Overview: Raritan is a global provider of Cat5 KVM, KVM-over-IP, serial-over-IP, power, server and network monitoring and management solutions. Its products are used to control millions of servers at more than 50,000 data centers worldwide.
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A Layered Approach to Securing Remote Maintenance Consoles by Raritan Inc.. January 2008 - Existing techniques for accessing maintenance consoles are inefficient and leave security holes in the network. Learn how, by deploying a secure console server, maintenance consoles can be secured and the availability of the network improved.
A New Dimension in IT Infrastructure Management by Raritan Inc.. January 2008 - This white paper describes how KVM technology can improve system reliability, manageability, and security, resulting in lower TCO and less downtime.
Best Practices When Enabling Smart Card Authentication by Raritan Inc.. January 2008 - When implementing an analog KVM solution, enabling users to employ smart cards for the purpose of accessing servers should not be a daunting task.
Data Center Infrastructure Management: An Introduction by Raritan Inc.. September 16, 2011 - This white paper takes a look at how DCIM products can help you simplify and streamline operations, automate data center asset management, optimize the use of resources, reduce costs and more.
Data Center Transformation by Raritan Inc.. January 2008 - This white paper presented a disciplined approach to BOCA projects consisting of five phases: assess, plan, build, stabilize, and optimize.
E-Book: TechTarget ANZ's guide to slashing power bills by Raritan Inc.. August 20, 2010 - CIOs are under pressure to cut energy costs, but often lack a baseline from which to start their energy management effort. This e-book explores the techniques CIOs can use to measure energy consumption, to help improve data centre operations and the bottom line.
Expert Tips for Preventing a Datacenter Power Crisis and Curbing Energy Usage by Raritan Inc.. December 27, 2010 - In this expert e-guide from SearchDataCenter.com, gain insight into how to monitor data center power growth and curb power demand. Learn key techniques for preventing a power crisis, including consolidating servers and optimizing data center design. And discover data center management tools that can help lower energy usage.
Remote Server Management for Small and Mid-sized Server Rooms and Data by Raritan Inc.. January 2008 - Remote-access KVM is a simple, but powerful idea. It provides a cost-effective way to manage data centers, server rooms and branch offices from wherever the IT resources reside.
The Distributed Enterprise by Raritan Inc.. January 2008 - This paper addresses the added value (in terms of uptime and security) of out-of-band access and control tools for branch offices, and why out-of-band should be considered as a component of branch office networks.
The Role of Remote Management in Assuring IT Infrastructure Uptime by Raritan Inc.. January 2008 - This white paper explores the role of remote management in ensuring IT infrastructure uptime and provides an in-depth explanation of the advantages and disadvantages of in-band tools, the operational advantages of remote management, and more.
The Secure Console: Browser-based, Command Line Interface, or Both? by Raritan Inc.. January 2008 - With pros and cons accompanying each approach, IT decision-makers may face a difficult choice in selecting console architecture. Read this white paper to learn benefits and challenges of each as well as the capabilities that differentiate them.
Understanding Remote Server Management in Small and Medium-size Business by Raritan Inc.. January 2008 - This white paper summarizes the results of a survey on remote server management in small and medium-sized business.