RackN Automation Improves Speed and Agility by Reducing Cost and Risk

Today, we released our second white paper, The New Economics for Data Center Infrastructure: RackN Automation Improves Speed and Agility by Reducing Cost and Risk. This blog highlights that white paper and provides links for additional information.

Executive Summary

RackN’s mission is to fix the current lack of fast, simple and standard ways to manage fundamental data center infrastructure activities. These include updating server firmware, operating systems and integrating provisioning into application life-cycles. RackN on-premises software integrates easily with existing processes while providing a clear path from home-grown scripting to common best-practices. RackN customers achieve a 10x performance improvement by automating provisioning and orchestration. Like any building activity, a solid foundation makes the entire stack more robust and secure.


We believe that scale commodity and edge infrastructure can be fully automated without creating a matching dedicated support staff.

At RackN, our mission is to redefine physical infrastructure automation to make it highly repeatable and widely consumable in the same way that cloud has changed infrastructure.

Simplicity of use, more than any other benefit, is the key operational requirement to achieve our mission. Data centers are necessarily complex, evolving and heterogeneous; consequently, the foundation of all efforts must be simple, fast and flexible. These benefits translate directly into open and reusable best practices because operators can easily understand and share automation. Finding this balance represents a significant engineering investment by the RackN team.

Read the Complete White Paper:  LINK

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