TrackData

Avoid incidents in your infrastructure

 

30%
for saving in operational costs
17.224 usd/min
The average cost of a data center outage is $100."
Only 15%
of companies have an adequate business continuity management system

       That's how it works 

 
 

Great advantages

Improves alarms

 

A controlled and rationalized alarm system prevents information overload, allowing the operations team to respond only to relevant alarms. By eliminating unnecessary or redundant alarms, operational costs are reduced, and operator time is optimized.

Unifies infrastructure monitoring

A centralized control of alarms facilitates comprehensive monitoring of the data center infrastructure, allowing for faster and more effective problem identification. This enables the detection of trends or patterns that could indicate a larger issue

Properly informs the operator in the NOC

With a well-managed alarm system, Network Operations Center (NOC) personnel can focus on critical alarms, avoiding the 'forward' effect where low-priority alerts are unnecessarily escalated. This allows NOC staff to respond more accurately and promptly to incidentss.

Complies with regulations and certifications

Having alarm and continuity control helps comply with sector regulations and certifications, such as ISO or Uptime Institute. This ensures that the data center follows globally recognized best practices and standards, providing greater peace of mind to customers and shareholders.

Establishes preventive measures and analyzes incidents in outages

The storage of historical records in the system allows for detailed post-mortem analysis. This information is invaluable for determining the root cause and establishing preventive measures to avoid future issues. Post-mortem studies also help refine procedures and processes, improving the overall resilience of the data center.

Where is it applied?


Datacenter
At Bjumper, we dedicate time to ensure that the definition of alarms and thresholds in the Data Centers is perfect. This way, staff will easily identify device alarms, thresholds designed for each specific customer or device, and how to react in case of an inciden.

Edge Computing
More and more computing centers are being established outside of the main Data Centers. It's challenging for these data centers to have qualified personnel. For this reason, alarm control in these centers is vital for service continuity 


Industry in general
The industrial sector needs technology to innovate and increase its competitiveness. Alarm management is part of this technology that drives industry in all its processes.


 FAQs

Our application is independent of the design of critical infrastructure. (SNMP, ModBUS, BACnet, Other?) We will integrate any device connected to a TCP-IP network and that has a known register map. We standardize alarms based on criteria derived from our over 10 years of experience in Data Centers and market best practices.

Not at all. We install a complete application and present detailed results of the thresholds defined according to the infrastructure's needs, applying the ISA 18.2 Alarm Management Standard 

Surely, our continuity management philosophy will help you. Our main goal is to avoid the event = alarm effect. It seems very simple (and it is), but defining alarms in advance significantly reduces the number of alert notifications.

Yes :) It's one of our specialties, in fact. Monitoring and alarm management is our field. We don't rely solely on the alarms provided by the devices themselves; instead, we create our own thresholds, which generates a philosophy of alarms suitable for the benefit of the business

Data Center Pyramid

Identify the maturity level of your Data Center. Check where you are and how far you can go. Our products will guide you on the path to automating your Data Center

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 Our support

We understand that this is a process of continuous improvement, and that's why we won't leave when the project ends.

We will be involved in monitoring your facilities infrastructure as much as you want. We have several standardized support levels, and you choose..

Polls

Managing your data center shares many common points with other professionals in the sector.

Sharing experiences makes us feel more understood. That's why we show you polls we conducted with our community on how to optimize the facilities layer.

For us, they are very useful for generating new applications that can help you. Are you interested in exploring them

Status of air conditioning management in the Data Center

Can I reduce energy consumption while guaranteeing service? This is the big challenge; we must have a high amount of information available in real-time and the ability to anticipate risk situations. Discover the opinions of experts in the field.

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Data Center cooling automation

It's a challenge for companies to improve Data Center efficiency. The energy costs of climate control directly impact the profitability and sustainability of the business. We provide you with a report collecting the assessment of industry leaders 

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