IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - February 2010 - (Page 14)

Trends Industry signals to keep you in the know Greening Data Centers Just Got Easier Active Energy Manager 4.2 integrates IT and infrastructure By Jeff Van Heuklon centers become more efficient. As I stated in my ar t icle “ Tu r n i ng Green Just G ot Easier ” (w w w. i bm s y stem /a i x /febr ua r y ma rc h0 9 /t rend s / 24265p1.aspx), IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager* (AEM) users are saving significantly on energy costs. A new release of the product, version 4.2, meets the need for new capabilities. This includes running on the new IBM Systems Director 6.1.2. This version expands what equipment AEM can monitor, exploits the data coming from this new equipment to improve data-center efficiency and reliability, and makes it even easier to use. AEM 4.2 pulls together all of the energy-related information you need to understand how the power and s the green revolution continues to grow, demand increases for new capabilities in IT-management products that help data FEBRUARY 2010 ILLUSTRATION BY KEN EDMONDSON

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - February 2010

IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - February 2010
Editor's Desk: A New Technology Party
Dashboard: Smarter Healthcare's The Cat's Meow
Trends: Active Energy Manager 4.2 Integrates IT and Infrastructure
Insider: Recent Survey Explores the State of Power Systems Resilience
Case Study: Bunzl Distribution USA Assembles Success with Power Systems and SAN
Cover Story: Power Your Planet with the Latest Technology and Four New Servers
Feature: Five Business Problems Solved By Power Systems Server Consolidation
Open Source: Lotus and Zend Boast Active Open-Source Communities
Next: How the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Uses Data-Center Heat to Cut Energy Costs
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IBM Perspective: Wisely Using Performance Benchmarks

IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - February 2010