Power manager software

The Visual Power Manager software is a platform that is designed to provide data center and information technology (IT) professionals with the tools to monitor and manage rack power distribution units (PDUs) in their infrastructure.

12/16/2016


The Visual Power Manager software is a platform that is designed to provide data center and information technology (IT) professionals with the tools to monitor and manage rack power distribution units (PDUs) in their infrastructure. Courtesy: EatonThe Visual Power Manager software is a platform that is designed to provide data center and information technology (IT) professionals with the tools to monitor and manage rack power distribution units (PDUs). A key benefit of the software is the visual tools for day-to-day monitoring. The software is designed with rack and floor layout building tools to deliver a complete visual display of the data center's power infrastructure. Operators can quickly identify alarms and locate affected equipment, group rows and areas for customized reporting, and deploy new equipment. The user-friendly setup streamlines the deployment process by allowing the power manager to auto-discover PDUs and be used to initiate mass firmware and configuration commands. Robust capabilities and real-time monitoring help keep continuous power supplied to critical equipment. The visual manager helps avoid crashes due to overloading PDUs while instilling system confidence with failover and capacity simulations.

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