The need for integrating monitoring systems with various applications and databases for better data accuracy, the need for end-to-end visibility for predicting capacity requirements, imperative requirements to improve data center uptime and energy efficiency, the emergence of next-generation Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) offerings, the data center optimization initiative mandate to address critical infrastructure inefficiencies, and the emergence of next-generation DCIM offerings are some of the factors influencing the adoption of DCIM.
The necessity for end-to-end visibility across infrastructure has emerged as the biggest problem for data center operators as a result of the expanding data center modernization. However, with the introduction of supplemental and new technologies, the data center sector is going through a substantial transformation. As a result, data center, IT, and facility operators are gradually implementing technologies like DCIM to acquire comprehensive insight into crucial data center infrastructure information, such as operations, configuration, and resource consumption. Hence, driving the market growth.
Also, most businesses are gradually dispersing their computing power throughout several contexts, such as physical systems, edge data centers, and cloud servers. According to the 2018 Voice of the Enterprise: Datacenter Transformation, Budgets, and Outlook survey, 57% of respondents agreed to utilize cloud service providers, another 54% owned and operated their data center facilities, and 41% rented space from colocation data center providers. In addition, the popularity of Software as a Service (SaaS) products has increased as a result of the hybrid approach's ongoing acceptance for both agility and 24x7 connection. Hence, providing an opportunity for the market.
dominates the Data Center Infrastructure Management Market. This dominance is owing to the presence of countries such as China, Japan, and India among others in the region. Huge investments in industries like BFSI, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, telecommunications, and IT are being made in China and Japan, which has fueled the development and economic expansion in the .Some of the key players in the Global Data Center Infrastructure Management Market include- ABB (Switzerland), CommScope (US), Cormant (US), Delta Electronics (Taiwan), Device42 (US), Eaton (Ireland), FNT Software (Germany), Graphical Networks (US), GreenField Software (Oman), Huawei (China), Hyperview (Canada), Intel (US), Modius (US), Nlyte Software (US), Optimum Path (US), Panduit (US), Patchmanager (Netherlands), Rackwise (US), RF Code (US), Rittal (Germany), Schneider Electric (France), Siemens (Germany), SolarWinds (US), Sunbird Software (US), UnityOneCloud (US), Vertiv (US) and others.