Efficient data centre troubleshooting is essential to operational continuity and can be critical to upholding Service Level Agreements. Carefully checking each cable takes too much time, and carelessly unplugging the wrong cable can take webshops, apps or transactional sites offline. Brady Corporation offers labels that are designed to reliably identify any data centre cable, server, component and rack – taking the guesswork out of troubleshooting.
Trying to determine which cable to unplug and replace or reconnect can be a daunting task in data centres. It is like finding a specific needle in a stack of needles: a challenge that is time-devouring and nerve-racking, especially when high-level applications are down and agreed service levels are threatened. Imagine if someone were to unplug the wrong cable and more servers go down! To avoid all this, Brady offers reliable identification solutions that enable data centre technicians to quickly retrieve the cable they need.
Label it once
Brady's reliable labels with adhesives for curved and flat surfaces stay attached to every cable and component. As a result, identification is in place when fast troubleshooting is necessary to avoid downtime. Label sizes and shapes are available to identify any rack, server, component, STP, UTP and COAX cables, and Brady also offers a flag-shaped label designed for minimum contact on fibre-optic cable with maximum space available for identification data.
Easy to design and print
The Brady Workstation app platform offers an array of label design capabilities that cover almost every data centre identification need. Cable, component and rack labels, and even facility signs and identification can be designed in a few steps. Designs can easily be sent to a Brady label printer for on-site printing so the new label can be applied immediately.
Support your data centre SLA with reliable cable identification. A full guide plus samples and demonstrations are available from Brady South Africa.
For more information contact: Brady South Africa on + 27 (0)11 704 3295, 08000 BRADY (27239), or firstname.lastname@example.org.