy Consumption3.2.6 DCIM Ancillary Benefits4. Data Center Metrics, Regulations, and Programs4.1 Metrics4.1.1 PUE and Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency4.1.2 Measuring Data Center Productivity4.1.3 Carbon Usage Effectiveness and Water Usage Effectiveness4.2 The Role of Standards in the Data Center4.2.1 ASHRAE4.2.2 U.S. DOE's Data Center Program4.2.3 ENERGY STAR Rating for Data Centers4.2.4 EU Code of Conduct on Data Centres Energy Efficiency4.2.5 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers4.2.6 The U.K. CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme4.2.7 U.S. Green Building Council – LEED5. Key Industry Players5.1 Key Industry Players Introduction5.1.1 1E5.1.2 CA Technologies5.1.3 Cormant5.1.4 Ecova5.1.5 Emerson Network Power5.1.6 EvoSwitch5.1.7 FieldView Solutions5.1.8 Future Facilities5.1.9 The GreenGrid5.1.10 Green House Data5.1.11 GridPoint5.1.12 iTRACS5.1.13 Modius5.1.14 NetApp5.1.15 Power Assure5.1.16 Raritan5.1.17 Schneider Electric5.1.18 TSO Logic5.1.19 Verne Global5.1.20 Vigilent6. Market Forecasts6.1 Market Forecast Introduction6.2 DCIM Global Spending6.3 DCIM Spending by Region6.4 DCIM Market Share by Region6.5 DCIM Spending by Market Segment6.5.1 North America6.5.2 Europe6.5.3 Asia Pacific6.6 Conclusions and Recommendations6.6.1 Conclusions6.6.2 Recommendations for DCIM Customers and Users6.6.3 Recommendations for DCIM Vendors7. Company Directory8. Acronym and Abbreviation List9. Table of Contents10. Table of Charts and Figures11. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes
List of Charts and Figures
DCIM Spending, World Markets: 2013-2020Data Center Traffic Growth, World Markets: 2011-2016Data Center GHG Emissions, Current Trends vs. Best Practices, World Markets: 2011-2016DCIM Spending by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020DCIM Market Share by Region, World Markets: 2013 and 2020DCIM Spending by Market Segment, World Markets: 2013-2020DCIM Spending by Market Segment, North America: 2013-2020DCIM Spending by Market Segment, Europe: 2013-2020DCIM Spending by Market Segment, Asia Pacific: 2013-2020Components of a Data Center and DCIM SystemThe DCIM Links Among IT, Facilities Management, and the EnterpriseEvolution of the Energy Efficient Data CenterData Center Energy Savings OpportunitiesAdvancement of the DCIM Market and TechnologyExample Vendor Dashboard VisualizationThree-Dimensional Modeling of a Data Center
List of Tables
Power Monitoring and Management Functions of a DCIM SystemEnvironmental Management Functions of a DCIM SystemPlanning and Operations Management Functions of a DCIM SystemServices Functions of a DCIM ImplementationDCIM Effects on Data Center Energy ConsumptionAncillary Benefits of a DCIM ImplementationDCIM Spending, World Markets: 2013-2020DCIM Spending by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020DCIM Market Share by Region, World Markets: 2013 and 2020DCIM Spending by Market Segment, World Markets: 2013-2020DCIM Spending by Market Segment, North America: 2013-2020DCIM Spending by Market Segment, Europe: 2013-2020DCIM Spending by Market Segment, Asia Pacific: 2013-2020DCIM Spending by Market Segment, Latin America: 2013-2020DCIM Spending by Market Segment, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2020
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