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Overview

Liebert Nform centralized infrastructure monitoring software solution provides data center monitoring of equipment for companies of every size. It provides network management of distributed Liebert equipment with notifications and messaging, with software versions available to meet business needs.​

Whether your data center operations are large, small, remote or centralized, you need visibility, control and planning capabilities to support your business goals. Trellis™ platform is a powerful real-time infrastructure optimization platform that’s versatile enough to adapt to your changing needs. Modular and adaptive, it delivers visibility into critical infrastructure systems across your enterprise to optimize performance and support your evolution toward automation and software-defined management.

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Welcome Italia, Longreach Airport, Amadeus, Evobits, Acantho, Choris, Cineca, Kio Networks
Liebert Nform is ranked 21st in Data Center Infrastructure Management while Trellis is ranked 20th in Data Center Infrastructure Management. Liebert Nform is rated 0.0, while Trellis is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Liebert Nform is most compared with , whereas Trellis is most compared with .

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