Data Center Infrastructure Management
Assist system operation management and reduce your operations workload
Reduce your operations monitoring workload
Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) eases the management of your system operations. From our customer portal, you can monitor system operation status and manage your equipment and wiring seamlessly. By visualizing the real-time status of server room temperature and humidity, equipment status, power usage, and air-conditioning workload, you can experience the flexible and efficient operations and use this information for future expansion plans. In case of any trouble, customers and data center staff monitor the same screen and can solve the problem rapidly and smoothly.
DCIM system features
Measuring the power rate by breaker unit, you can check the current power value by racks. We set reference temperature and humidity points, installing dedicated sensors for customers' space.
*Heat map is an optional service.
Server room monitoring and alarm system
Customers can set their own threshold levels, with different levels of settings to indicate the warning level and critical level for both high and low degrees. The alarm will be displayed on the portal screen in real-time when levels exceed set thresholds. Customers can also get an alarm notice by email.
The collected data will be stored in the DCIM database. The data will be saved by the average levels every 15 minutes for up to 60 days. Customers can also export the data in daily, weekly, or monthly reports in their choice of file formats.
- 2D floor layout
The server room floor layout is available in 2D view. You can confirm your racks and equipment location. In addition, your equipment is sorted out in different colors which let you see the status easily.
- 3D floor layout
3D view of the server room is also available. You can confirm the position of your equipment within the rack.
Rack ICT equipment management
Drag and drop the ICT equipment icon and make your own equipment mounting layout. You can also manage the cabling of equipment and power cables.