Pulse buzz: Welcome to Energy & Efficiency @ Pulse 2010!
Karl Helbig 270001N2U6 firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  maximo pulse ibm green-and-beyond sustainability pulse-2010 energy-monitoring tivoli meo energy-management energy-efficiency ibm-energy-management monitoring green-it management energy green-infrastructure green-data-center green 892 Visits
It's Monday and Pulse 2010 is open and people from all over the country and world are still filing in to the MGM Grand hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada for Pulse 2010! Pulse 2010 is the premier service management event and this year's theme is "Optimizing the World's Infrastructure". If you are here, we're glad you are, and you will definitely want to check out the breakout sessions that are planned throughout the week around energy and efficiency. And tonight, you can stop by one of two peds focused on energy and efficiency, namely the Energy Management ped (#51), and the Maximo Asset Management for Energy Optimization ped (#26). Both peds will be staffed tonight from 5PM - 9PM, and we hope you will stop by to learn more about our energy management solutions.
Here's a quick primer on the solutions we'll be showcasing throughout the conference:
IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Energy Management is our core energy management solution. Simply stated, it allows you to monitor and manage energy, and helps you gain insight into energy and thermal information for IT equipment, data center infrastructure and facilities equipment and enable the optimization of the monitored environment from a centralized point of control. Be sure to stop by ped 51 for a closer look.
IBM Maximo Asset Management for Energy Optimization further supports energy and environmental optimization of data center assets with visual mapping. It integrates energy into service management processes, provides information to make better decisions about energy management, and includes mapping capabilities for energy and environmental metrics to identify issues that may effect costs or availability.
And let's not forget the "Ask the Experts" sessions planned Throughout the conference.
Be sure to watch us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/karlhelbig) for updates throughout the conference.