Green Works is a comprehensive data center monitoring solution for optimizing power and cooling efficiency. The application can gather information from your ATS, UPS, CRAC/CRAH units, chillers, power panels, rack PDU’s, environmental sensors and any other accessible data center component. The data is then mapped to a 3D floor view of your data center. This visualization allows for an at-a-glance status of room conditions, energy usage and cooling performance. Threshold levels can be established to provide visual and SNMP alerts for both warning and critical levels. Data can be aggregated for real-time PUE and DCiE reporting. It is a scalable solution that is cost effective for small server rooms or multi-location global organizations.
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Proactive Monitoring of Facilities & Devices
Simplify data center monitoring by using a single centralized interface to monitor virtually every device in the facility including power and cooling systems, environmental sensors, servers and other rack mounted IT devices.
Alarming & Notifications
Manage, track and document all unreachable, warning, critical and device trap alarms through configurable notification and escalation rules to enable immediate troubleshooting and resolution of recurring problems.
3D Visualization of Infrastructure
Easily upload floor plan images and utilize the drag-and-drop functionality to easily and accurately place equipment within the floor. Create an accurate 3D image of your data center in minutes.
Real-time Energy Consumption & Efficiency Tracking
Built-in energy efficiency reporting provides a live breakdown of detailed power consumption and cost information including PUE and DCiE metrics for the facility.
Easily track and trend critical data for analysis through configurable trend charts.
Data Center Resources, LLC
78 John Glenn Drive Amherst, New York 14228
Phone (Toll Free) 866-740-2121
Fax (Toll Free) 866-550-1135
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