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Zebian ... ‘demand for better and faster IT services
boosting data center market’

Mideast data centre market set to top $390m

DUBAI, April 28, 2015

The value of the data center infrastructure management (DCIM) sector in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region is expected to reach $397.1 million in 2017 – up from $41.6 million in 2012 - at a compound annual growth rate of 57 per cent, a report said.

“The increase in the number of data centres in the Mena region is boosted by the internal and external customers’ demand for better and faster IT services to be easily accessible from anywhere at any time,” said Diyaa Zebian, regional director at software leader CA Technologies Mena, commenting on the report released by MicroMarketMonitor.

“It is also driven by enterprises seeking to save costs and consolidate their data, in addition to the growing demand for private cloud.

“With the growth of data centres, more and more customers are adopting DCIM solutions - a centralised solution for monitoring power, cooling and environmental factors across data center facilities and IT systems as well as managing the use of space and lifecycle of assets which make up the data center infrastructure – to improve IT services and reduce downtime.

“In the meantime, customers also want to leverage the solution to maximize value of their data centre investment, while keeping operational expenses in check,” Zebian added.

The CA Data Center Infrastructure Management (CA DCIM) solution helps customers prevent downtime with continuous monitoring, intelligent alerting and visibility into data center and IT infrastructure, Zebian said.

Customers can visualise and manage space and capacity so that they can better plan and optimize their data centre operations, he added. – TradeArabia News Service

Tags: Data center | CA Technologies | Infrastructure management | DCIM |

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