Visual Data Center
Visual Data Center
Visual Data Center is recognized as a leading vendor in the DCIM software space by the research analyst community. Our unified platform is designed to aggregate multiple sources of asset data, reduce data center operational expenses and improve system and application reliability by providing a broad set of features used across multiple roles within the data center environment.
Visual Data Center combines data monitoring and management for facility, IT and security assets to provide a holistic view of the facility and a centralized software solution to manage these groups of assets. With key information collected from each device type and a repository of nearly 20,000 assets in the model library, users can easily track usage, utilization, capacity limits and more for their power, space and cooling concerns.
3D Rendering of Locations
Comprehensive 3D visualization on the entire physical infrastructure. Thousands of high definition 3D graphics allow a virtual fly-through the data center.
Capacity planning and forecasting against critical infrastructure including space, power, cooling and cable connections.
Modeling and Simulation
Model moves, adds and changes prior to deployment. Take the risk out of impacts prior to deployment.
Generate work orders and tickets; assign tasks and track process performance.
Power, Network and Fiber connections can be created between devices to easily detect impact analysis and root cause of failures.
Reports & Dashboards
KPI tracking, trending and predictive analysis.
Advanced power monitoring and dashboard management through the entire power chain from chip-set to the utility; Power Strips, PDU, RPP, UPS, ATS, Generators.
Monitor temperature and humidity from existing sensors and systems to prevent overheating of IT racks.
IP Camera Management
Centralize IP Camera views across multiple locations. Capture motion alarms and correlate physical access control.
Complete inventory of all Data Center Assets including all device properties and software.
Alarm management, end-to-end, of all Mechanical, Electrical, and Power equipment combined with the discovery and monitoring of IT servers, switches, routers, and (VM) virtual machines.