Data center management software

Schneider Electric’s StruxureWare for data centers is a second-generation, vendor-neutral management software suite that enables an integrated view of the physical systems of the data center to provide data gathering, monitoring and automation, and planning and implementation functionalities.

09/13/2012


StruxureWareSchneider Electric’s StruxureWare for data centers is a second-generation, vendor-neutral management software suite that enables an integrated view of the physical systems of the data center to provide data gathering, monitoring and automation, and planning and implementation functionalities. From a single point of access, it provides intelligent monitoring, automation, planning, and reporting on critical facility management systems. This software consists of seven applications that provide users with multiple options to create and share management dashboards, from detailed reports on single assets to broader perspectives for global operations. The dashboards offer multisite options to support comparisons and corporate energy governance activities.

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