EnLogic DCEnable DCIM software is designed to monitor Enlogic PDUs and provide real-time monitoring and control. The software provides intelligent and timely information that can help organisations to achieve greater business availability, server usage and energy efficiency.
- Easy tree structure to help visualize asset location and tracking.
- Real time visibility at the rack/cabinet and device level for energy consumption and power availability.
- Analytical reports to optimize performance and change management.
- Sensors provide early warning signals that can be easily tracked and actioned.
- Safely allow infrastructure devices to operate at higher temperature levels.
- Web-based, interactive user GUI includes tabular layout for easy setup, configuration, and management.
- Dashboard with individual user configurable widgets allows each user to display the information more important to their role.
- Consolidated threat management including alarm warnings with hierarchy structure for easy drill-down to investigate potential problems.
- User-defined graphs can include any measured data and information configurations.
- Auto-discover devices.
- Consolidate power, energy, and environmental data.
- Associate data & information with physical hierarchy and user characteristics.
- Easily associate energy data to physical power train hierarchy: IT device (server, switch), outlet(s)/PDU – rack, aisle, row, room, power source (UPS), datacentre.
- Associate information streams to specific end users, customers, or other desired information groups.
- Group multiple power sources per device for dual power source device reporting (total load/energy per IT device, rack, UPS) and easy power control.
- Bulk setup, configuration, and upgrades.
- Allocate actual energy to end users or customers.
- Establish baseline performance and enable efficiency metrics (PUE, performance/watt).
- Device level reporting for capacity planning, performance metrics and upgrade analysis.
- Rack level reporting for load balancing, capacity and change management.
- Power source reporting (UPS loading) for load balancing, capacity management and threat analysis.
- Monitor and confirm SLAs, access controls and physical threats.
- Identify hot spots, balance cooling loads and reduce variability for lower risk and higher efficiency.
Pricing is per PDU monitored and maintained.