Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM)



Energy Management

Energy Management Energy consumption classifications are given using the actual device deployment of the data center in real time with historical PUE records to assist the IT manager to analyze and understand the power usage effectiveness of the data center. Customized power consumption management and electricity cost analysis are also available to help you save energy.

Power Management

Power Management The status of all electrical equipment used for power – including uninterruptible power supply (UPS), power distribution cabinets (PDC), power distribution units (PDU), and power meters – can be monitored by InfraSutie Manager. The system is also able to handle capacity management, power quality monitoring, power paths, rack current, and server power consumption analysis.

Cooling System Management

Cooling System Management The system displays the current status of cooling equipment – including the precision cooling, the chiller, and the cooling tower – together with temperature data and water-leakage alerts. The layout for the data center facility’s heat-exchange is displayed in an easy-tounderstand fashion by the rack power consumption and cooling capacity data.

Environment Management

Environment Management Various environmental parameters, including temperature, humidity, water leakage, smoke detection, door contact and more, are collected by the Delta EnviroProbe(EMS1000) and EnviroStation(EMS2000).

Security Management

Security Management By combining the camera function, datacenter managers can observe the environment status in the real world remotely. The camera function includes full time recording, event-trigger recording, play back and image/ video back-up. Multiple door access control readers, controllers and user accounts can be integrated to provide the most correct information of in and out times of users.

Asset Management

Asset Management. The asset management module displays the correct installation position of servers and network equipment, and also provides capacity analysis, failure analysis, power paths, network topology, asset searching, and event management advice.

Server and Network Equipment Monitoring and Management

Net / Server Management This function covers the server and network equipment monitoring, OS shutdown protection and server power capping. To look into the server chassis environment, InfraSuite Manager can communicate with the server BMC to retrieve the power information, PCB thermal sensors, fan speed. In addition, the OOB server power control is also available. InfraSuite Manager integrates with Intel DCM to limit the maximum power consumption of servers. This feature can be used to reduce the heat generated by the servers during emergency to continue the business services.

Software KVMThis functional module needs not to install a KVM hardware and reduces the cabling complexity. Integrating with the Intel Virtual Gateway, it communicates with the server BMC through IPMI. It cooperates with the asset management module to identify the server position and open the KVM interface at your fingertips.