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INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Prepared by: DIFA SEQUEIRA (9364) JAYESH GHARAT (9220)

Introduction
‡ Infrastructure management (IM) is the management of essential operation components, such as processes, equipment, data, human resources, and external contacts, for overall effectiveness. ‡ Infrastructure management is sometimes divided into categories of system management, network management, and storage management.

Generic Characteristics ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Space Utilization Equipment Management Medical Equipment Management HVAC Management Power & Lighting Management Network Management Maintenance Management Key management .

laboratories. ‡ It the effective use of existing space. . or offices. storage and customer movement are integrated in the best possible form. such as classrooms. services. ‡ It is important that the display.Space Utilization ‡ Provides analytical tools to determine space requirements and measure the viability of existing or proposed alternatives.

‡ Lengthening instrument life . ‡ Application of the identification number to equipments.Equipment Management ‡ Maintaining a high level of performance. ‡ Performance of equipment inventory. . ‡ Equipment tagging. ‡ Reducing interruption of services due to breakdowns and failures . tracking and maintenance.

treatment.Medical Equipment Management ‡ It includes the business processes used in interaction and oversight of the medical equipment involved in the diagnosis. maintenance. and eventual retirement and disposal of medical equipment. and monitoring of patients. acceptance. . ‡ The related policies and procedures govern activities from the selection and acquisition through to the incoming inspection.

chimneys. radiators. ventilators. ‡ Proper HVAC management regulates the flow of the air and regulates microbiological elements that could effect people's health. ‡ The two core components of HVAC management is the regulation of temperature and humidity.HVAC Management ‡ HVAC controls the climate in commercial buildings and other facilities. humidifiers etc. . ‡ HVAC management involves the regulation of heating systems. air conditioners.

Power & Lighting Management .

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Network Management .

Transportation .

‡ Control maintenance inventory (store's management. ‡ Schedule planned preventive maintenance routines. requisition and purchasing . ‡ Assist in maintenance project management.Maintenance Management ‡ To manage and control plant and equipment maintenance in modern manufacturing and service industries.

To avoid the accident. Confidentiality privacy of information Authentication restriction of access Integrity protection from tampering Non-repudiation proof of receipt .Key management ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Access is authorized to particular person To maintain the security level.

‡ Reduces costs by right sizing and right timing your infrastructure resource deployments. ‡ Collects data more accurately and efficiently.Benefits ‡ Improves productivity and availability of business processes. ‡ Reduces complexity. ‡ Quickly determines the root cause of problems. ‡ Aligns business. ‡ Increases productivity by automating manual processes and by preventing problems before they occur. and people. .

Infrastructure management tools fall into six general categories: ‡ Real-time monitoring ‡ Asset management ‡ Identity and Access management ‡ CFD modeling ‡ Connectivity management ‡ Maintenance management .

you can determine what is happening on your system in response to performance issues or problem reports. . ‡ Real time monitoring data includes statistics that represent the current activity on the system that can help determine usage patterns and resource allocation and identify problem areas.Real Time Monitoring ‡ With real-time monitoring.

maintenance. which plays a key role in determining the operational performance and profitability of industries that operate assets as part of their core business. inspection and renewal).Asset management The management of physical assets (their selection. . Asset Management is the art and science of making the right decisions and optimizing these processes.

depreciated value and schedule for replacement. maintenance records. physical sales or even office or call centre work will have physical and non-physical assets.What does asset management do? ‡ Any business involved in manufacturing. is a key task for management. keeping it in working order for as long as possible and replacing it in a well. producing as little disruption as possible. . It can hold details of their service schedules. ‡ Asset management helps with this task by maintaining a record of all the assets you want to monitor. The process of selecting the right equipment for a particular job.organized way. distribution.

Identity and access management Identity management (or ID management. . or simply IDM) is a broad administrative area that deals with identifying individuals in a system and controlling access to the resources in that system by placing restrictions on the established identities of the individuals.

‡ Solutions for engineers investigating the dynamic behavior of liquids and gases in a wide range of industrial applications and physical processes. and anticipate potential hot spots based on mathematical modeling.CFD modeling system (Computational fluid dynamics) ‡ CFD modeling can help compare various cooling approaches. provide a view an airflow model of the computer room. .

‡ This is a valuable source of information for helping to resolve issues that may actually be caused upstream from the device or to prevent issues from occurring downstream from the device. .Connectivity management ‡ With connectivity management tools can track/trace the connectivity path from beginning to end.

. ‡ There are a number of computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) solutions. ‡ IT also provides a number of reports to track costs and system downtime due to maintenance activities. ‡ IT provides the ability to schedule and track preventive maintenance on infrastructure. and keep track of assets and spare parts required for maintenance. create work orders.Maintenance management ‡ Tracking maintenance of critical data center equipment has been largely neglected in the data center arena.

‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Location of plant.Criteria for Infrastructure management. Availability of utilities Process of production Capacity requirement Resources availability Environmental issues Future Plan Technology available Budget available .

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