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United States : MODIUS wins patent related to data collection across distributed environments.

San Francisco-based Data Center Infrastructure Management software firm, Modius, has won a patent related to data collection across distributed environments.

The patent covers Modius' OpenData Collector, a scalable software part that actively gathers unorganized performance data from serial and network-connected devices, normalizes the information, optionally integrates it with other metrics and moves it to a centralized database for additional analysis.

The patent spans the technology and architecture OpenData makes use of for collecting and normalizing data from data centers, IT assets and backing applications across a distributed environment.

DCIM providers are planning to provide real-time collection of data for data center monitoring across distributed infrastructures.

The patent addresses the San Francisco-based company's way of doing this.

CEO of Modius, Craig Compiano, said : "We believe that real-time data collection is the foundation of every successful DCIM implementation. Building a high-speed, highly scalable, open data collection architecture was our design goal for OpenData, and we are extremely pleased to now have a patent for this work."

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Publication:Mena Report
Date:Jul 11, 2014
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